When the actress Aimee Sinclair discovers her husband is missing, she doesn't seem to know what to do or how to act. The police think she's hiding something, and they're right: Aimee's past comes back to haunt her in ways more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.
In the mood for a book that’s dark and binge-worthy? You’ve come to the right place. In her stellar sophomore suspense novel, queen of the plot twist Alice Feeney delivers a genuine nail-biter .... I Know Who You Are is a psychological thriller that pushes boundaries and delivers a truly twisted reading experience; it’s not for the faint of heart, but if you’re up for a suspense novel with an edge, it will be right up your alley ... Feeney has a dark imagination, and she pulls no punches in her sophomore thriller. What begins innocently enough twists and turns into something altogether shocking and utterly addictive.
Bouncing between Aimee now and Aimee growing up in the late 1980s, readers slowly learn what made Aimee who she is and how she became a star actress. Author Alice Feeney takes us inside young Aimee’s head, experiencing the five-year-old’s fear and confusion, revulsion and acceptance ... The switchbacks in I Know Who You Are will almost make you dizzy, but the ride is worth it.
Either Alice Feeney is messing with us, or the conventions of the Girl/Woman subgenre of unreliable-narrator thrillers is so deeply ingrained that she can't help dropping breadcrumbs ... Feeney knows how to keep the pages of this brisk read turning, with a cliffhanger at the end of almost every chapter, and she can insert 10 new twists faster than you can say, 'Roger Ackroyd.' True, plausibility is not her strong suit, but maybe Know Who You Are is a promise that she'll work on that, since its last sentence is 'I never make the same mistake twice.'