Don't Close Your Eyes

Don't Close Your Eyes

eBook - 2017
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Two sisters. A lifetime of secrets. One terrible reckoning.

The astonishing new thriller from the bestselling author of Try Not to Breathe . Get ready to be #hookedbyholly!

Robin and Sarah weren't the closest of twins. They weren't even that similar. But they loved each other dearly. Until, in the cruellest of domestic twists, they were taken from one another.

Now, in her early 30s, Robin lives alone. Agoraphobic and suffering from panic attacks, she spends her days pacing the rooms of her house. The rest of the time she watches - watches the street, the houses, the neighbours. Until one day, she sees something she shouldn't...

And Sarah? Sarah got what she wanted - the good-looking man, the beautiful baby, the perfect home. But she's just been accused of the most terrible thing of all. She can't be around her new family until she has come to terms with something that happened a long time ago. And to do that, she needs to track down her twin sister.

But Sarah isn't the only person looking for Robin. As their paths intersect, something dangerous is set in motion, leading Robin and Sarah to fight for much more than their relationship...

A gripping story with engaging, brilliantly written characters. -

[A] smartly plotted psychological thriller... plenty of last-minute bombshells await. - Publishers Weekly

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Atlantic Books, 2017.
ISBN: 9781782396727
Characteristics: 1 online resource ()

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Sep 28, 2018

A fairly good read. Good mystery going on there. It was an unexpected turn at the end. It involves twins meeting up with each years after their last meeting. One of them appears to have a stalker from her past & both of them have to come to terms with dysfunctional family history.

Apr 18, 2018

An exceptionally well-written tale that takes you tumbling from the mundane to the disturbing with the constant flashbacks serving as the backstory and more. I'm generally not a fan of the unreliable narrator technique and the constant switching of persons (i.e., third to first) is, at junctures, discordant but Holly Seddon seems to pull off with aplomb this descent into madness.


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