“‘Are you my mummy?’
Tessa Markham returns home to find a child in her kitchen. He thinks she’s his mother. But Tessa doesn’t have any children.
She doesn’t know who the little boy is or how he got there.
After contacting the police, Tessa is suspected of taking the mystery child. Her whole life is turned upside down. And then her husband reveals a secret of his own…
Tessa isn’t sure what to believe or who to trust. Because someone is lying. To find out who, she must confront her painful past. But is the truth more dangerous than Tessa realises?
An absolutely unputdownable psychological thriller with a twist that will make you wonder if you can ever trust anyone again.”
This book was definitely an interesting one. As someone who normally doesn’t read pyshcological thrillers, it captured my attention surprisingly well.
Starting off with the character of Tessa, I loved how she was kind of an unreliable narrator. I could never really tell if she was telling the truth when she was talking in the flashback scenes. She definitely developed as a character the more the book went on. I would have hated to be put in the place where she was with losing 2 kids, her husband separating from her, almost being arrested due to a psychotic break down and then to have a little boy show up on her doorstep claiming to be her son with all that going on. I would have gone crazy. Great character though.
As far as the plot, it was entertaining. Nothing about it drew me out of the story. I was kept interested the entire time I was reading it. It was slow at times and it kind of felt a little repetitive but other than that I really enjoyed it.
Overall, this was a good thriller. I think that if you are just getting into the genre like I am, this might be a good one to start off with. Its fast paced but is able to keep you entertained the entire time. Great book!