Monday, February 6, 2023

Re-Issue of Remember Me by Lynda Renham

I read this book in 2017 and LOVED it.   Thriller ‘Remember Me.’ is being reissued with Bloodhound Books.  

Kindle Edition
Published February 6th by Bloodhound Books. 

A young mother befriends a new neighbour—but soon finds her an unwelcome presence, in this psychological thriller with a powerful twist.

Sharni and her husband have just moved into 24 The Pines, and they appear to be ideal new neighbours to Clare and Chris. Sharni seems especially fond of Clare. She admires her and is always there to help, especially with childcare for Clare’s two-year-old son.

But Clare is starting to wonder whether Sharni just wants to be a good neighbour—or wants something more. Like Clare’s husband. Or her child. Or her life. And her anxiety starts to build every time Sharni comes near.

Is she just being overprotective, or are her worries justified? As Sharni’s influence touches everyone around her, Clare finds herself fighting for both her sanity and her family . . .

My Thoughts…

I have read so many Lynda Renham books that I thought I kind of knew what to expect but she threw me for a loop with Remember Me.    This is an entirely different style of writing for her and I loved every page of the book.    Remember me is a psychological thriller.  

As I continued reading the book I could not decide who the “bad guy” was.   Both Clare and Sharni have issues.     The story is told with both of them struggling with day to day life.   Clare treats, if you can call it that, with medication while Sharni plots and hides what is going on.    Both of their husbands are sticking their heads in the sand about their issues.     It is easier to ignore the issues then to take them head on is the approach of both husbands. 

The twists, turns, and unknown are all wonderful in this thriller.    I am hoping that Lynda Renham will continue writing this style.   I look forward to more from her.

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Meet Lynda Renham: 
Lynda Renham is author to many popular romantic comedy and gripping psychological thriller novels. She lives in Oxford, UK. She has appeared on BBC radio discussion programs and is a prolific blogger, Twitter and when not writing can usually be found wasting her time on Facebook.

Lynda lives in Oxfordshire with her second husband and cat. Her web page: and Twitter: @lyndarenham


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