Blog tour: I Know It's You

Welcome to the blog tour for I Know It's You by Susan Lewis!

More about the book…

Marina Forster has left her past behind. She is happily married with two twin daughters and holds a senior position at a leading publishing company. She never thinks about what happened fourteen years ago, about the scandal, the trial, the trauma that nearly broke her.

When a new fiction submission lands on Marina’s desk, she at first thinks nothing of it; That Girl is just another novel by another aspiring writer. But as she reads on, the parallels between the novel and Marina’s own past become ever clearer. At first, she is unnerved; then, she is terrified. Who is writing this? What do they want? And how do they know what happened all those years ago?

Increasingly paranoid and unsure who to trust, Marina fears the past may be about to repeat itself. She must put a stop to this before it’s too late – but who will believe her this time?

More about the author…

Susan Lewis is the internationally bestselling author of fifty books across the genres of family drama, thriller, suspense and crime, including I Have Something To Tell You, One Minute Later, My Lies, Your Lies and Forgive Me. Susan’s novels have sold over three million copies in the UK alone. She is also the author of Just One More Day and One Day at a Time, the moving memoirs of her childhood in Bristol during the 1960s.

Susan has previously worked as a secretary in news and current affairs before training as a production assistant working on light entertainment and drama. She’s lived in Hollywood and the South of France, but now resides in Gloucestershire with husband James, two stepsons and dog, Mimi.

My impressions…

I have only ever read one book by Susan Lewis and here she is, celebrating her 50th novel. I have some serious catching up to do! I Know It’s You is an intense psychological thriller set in the world of publishing, which, for a book lover, is super interesting even before you get started. This is a book within a book, where we alternate between the events that are happening in ‘real time’ and the chapters of the fictional manuscript that Marina receives at work, and I practically devoured it. The main character’s sense of anxiety is infectious, and I started being suspicious of everyone, but I also wondered how reliable Marina herself was. Captivating!

Three words to describe it. Clever. Compelling. Exciting.

Do I like the cover? Yes, I do.

Have I read any other books by the same author? Yes, I’ve read and loved One Minute Later.


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