'This is contemporary crime writing at its absolute peak' Val McDermid
Surviving the suicide attempt, she wakes up in hospital, with only fractions left of her memories of the last few weeks.
People visit her and all seems to be alright, if it hadn't been for the terror she feels, trying to remember, giving her panic attacks and frightening both relatives and doctors..
Friends visit her and all agree that she is recovering, when she starts to talk about stalkers in the hospital grounds...
Surely this is just imaginations of a troubled mind..?
As she digs deeper into her memories, frightening things turn up and someone, someone bad, waits for the right opportunity to kill her..
I liked the book a lot, as it was full of surprises, it wasn't that easy to find out the thruth, which is good. A skilled writer makes you guess at just the right moment, not before or after.
Walters is such a skilled writer!