People always notice Isobel. How could they not? Exquisite… until she speaks. An unsettling, little-girl voice falling from the mouth of a full-grown woman.
Isobel has remained a child trapped within since the day she and two boys were shot at by a local man. One of them saved her life, the other just wishes he had, but now a grown man with his own family, Isobel’s hero has moved back to the village where it all happened – and Isobel still lives with her mother in the mysterious Wreath House. His return forces everyone to examine what really happened all of those years ago if Isobel is to find any release from the past without taking a life from the present.
Readers absolutely love The Memory:
‘A nail-biting novel that will drag you in quickly and only let’s up on the very last page! Such a great, intense book!’ (Cloud of Thoughts, 5 stars)
‘I’ve just finished The Memory and am absolutely blown away… A dark and mysterious book… it creeped me out when I was reading late at night! I loved every second of this book. It was utterly compelling. The characters perfectly constructed, the secrets brilliantly revealed. An excellent read,perfect for these cold, dark evenings!’ (Vikki Patis, author of The Diary, 5 stars)
‘The Memory dives right in… I’m very impressed with Lucy Dawson’s books… I had no idea where things were going and no idea how it would all end. There are a couple of big surprises and at least one genuinely chilling scene… Highly recommended and I can’t wait to see what Lucy Dawson does next.’ (Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars)