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Remember Me This Way

Remember Me This Way

She thought losing him was the worst thing that could happen.
She was wrong.

They tell her not to worry. Her sister, the police. They say it’s only natural, when someone close to you dies, to see him everywhere, sense him still nearby.

But they don’t know Zach like she does.

How much he loved her.

How he liked things just his way.

How far he would go to get revenge…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 23rd March 2017

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444762488


From its brilliant yet heart-breaking opening to its unexpected and shocking ending, it took me on an exhilarating and relentless journey until the very last page...as tense and terrifying as they come
Samantha Hayes, author of <i>Until You’re Mine</i>
A writer who can leave you breathless with anticipation...A superb book, from start to finish.
Alex Marwood, author of <i>The Wicked Girls</i>
Fresh and compelling prose, packed with twists. A treat.
Sarah Hilary, author of <i>Someone Else's Skin</i>
Grips immediately... Durrant sustains the mystery throughout and offers a clever resolution
The Times
This is one super-disturbing psychological thriller
Woman & Home
Spellbindingly dark and intense drama
When a thriller leaves you looking over your shoulder, it's a sign the author's doing something right. In fact Durrant doesn't put a foot wrong with this assured and deeply unsettling chiller... Superb
Sunday Mirror
Tense and gripping ... a world that will leave readers desperately racing to the truth, along with Lizzie, via twists and turns that will give you goose bumps. An exceedingly good read
We Love This Book
Creepy and emotionally acute
Andrew Taylor, Spectator
Durrant's debut, UNDER YOUR SKIN, was among the best of the wave of psychological thrillers that appeared in the wake of Gone Girl's success. REMEMBER ME THIS WAY is better still...An elegant, quietly chilling illustration of the ways in which lovers blind themselves to reality
Mail on Sunday
Durrant is too cool simply to indulge the obvious. Brilliant on social signifiers and observation, her intelligent interpretation of the world and its psychologically complex inhabitants shines all the way to a satisfactory ending
Daily Mail
If Sabine Durrant's previous psychological thriller UNDER YOUR SKIN, was indebted to Agatha Christie, the centrality of Cornwall in REMEMBER ME THIS WAY suggests Christie has been displaced by Daphne du Maurier.... While UNDER YOUR SKIN was striking, this is a stronger performance.
Sunday Times
Alternating between Lizzie's narrative and Zach's diary, it's splendidly creepy, with plenty of paranoia