A woman opens her eyes and finds herself on a train. She has no idea who she is, where she lives or how she got on the train. The only thing she knows is that she must do everything she can to find out. The answers to her identity lies in various clues she stumbles upon by chance. She begins to believe that she is in great danger and that someone is after her. Each clue brings her closer to her identity and closer to the danger. Not everyone she meets is who they seem to be, including her.
A spell-binding “who dunnit” that will keep you locked in until the very last page. It is not often that I find books that suck me in from the very first few pages, but that is exactly what I found with Sheila Lowe’s “What She Saw”. One of the things I loved most about this novel is that the pieces of the puzzle didn’t always fit the way I thought they might. Each piece lead to another twist and another turn. Just when I thought I had it all figured out, Lowe tugged the rug out from under me. There were quite a few moments in this book that I didn’t see coming. I love those kinds of mysteries!
I feel very fortunate to have read this book. It was one that sort of fell into my lap. I love to read books and wanted to start reviewing them, so this is actually one of the first books I have gotten to review. If not for the review, I might not have discovered Sheila Lowe. While “What She Saw” is really a standalone novel, I happily discovered that she has a whole series of books called “The Claudia Rose Series“!
Have you read “What She Saw”? If so, what did you think? Have you read “The Claudia Rose Series”? Do you recommend it?
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