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Saturday, February 22, 2014

My Review of What She Saw by Sheila Lowe


Imagine waking to the shock of finding yourself on a train and realizing that you don’t know who you are, where you are coming from, where you are going. And with the certain knowledge that you cannot afford to reveal your plight to anyone, least of all the police. 

A story of psychological suspense that follows a young woman through the terrifying labyrinth of amnesia, where no one is who or what they appear to be. Claudia Rose, Detective Joel Jovanic, and Dr. Zebediah Gold from Sheila Lowe’s Forensic Handwriting mystery series play a vital role in helping her uncover a devastating past and learn what she saw that robbed her of her memory.

My Review:
3.5 Stars

A young woman wakes up on a train, doesn't remember a things, and has no clue where she is. A chance encounter with someone who seems to know her starts to lead her in the right direction, but why can't she remember any of her life? 

After finding some clues to her past, she starts to try and resume her life. The life that she is trying to lead however isn't hers. Something more sinister is going on at the lab that she "works" at, she keeps having memories of a completely different life, and most suspicious of all, she has two forms of idetification with two different names. Who is she really and what did she see?

A story that will have you wanting to see what is around the next corner, but I did feel like it was a little drawn out in getting to the end point. 

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