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The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe @JSThrillers @parkrowbooks @HarperCollinsCa

The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe is now available!

Lindsay’s review

A spine-tingling suspenseful story!

A woman shows up on the doorstep of a young couple home in a small Wiltshire village.  The couple answers their door to find this strange woman who doesn’t know her own name or why she is on their porch, only that she just got off a flight and has lost her luggage, passport and personal belongings.  Not knowing her identity or anything about her past, the strange woman is drawn to the town and tries to piece her life together. She must rely on the kindness of the locals to try to find answers to her puzzling situation.  

This book had me hooked from the first page.   I felt as though I was caught in an eerie fog of mystery along with the main character throughout her journey.   The author, J.S. Monroe, does an excellent job building a dark and foreboding atmosphere which gave me a chilling feeling and kept me curious throughout.  The chapters switch perspectives between several characters adding deeper layers of intrigue. Each chapter ends with a cliffhanger which left me eager to continue on to find out how things would conclude.

I enjoyed the storyline, however, there were a few situations that seemed far-fetched.   I am usually turned off by any sort of unrealistic plot points, however, I was able to overlook them and simply enjoy the journey.   The writing was excellent which had me flying through the pages and kept me fully engrossed within the plot.

Thank you to HarperCollins for sending me a physical copy to read and review!

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