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Who I Am

Narrated by: Sarah Barron
Length: 12 hrs and 7 mins
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Publisher's Summary

I know everything about you. And you know everything about me...except WHO I AM.

Andi met Camilla at university. Instantly best friends, they shared everything together...until their long-planned graduation celebration ended in tragedy. Years later, Andi is living a seemingly perfect life on the rugged Cornish coast with her loving husband, happy children and dream home. Yet Andi is haunted by a secret she thought only she knew. Someone out there is bringing Andi's deepest fears to life. And she knows there's no escaping the past....

You trusted me with your secrets, you told me everything, you thought I was your best friend...but you have no idea WHO I AM.

Gripping and packed with twists and turns from the first sentence to the very last, this stunning psychological thriller will make you question whether we can ever really trust the ones we love.

©2018 Sarah Simpson (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • ashley
  • 16-04-2019

Really? No interest in ...

A protagonist who pokes fun of overweight ppl, drinks skinny lattes and judges everyone who doesn't. I can't get over that is ok to be predudice against old ppl, unattractive ppl , poor ppl. Sick to death of these shallow authors who don't have a clue how most of the world lives.
I. Returned it I can't take one more jogging, spa going, shallow, skinny lattes drinking b---.
It was boring too , what I managed to read.

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  • Madddy
  • 09-05-2019

Rambling

This is terrible. I had it recommended by Audible which makes me question my own tastes. The characters blur into one, the story rambles on without really having any twists and when the narrator does Scottish (or speaks in her own accent?) she speaks so slow and drawlingly it is as if the audiobook is playing in slow mo.