How I lost you : a novel / Jenny Blackhurst.
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|Beacon Falls Public Library||FIC BLA (Text to phone)||33120000382678||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Booth & Dimock Library - Coventry||AF BLA (Text to phone)||33260000254459||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Newfield Branch - Bridgeport||FIC BLACKHURST (Text to phone)||34000081266538||Adult New Fiction||Available||-|
|Plumb Memorial Library - Huntington Branch||FIC BLACKHURST (Text to phone)||34025138869737||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 1501168827 : PAP
- ISBN: 9781501168826 : PAP
- ISBN: 9781501168826 (softcover)
- ISBN: 1501168827 (softcover)
- Physical Description: viii, 373 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First Emily Bestler Books/Atria paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Emily Bestler/Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2017.
- Copyright: ©2014
"Originally published in Great Britain in 2015 by Headline Publishing Group"--Title page verso.
A woman without a memory struggles to discover the truth about her past and her identity.
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How I Lost You : A Novel
"An addictive read; a strong recommendation for those who like suspense tinged with a little romance."-- Booklist A woman without a memory struggles to discover the truth about her past and her identity in this cerebral and dark thriller reminiscent of works by bestselling authors S.J. Watson and Ruth Ware. I have no memory of what happened but I was told I killed my son. And you believe what your loved ones, your doctor and the police tell you, don't you? My name is Emma Cartwright. Three years ago I was Susan Webster, and I murdered my twelve-week-old son Dylan. I was sent to Oakdale Psychiatric Institute for my crime, and four weeks ago I was released early on parole with a new identity, address, and a chance to rebuild my tattered life. This morning, I received an envelope addressed to Susan Webster. Inside it was a photograph of a toddler called Dylan. Now I am questioning everything I believe because if I have no memory of the event, how can I truly believe he's dead? If there was the smallest chance your son was alive, what would you do to get him back?