Remember My Name (Paperback)
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Remember My Name (Paperback)

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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 06/01/2022
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** A NO. 1 IRISH TIMES BESTSELLER **

If she'd turned off her phone, instead of listening in, perhaps no one would have died...


When Cressida Howard catches her entrepreneur husband playing away from home, she hires security expert Brioni O'Brien to get the evidence she needs for a speedy and financially rewarding divorce.

But what Brioni uncovers goes beyond simple infidelity. Because Laurence Howard is also in bed with some very dangerous people. Bribery and blackmail are the least of his worries as someone comes after the women in his life - someone who is out to destroy Laurence and his empire, whatever the cost.

And Cressida and her teenage daughter could soon be collateral damage, if she and Brioni don't act fast.

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781838952952
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 481 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 29 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS
A high-octane thrill-ride into the dark underbelly of cutting-edge tech, full of intrigue, glamour and unforgettable female characters. If your webcam isn't already covered up, it will be after you read this book. * Catherine Ryan Howard *
A fast psychological thriller about betrayal, lies and power * Woman's Own *
A pedal-to-the-metal full-throttle murder mystery * Irish Independent *
Deliciously twisted ... keeps us guessing right to the end * Daily Mail *
Modern thriller writing at its very best * Victoria Dowd *

Twisty and gripping, Remember My Name has all the usual ingredients of another Sam Blake cracker.

* William Ryan *

Combines cybercrime, infidelity, industrial subterfuge and murder, weaving a twisty, free-flowing tale that accelerates to a tub-thumping conclusion

* Vaseem Khan *
Pacy, punchy and twisty ... a high-octane domestic noir * Irish Times *
A heady cocktail of wealth, adultery, murder, bribery and corporate espionage, with a chaser of lies, greed and jealousy. The pacey plot is augmented by crisp writing and memorable characters. * Sunday Independent *

A twisty and compelling thriller, with engaging characters and a satisfyingly complex plot.

* Roz Watkins *
An electrifying tale of betrayal, sex and secrets peppered with ingenious psychological twists set in the cut-throat world of big tech, offshore accounts, and data security * Anthony J Quinn *
An engaging, tension-filled and page-turning read ... a dark and menacing thriller * New Books *
A colourful and cautionary tale about the perils of eavesdropping - and getting caught. * Times Crime Club *

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“Worth reading…..”

“Remember My Name” is writer Sam Blake’s latest novel. Author of the Cathy Connolly Garda series and several standalone novels, she writes interesting and entertaining stories, that vary in theme.

- If she’d turned... More

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Linda Hepworth

“An instantly engaging thriller.”

Although this psychological thriller is told mainly through the alternating narrative voices of Brioni and Cressida, occasionally (and increasingly) the reader hears the voice of Emily Jane, Cressida’s... More

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“Everyone Has Secrets.”

A gripping thriller and a real page turner with lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing. Definitely worth a read.

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