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‘Complex, intriguing, clever, twisty, beautifully put together’


MARI HANNAH, author of WITHOUT A TRACE

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How do you find a killer when you can’t recognise a face?



Last night my sister was murdered. The police think I killed her.

I was there. I watched the knife go in. I saw the man who did it.

He’s someone I know. But he won’t be caught.

Because he knows I have prosopagnosia – I can’t recognise faces.

But if I don’t find him, I’ll be found guilty of murder.

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Praise for REMEMBER ME:



‘Had me hooked from the very beginning, a gripping premise and such a deliciously flawed cast of characters’ JENNY BLACKHURST

‘Beautifully written…Truly shocking, this is a book that will have everyone talking about it’ MARY TORJUSSEN

‘Loved the protagonist from the first chapter and was rooting for her until the end’ SARAH WARD

‘Hooks you from the start, with a twisty, page-turning pace that keeps you guessing’ JAMES SWALLOW

Reviews

Had me hooked from the very beginning, a gripping premise and such a deliciously flawed cast of characters that you never quite know who to trust. Amy McLellan is a name to watch.
Jenny Blackhurst
Amy McLellan's beautifully written debut novel, REMEMBER ME, powerfully captures the fear, confusion and isolation experienced by Sarah, a woman suffering from face-blindness, after her sister is murdered. I raced through the book, trying desperately to work out what was happening, trying and failing to anticipate the twists and turns. Like Sarah, I just didn't know who to believe. The conclusion was truly shocking. This is a book that will have everyone talking about it - for who can you trust when everyone is a stranger?
Mary Torjussen
Loved the protagonist from the first chapter and was rooting for her until the end.
Sarah Ward
Remember Me has a great premise. Amy is skilled at playing mind games. Her debut really pulled me in. One of the most complex psychological thrillers I've read in a long time. Intriguing, clever, twisty, beautifully put together.
Mari Hannah
Remember Me hooks you from the start, with a twisty, page-turning pace that keeps you guessing right to the final chapter.
James Swallow