What She Saw

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Pub Date 30 Sep 2014 | Archive Date 18 Jun 2019

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Imagine waking up on a train and having no recollection of how you got there. The more you think, the more you realize that you don’t have any idea who you are…no name, no memories, no life. This is the situation you’re drawn into in What She Saw. A woman…no name, no memory, no life…only fear. By chance or fate, she runs into someone who knows her and gives her a ride home. At her home she finds two IDs, two sets of keys, one face…hers, but two separate lives!

Coming in Spring 2019, the long-anticipated sequel, Proof of Life

Imagine waking up on a train and having no recollection of how you got there. The more you think, the more you realize that you don’t have any idea who you are…no name, no memories, no life. This is...


A Note From the Publisher

Proof of Life, the sequel to What She Saw, releases Spring 2019!

Proof of Life, the sequel to What She Saw, releases Spring 2019!


Advance Praise

“Sheila Lowe’s What She Saw is a gripping, psychologically astute thriller, with a sympathetic heroine and enough suspense to keep any reader turning the pages!”—Dennis Palumbo, licensed psychotherapist and author of the Daniel Rinaldi Mystery Series

“Lowe spreads the mystery out one delicious morsel at a time. Both her characters and her plot are flawless.” —Peg Brantley, author of Red Tide and The Missings

“Sheila Lowe’s What She Saw is a gripping, psychologically astute thriller, with a sympathetic heroine and enough suspense to keep any reader turning the pages!”—Dennis Palumbo, licensed...


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For the first 16 pages the leading character bounces around like a pinball from place to place, trying to figure out who she is and where she is. Then someone calls her by name and she meets a man she doesn’t recognize who offers to take her home to her place – it seems she lives in an apartment below him.

Sheila Lowe’s wordsmithing creates a heart stopping narrative as Jenna tries to bluff her way through work and an appointment with her therapist. Then she discovers
she has two identities: Jenna and/or Jessica complete with a driver’s license, an apartment and a car for each.

This riveting account follows Jenna, or Jessica, depending on where she is and who she’s with at the time, as she tries to sort out just who she really is and what happened to cause the amnesia she is experiencing.

The puzzle Ms. Lowe constructs is carefully filled, piece by piece as suspense builds. And finally, the picture emerges complete, much to the reader’s relief.

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Imagine waking up on a train and having no recollection of how you got there. The more you think, the more you realize that you don’t have any idea who you are…no name, no memories, no life. This is the situation you’re drawn into in What She Saw. A woman…no name, no memory, no life…only fear. By chance or fate, she runs into someone who knows her and gives her a ride home. At her home she finds two IDs, two sets of keys, one face…hers, but two separate lives!

A new twist on the familiar amnesia story, which are my favorite. This thriller is chock-full of juicy goodness. It was easy to identify with Jenna as she tried to discover who she was and what happened to her by pretending she knows. The appearance of old friends from the author's Claudia Rose mysteries add an extra touch too. I can't wait for the second book!

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