Monday, January 29, 2018

review: i know my name by c.j. cooke

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C.J. Cooke's debut is a stunner. I Know My Name opens with a woman waking up after washing ashore on a remote island near Crete. A few pages later, a man receives a phone call from his neighbor who has discovered his two young children have been left alone. Lochlan rushes home where he finds his wife has indeed vanished with only her old Swiss passport missing. There are a number of directions Cooke could've gone with I Know My Name, but the reveal was quite unexpected. This tightly crafted psychological thriller delves into dark subject matter, but Cooke handles it brilliantly.
Review copy from Amazon Vine.

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