I See You: The Number One Sunday Times Bestseller
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A creepy set of dating-profile style advertisements in a newspaper are mysteriously linked to a series of crimes against women – but who is posting these profiles? Coulee: a term applied rather loosely to different landforms, all of which refer to a kind of valley. i can medium do it, so while i enjoyed reading this for the rush and the whodunnit of it all, there were just certain things i could not look past as a reader.
Assigned to a case, DI Ray Stevens is on a quest to deliver justice to a mother who is undergoing what no parent should ever go through. If you love the idea behind this book, you may wish to watch Killer Net, as I suspect you’ll enjoy it too.When Zoe tries the ad's phone number and web address, the number doesn't work and the site requires an unknown password.
In fact, I wish we had a few extra chapters with Kelly as the focus as she felt a much stronger character than Zoe; Kelly's chapters had a bit more substance and mystery.I have come across authors debut novels that have really made an impact on me then their subsequent book has fallen flat, so I opened this with trepidation, but I need not have feared because this author has a talent. When you lead with what you know rather than what the characters feel and how they react with mounting intensity, there lies the problem. There's Zoe who seems to be a victim that makes her paranoid and a nervous wreck, then there's also Kelly, a police officer who manages to wangle herself onto a case that she thinks has something to do with what is also happening to Zoe and the more they dig the more they find .
Officer Swift has been demoted to a dreary job in traffic policing after a disciplinary kerfuffle – she walloped a child molester during an interview – and relishes the chance to get back into the serious game of tracking down a killer and stalker. Many readers absolutely loved "I let You Go", ( last years much talked about debut mystery crime thriller). Here's the thing about this book: it is a very strong thriller on its own, however I had such high expectations after reading Mackintosh's I Let You Go, I can't begin to compare.I See You made me think really hard about the society that we live in and how our images are out there for the world to see and still.