Reviewsday: Watching You by Michael Robotham

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Marnie Logan is a woman in trouble; a single mum with two children, a husband who has disappeared and left her indebted to the wrong people, and the constant feeling of being watched, followed. Feeling angry and abandoned, she turns to psychologist Joe O'Loughlin for help.

One day, Marnie discovers a book prepared by her husband Daniel for her upcoming birthday, with photos and interviews with past friends and family. While Marnie is ecstatic at finding hard proof that her husband did love her, she is unprepared for what Daniel discovered while contacting the people from her past. Anyone who ever became close with Marnie has paid a harsh price. And it appears Daniel finally caught up with this fate. Suddenly, that shadow out the corner of her eye, that tingling feeling of being watched, seems a lot more sinister and deadly.

This is the kind of novel you want to talk about with friends, and can't wait for them to finish so you can compare notes. As it is, I'm finding it hard to write this without giving anything away! Prepare yourself for a rollercoaster ride, with enough plot twists to keep you guessing right up to the end. Who has been secretly killing, threatening, and destroying lives for Marnie? And why?