I See You - Gregg Hurwitz Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751539775 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Gregg Hurwitz / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2007-08-02 by Sphere
Newest Review: ... It soon becomes apparent that Drew is being watched. Someone is toying with him and just as he begins to realise this, ... more
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by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I recently enjoyed reading the latest novel by thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz : "Or She Dies". The book was my introduction to this author and it left me keen to read his other work. "I See You" was first published in 2007. The story centres around author Drew Danner, who wakes up in hospital having suffered a brain haemorrhage. Drew cannot remember the past 24 hours at all and is shocked to find an LAPD officer standing over his bed. As he is told about having a brain tumour removed, he is shown a photograph of a blood-spattered body of a woman. A woman he recognises as his ex-fiance Genevieve. However, if that wasn't quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/08 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Looking for a new author to read and having just finished the excellent HEART SICK BY CHELSEA CAIN, (see my review...hint-hint) I picked up this novel sent to me by the same person who gave me HEART SICK. The concept struck me as highly original- a suspect in a murder is found at the crime scene; the victim is his ex-wife and yet he cannot remember himself whether he is guilty due to a brain aneuryism suffered at the time of the murder or thereabouts. Following a court case in which he walks away unconvicted, LA based author, Drew Danner decides to take up an investigation into himself- especially when it becomes apparent that someone is trying to frame him when another . Read the complete review
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