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Monday, June 3, 2019

The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe

Release Date - May 28, 2019

She's not sure what brings her to a specific house in a quiet village. She remembers getting off a plane and losing her purse and everything that could tell her who she is. She cannot remember a thing, but something draws her to this house.

Laura and Tony have no idea who the woman is at their door, but her familiarity with the house is alarming. After taking her to the local doctor, they only know she's suffering from some kind of amnesia. As townspeople start to try to figure out who she is and why she's here, it will cause relationships to fray and suspicions to grow.

I loved the twists in this book. Part of it was a bit easy to guess after a certain point. By that point, I didn't care. I felt compelled to keep reading to see how things would work out for the amnesiac, Laura, and Tony.

This was one of the better psychological suspense novels I've picked up this year. I highly recommend it.

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