Tuesday, 13 March 2018

I See You by Clare Mackintosh

I See You  is a clever little psychological thriller.
Zoe Walker lives in London with her new partner and two grown children.  She travels to work by tube daily; same route, same carriage, same spot.
One evening she is shocked to see her photograph in the classified section of a paper another passenger is reading, with a web address and a phone number.
More photographs of women keep appearing and some of the women are assaulted or murdered.
It conspires that someone is selling details of these women's commuting details, to those who may want to meet them for dating purposes, or something much more sinister.
Police constable Kelly Swift is very interested in the case; which becomes increasingly more complex and terrifying.
Zoe becomes  afraid for her own safety and paranoid about who may be following her or may have given her details to the site.
A precautionary tale about survellence.

Claire Mackintosh is an ex-police officer and I will be seeking out her first novel I Let you Go.

Reviewed by Katrina

Catalogue link: I See You

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