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Forget My Name

Narrated by: Olivia Mace
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She arrived into Heathrow after a difficult week at work. Her bag had been stolen. Her whole life was in there - passport, wallet, house key. When she tried to report the theft, she couldn't remember her own name. All she knew was her own address. 

Now she is at the door of Tony and Laura, a young couple living in Wiltshire. She says she lives in their home. They say they have never met her before. One of them is lying. But which one?

©2018 J. S. Monroe (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • Rochelle Edwards
  • 05-02-2019

A Very Clever Gripping Thriller

I wasn’t sure about the first half of this book, I was tempted to delete it. I was confused at exactly where the story was heading and thought the author was going off on unnecessary tangents ........ how wrong I was. As the story progressed everything very cleverly came together in a gripping conclusion.

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  • taurusgb
  • 08-02-2019

Cannot reccommend

If I hadn't bought this book with a credit I have from another awful book I returned, I would have returned this one. Way too far fetched, with so many coincidences I got blase whenever another one happened. Oh and if I never hear the word Hyppocampus again I will be very well pleased, because the amount of times it was used in one of the chapters was ridiculous.

As for the narration - it sounded like bullets fired from a gun rather than words spoken to entertain.