I Know What I Saw (Paperback)
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I Know What I Saw (Paperback)

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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 28/01/2021
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She remembers everything.
She understands nothing.

Only a handful of people in the world have a truly perfect memory. Nicola is one of them. It's more of a curse than a blessing - every moment of sadness, embarrassment and unhappiness is burned into her mind forever - so she plays it down, and tries to live a quiet life.

But a body has been found, a discovery that threatens to tear her community apart - and reopen old wounds from decades ago.

Nicola was a child, but she remembers the night with perfect clarity. Despite that, she never discovered the truth of what happened.

Now she must use her unique memory to solve the murder, or watch the man she loved be wrongly convicted of the crime...

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What readers are saying about I Know What I Saw

"The story is unlike any other I've read...fast paced, thrilling and full of suspense"

- 5* NetGalley reader review

"I Know What I Saw is one of the best thrillers I have read in possibly years...I would definitely recommend this novel to anyone who loves thrillers. I felt as though I was right there in this book trying to figure out what was going on with the protagonist."

- 5* NetGalley reader review

"I was drawn into this book from the very start. The pages turned increasingly quickly as my desperation to find out what really did happen in the past just grew and grew. At one point the pages were turning so quickly that it was almost as if they were turning themselves and the page numbers became a blur!"
- 5* NetGalley reader review

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9781787465312
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 279 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 25 mm

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“A novel premise for this tale”

A novel premise in this story - Nicola/Nix remembers everything that ever happened to her - is this a blessing or a curse? To be able to recall every conversation or situation sounds wonderful but do you always want... More

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“An Intriguing And Informative Read”

only a handful of people have a truly perfect memory and Nicola is one of them. It's called Hyperthymesa which means she can remember everything. But it can be more of a curse than a blessing.

A body has... More

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“An interesting and thrilling read”

I absolutely love discovering new authors and S. K. Sharp is certainly a new author for me. I read the synopsis for ‘I Know What I Saw’ and it certainly sounded like an intriguing read and then some. So without... More

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