I See You

I See You

Large Print - 2016
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Zoe Walker sees her picture in a personal ad for a dating website. At first she thinks there must be a mistake. She soon learns that other women whose pictures have appeared in these ads have been subjected to violent crimes. Zoe contacts the police. PC Kelly Smith, a disgraced former detective, works to find the mastermind behind the website and redeem herself. As each day passes Zoe becomes more and more paranoid and suspicious of everyone she meets.
Publisher: New York :, Random House Large Print,, c2016
Edition: First large print edition, Berkley hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781524756369
Branch Call Number: LGP FIC Mack
Characteristics: 523 pages


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Mar 17, 2018

In the beginning of the book I found the characters a bit confusing but they did clear up quickly, it became an interesting story until almost the ending which I thought was very disappointing. The ending did keep me in suspense, but it felt like the writer was just wanting to end the story so she picked someone to be responsible.

The first book I read by this author was I Let You Go, which I thought was very good, but this one is a let-down.

Feb 06, 2018

Not as good as her debut novel but still good enough to keep me reading. Did start to drag a bit at the end.

CRRL_MegRaymond Dec 19, 2017

Zoe is just an ordinary young woman - until the day she finds a classified ad with her photo - for a dating website that she’s never heard of. She soon discovers that other women featured in similar ads have been victims of violence. Is she next?

Oct 09, 2017

Slow story, dragging most times. I did not find it creepy or tense. I saw the ending coming, but had to keep reading to find out if I was right.

athompson10 Aug 10, 2017

Tense thriller with a final-page twist.

Jul 24, 2017

We are creatures of habit. Each day we take the same train, walk the same direction, of course we do, we're going to work. But how vulnerable does this make us to predators who know our habits? In this creepy novel, members of a website can download a woman's commute in order to follow her. Maybe just to ask her out, maybe something more. The author does a good job of illustrating every woman's dilemma: who to trust. In this case, who is the bad guy? Is it the loving partner, the ex-husband, the pompous boss, the angry son or the daughter's smarmy new boyfriend? We're really kept guessing until the end when the author chooses to give the knife a nasty turn. Great suspense. I think I liked this one even better than her first novel: I let you go.

Jul 11, 2017

I really enjoyed the premise of this book and the alternating viewpoints in the chapters. At times it was a little slow, but overall it worked for me and was entertainingly creepy.

Jun 11, 2017

Formulaic. Ticked off all the elements on a check list. Creepy. It just lacked the spark of her first novel.

May 24, 2017

Gasped out loud after the last page. I really liked it and I also really loved her first book. Would recommend! It's a page turner for sure, but I do agree with others that the book can take up a lot of time with details of family etc. But still enjoyed this one!

CMLReads_Kristin May 11, 2017

If you liked Hawkins' The Girl on the Train, you'll want to check out this creepy thriller. Why is Zoe Walker's photo in an advertisement for what looks like a dating website? Who are all the other women who are appearing in similar ads? Why are some of these seemingly unlinked women falling prey to crime during their commutes? An excellent follow-up to I Let You Go. Worth checking out on audio!

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