I See You by Clare Macintosh.
I read Mackintosh's I Let You Go in April of last year and really liked it, so I eagerly took the opportunity to read another book by Mackintosh.
Zoe Walker has a routine, the kind many people who work develop and follow almost without thought. Zoe's daily commute on the underground is a part of her routine.
Reading the classifieds one evening on her way home, Zoe is shocked to see a picture of herself, a phone number, and a link to a website. The photo is not clear, and when she gets home, Zoe's partner and children aren't positive that the photo is actually of Zoe.
The website listed--findtheone.com--proves to be unavailable. A prank? Zoe begins to check the classifieds daily for other listings with a woman's photograph, phone number, and the findtheone.com website. A different woman is listed each day. And one of those women is murdered. Identifying the women whose photographs appear daily becomes imperative.
At first only Kelly Swift, a British Transport officer, takes Zoe seriously, but after the connection to the murdered woman, the police are all in and crack the code for the website where detailed information about the women in the pictures--age, height, hair color, clothing details, and current information and times about their commutes--is for sale.
Who is selling the information? Who is buying it? Will Zoe be next?
Although I was less impressed with this book than I was with I Let You Go, it was a suspenseful journey.
Read in Oct.; blog review scheduled for March 20, 2017.
Crime/Police Procedural. April 4, 2017. Print length: 384 pages.