'This explosive debut reels you in from the first page and never lets up. Sinister, unsettling and gripping.' The Sun
A heart-stopping, gripping thriller for fans of C. L. Taylor, Karin Slaughter and Linwood Barclay
On the tenth anniversary of her daughter Autumn's abduction, Francine receives an anonymous note containing just five words: I KNOW WHERE SHE IS
When a young woman approaches her the next day claiming to have sent the letter Francine wants to dismiss it as a cruel, twisted joke.
But the stranger knows things that only Autumn would know.
It soon becomes clear that Francine must go to dark places in order to learn the truth about her child’s kidnapping.
She will discover that danger comes from unexpected sources. She will do things she never imagined herself capable of.
But will Francine get her daughter back – or is it too late?
Praise for I Know Where She Is
'This explosive debut reels you in from the first page and never lets up. Sinister, unsettling and gripping.The Sun 'Ebook of the Week'
‘A clever, fast paced and gripping thriller, brought to life by a truly outstanding lead character.’ The Chestnut Reading Tree
‘An excellent roller coaster of emotions with some great twists and turns. Five stars!’ Stardust Book Reviews
‘A fast paced, dark, gritty thriller, that will hook you from the first page.’ Whispering Stories
‘A thriller of the highest order.’ The Writing Greyhound
‘Fantastic story full of unexpected twists and turns.’ Turn The Page
‘This book is dark, and delicious. I loved it.’ Rachel Dove
‘A compulsive read... plot twists that leave you breathless.’ Reader review
‘Had me hooked from the first page and I didn't want to put it down.’ Reader review
‘Gripping and twisty throughout, kept me gripped from the word go. An absolute must read! Definitely one of the best books of it's genre that I have read this year.’ Reader review
‘This novel's starts with a bang and doesn't let up from there. It is a hard-hitting, fast-paced novel, that will have you guessing what is going to happen next.’ Reader review
‘One of the most gripping books that I have read in a long time.’ Reader review
‘I decided to start this last night and finally finished at 3am! I could not put it down.’ Goodreads reviewer
‘Fantastic read could not put this down :) Would recommend’ 4* Reader review
It was too slow. A sequel would be great!
This will take some getting used too, to be able to read. The topic of child sex slaves is very real. A mother who never gave up on her daughter, and young girl forced to grow up and who has lost all her innocence are the main characters, in this story. But, there is so much more. Vigilante? No a mother fighting for 10 years to find her. A child escaped from hell, starts Francine on a new path. A network of sick, disgusting men and women who deserve everything they get.I really hope here will be a follow up lot this story.
For a debut novel it was lacking. It had the potential to be great with the opening scenes. That letter could have taken this story into mind gripping areas. Instead, the delivery of details were overdone thus crowding the story with nonsense. Skimming the minute details helped reduce the time.
Francine’s character was an unstable character who ventured into investigative work after ten years of doing nothing. She was sloppy and an amateur in her methods.
Sectioned into three parts this author spent part one going over the little crumbs of hope Lena offered Francine. Part two provided details in regards to the living standards and life of the characters. Part three was ludicrous with Francine’s attempts to find her daughter.
Slow progressing story with an amateur investigator seeking clues. This story was choppy. It didn’t flow well for me.
The subject matter is alarming and dark, yet the characters didn’t behave or react in a way that truly illustrated the tragic circumstances. Instead the author focused on finding the abducted girl while leaving out the emotional turmoil. It was too cut and dry and very implausible. This is a serious topic that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The way these characters behaved so nonchalantly was frightening. They spoke about abuse and death like it was no big deal. These characters acquiesced to the lifestyle with no resistance. It was disturbing and unfathomable.
The entire clan of characters were imbeciles. This story lacked research. In order to tackle a subject matter this dark and traumatic an author should at least provide the necessary information to convince the reader that she knows what she’s writing about.
I had to laugh at the audacity of Francine’s character throwing threatening words around like they wielded power.
This was compared to a Karin Slaughter book. Absolutely not. This reads nothing like her books. The writing is nothing in comparison to Karin’s.