Each Day I Wake by Seb Kirby
A twisted, complex web of deceit, greed, jealousy, and scandal.
A gripping psychological thriller – Young women are going missing and only Tom Markland knows the terrifying truth. When he’s pulled out of the North Dock, he comes round not knowing who he is or how he got there. All he knows is that someone is killing young women. He sees them die each time he closes his eyes. The only way he’s going to recover his identity is to discover who is doing the killings.
Each Day I Wake will keep you turning page after page.
Review by Tom Markland:
Tom Markland wakes up in hospital with no memory of the events that led him to that point. All he remembers is visions of women being killed and a tattoo he does not have.
As his devoted wife helps him to piece his memory back together Tom comes within the police radar as they are convinced he is the killer and through him they make connections with what they believed were separate missing persons cases.
Tom becomes embroiled in a race against time to remember the events that landed him in hospital and catch the killer in order to prove his innocence, but will the people he encounters along the way be friend of foe.
Mr Kirby unravels a thrilling page turner of a book and keeps you clicking to turn the pages. His prose and dialogue is excellent and almost magical in the way it draws you in. This is the first of his books I have read but rest assured it won’t be the last.
By Amazon Customer:
Tom Markland survives a beating and near drowning, only to wake up in a hospital with no memory of his past. With his wife’s help, he begins to recover, but the strange events that led to his trauma remain a mystery. The police are no help. With no help from Tom as to any suspects or motive, his case is quickly filed away as unsolved. Tom pursues the matter, though, and what results is a twisted, complex web of deceit, greed, jealousy, and scandal.
This is a fantastic novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Mr. Kirby alternates the novel between first person and third person, giving the reader an exceptional view of the action. Just as the reader thinks he has everything figured out, he turns the page to finds things have changed completely. I really enjoyed this novel, and you will, too!