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The Last Thing She Remembers
J.S. Monroe

Park Row
June 2019
On Sale: May 28, 2019
416 pages
ISBN: 0778307824
EAN: 9780778307822
Kindle: B07GTMSC8W
Trade Size / e-Book
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From the author of FIND ME, come a gripping psychological thriller in the vein of Before I Go To Sleep and the film Memento, about a woman suffering from amnesia who attempts to reconstruct her past and identity by traveling to where she believes she lives in a small village in the British countryside, while the townspeople offer both sympathy to her plight and suspicion about her true motives.

Imagine if you came home one day to find strangers living in your house…

After a difficult week traveling for work, Jemma arrives at Heathrow to find her bag has been stolen. Her whole life was in there—passport, credit cards, laptop, house key. And even more disturbing, when she goes to report the incident, she realizes she can't recall her own name.

All she has on her is a train ticket home.

But home no longer exists. Neither does her past. Suffering from stress-induced amnesia, Jemma is a source of mystery when she arrives at the sleepy Wiltshire village where she thought she lived.

She quickly becomes a source of conspiracy and fear amongst the townspeople. Is she a victim or a killer? Or is everyone wrong?

The Last Thing She Remembers is a twisting story about memory, identity, and how people are not always what they seem. In this follow up to his critically acclaimed psychological thriller Find Me, master of suspense J.S. Monroe has once again penned a shocking tale of dark pasts and deception, leaving us breathlessly analyzing our own lives, and the role memory plays in defining who we are—and who we pretend to be.


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