Author of New York Times and #1 international bestseller I Let You Go shares her new novel
Wednesday, February 22nd: 8am-12noon ET
You do the same thing every day. You know exactly where you’re going. You’re not alone. That’s the nerve-tingling premise behind Clare Mackintosh’s second novel I SEE YOU, already a #1 London Times bestseller in the author’s native UK. Like Mackintosh’s stunning debut I Let You Go, the book with the plot twist heard ‘round the world that was picked as one of New York Times’s “10 Best Crime Novels of 2016,” her new thriller kicks into high-gear from the first chapter and never lets up.
When Zoe Walker discovers her own picture in the local newspaper’s classified ads, she’s shocked. A photo from her Facebook page accompanies a listing for a website called FindTheOne.com. All Zoe’s efforts to discover what the ad means lead to dead ends. And then a second woman whose picture appeared in a similar ad is assaulted. When a third woman is murdered, Zoe’s unease turns to fear and paranoia. The only thing the three have in common is their daily commute on the London subway system. Someone is methodically tracking down these women...and Zoe is next on the list.
The follow-up to the international phenomenon I Let You Go—a debut that sold more than half a million copies in the UK—I SEE YOU confirms Clare Mackintosh’s growing reputation as one of the most accomplished crime writers at work today. Before turning to writing, Mackintosh spent twelve years as a detective and her police work informs her remarkably realistic, pulse-pounding thrillers.
About the author:
Clare Mackintosh spent twelve years in the Thames Valley Police Department, during which time she worked on criminal investigations. She left the police force in 2011 to work as a freelance journalist and social media consultant. She is the winner of two coveted international Crime Awards: Prix Polar International, France’s foremost crime fiction award, and The UK’s Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year Award, beating J.K. Rowling’s pseudonym Robert Galbraith to win. She is the Director of the Chipping Norton Literary Festival and lives in the Cotswolds with her husband, a police officer, and their three children. Visit Clare Mackintosh online at claremackintosh.com, Facebook.com/ClareMackWrites and on Twitter@claremackint0sh