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Publisher Description

It's been eight years since Geniver Loxley lost her daughter, Beth.Since that day, Gen has been floundering. While her husband Art builds his business reputation and their fortune, she can't let go of Beth.

And then one day, everything changes. A strange woman shows up on Gen's doorstep, saying the very thing she longs to hear: that Beth is alive. That she is out there somewhere, waiting for Gen to find her . . .

It's insane. Unthinkable. But why would someone make up such a story? Ignoring the warnings of her husband and friends, Gen begins to hope - hope that quickly turns into fear and paranoia.

With questions swirling around her head, Gen is determined to uncover the truth. But who can she trust? Why is Art so reluctant to get involved? To save his wife from further hurt? Or something much more sinister? Is Beth even really out there? And, if so, who is responsible for taking her?

'Close My Eyes starts with a parent's worst nightmare and builds from there, twists and twists again, finally delivering a final punch that will leave you gasping.' - Joseph Finder,New York Times bestselling author

*This eBook now contains a sneak peek of Sophie McKenzie's gripping psychological thriller, Trust in Me, also available in paperback and eBook*

Crime & Thrillers
May 9
Simon & Schuster UK

Customer Reviews

Littlemissmelvi ,


I think this book is freaking amazing! I love the style of the story&writting, the excitement and most of all the urge I had to just pick this book up and never stop reading! This book picked me up when I was feeling down, letting me live my life in a fictional world. I love it!!!! I totally recommend this to everyone who is interested in a great thriller book! It's an amazing story and I just love Sophie Mckenzie! She's my idol!


Gameofgowf ,

Terror on a knife edge

Excellent story line with the twists and turns keeping you hooked. As you progress another facet is revealed that open up another avenue of the story line

kittylou4 ,

What a disappointment!

What promised to be a good book turned into something so farcical two thirds in it was comedic!

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