From the New York Times and international bestselling author of Sometimes I Lie comes a brand new, highly anticipated, dark and twisted thriller: I Know Who You Are.
Meet Aimee Sinclair: the actress everyone thinks they know but can’t remember where from.
Except one person.
Someone knows Aimee very well.
They know who she is and they know what she did.
When Aimee comes home and discovers her husband is missing, she doesn’t seem to know what to do or how to act. The police think she’s hiding something and they’re right, she is—but perhaps not what they thought. Aimee has a secret she’s never shared, and yet, she suspects that someone knows. As she struggles to keep her career and sanity intact, her past comes back to haunt her in ways more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.
In I Know Who You Are, Alice Feeney proves that she is a master of brilliantly complicated plots and killer twists that will keep you guessing until the final page.
For most folks, being suspected in the disappearance of their spouse would be about as bad as it gets, but not for London actress Aimee Sinclair, the narrator of bestseller Feeney's shock-filled second thriller (after 2018's Sometimes I Lie). Aimee's past is much darker than the disturbing film with a famous director for which she desperately wants to audition and her future seems to be barreling full tilt toward the stuff of nightmares. For starters, Aimee's husband of two years, journalist Ben Bailey, vanishes from their Notting Hill town house the day after they have a fight and she asks him for a divorce. The balance of their joint bank account also disappears, and there's security footage of a woman who could be her doppelg nger making the withdrawal. Feeney displays her linguistic flair in the chapters devoted to her heroine's harrowing early years, but this affecting backstory seems part of a different, better novel than the present-day story with its cardboard characters on a plot-powered roller coaster. The action speeds toward a finale that's about as subtle as an ax. Fans of over-the-top psychological thrillers will be satisfied.
not as good as Rock Paper Scissors
interesting read but many things didn’t make sense. Many many things. Ending
left me with too many questions
What the What?!
Alice Feeney knocked it out of the park with her second heart racing thriller! So many twists & turns that left me begging for more. I could NOT put it down! Well worth the wait and Bravo, Ms. Feeney! Bravo!
I'm amazed that even in reviews, nobody talks about the fact that this poor woman was kidnapped and abused. Why did she never mention to police that she was a kidnap victim, back when she was taken
Into care??? And from another country??? Sickening ending. No mention anywhere anytime of mental health care for her.