Book Review: Close to Me by Amanda Reynolds

Close to Me by Amanda Reynolds

Close to Me
by Amanda Reynolds

Jo Harding fell down some stairs, and lost the memory of the past year. Her husband would prefer she not remember the last year, but Jo feels she needs to find out what has happened in her life and family.

An interesting psychological thriller. The book flipped between “before the fall” and “after the fall” chapters. The story was told from Jo’s point of view, and I enjoyed discovering what had happened over the year along with Jo.

Jo was relatable. She and her husband had been married for over twenty years, their kids had left home and started their own lives, and Jo and her husband were adjusting to their new lives. Jo started to suspect that things were not as perfect as she was led to believe, and she started to followup on her suspicions.

A quick and easy read. Good for fans of domestic thrillers.

I received a copy of this book from Quercus and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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