Sometimes, it’s not easy to tell the good guys from the bad ... Freelance journalist, Anna Morris, is struggling to make a name for herself, so she’s delighted to attend a launch event for a hip young artist at her friend Seb’s gallery. But an exclusive interview isn’t all Anna comes away with. After an encounter with the enigmatic Darrick Farron, she is flung into the shady underground of the art scene – a world of underhand dealings, missing paintings and mysterious deaths ... Seb is intent on convincing Anna that Darrick is up to no good but, try as she might, she can’t seem to keep away from him. And as she becomes further embroiled, Anna begins to wonder – can Seb’s behavior be explained away as the well-intentioned concern of an old friend, or does he have something to hide? A heart-stopping thriller that keeps you guessing right to the very end.
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Clare Chase writes mysteries set in London and Cambridge featuringcrime-solving couples and women sleuths. She fell in love with the capital as a student,living in the rather cushy surroundings of Hampstead in what was then acampus college of London University. (It's currently being turned intoposh flats ...)
After graduating in English Literature, she moved to Cambridge andhas lived there ever since. She's fascinated by the city's contrasts and contradictions, which feed into her writing. She's worked in diversesettings - from the 800-year-old University to one of the local prisons - and lived everywhere from the house of Lord to a slug-infested flat.The terrace she now occupies presents a good happy medium.
As well as writing, Clare loves family time, art and architecture, cooking, and of course, reading other people's books.
She lives with her husband and teenage daughters, and currently works at the Royal Society of Chemistry.
You can find out more about Clare at her website: clarechase.com
"You Think You Know Me is a heart pounding, intense and entertaining mystery. I could not put it down until the last page and even then I shook my head a bit. This is a story that you truly need to read for yourself to get the full enjoyment. If you love mysteries then this is a novel you should be picking up and diving into." (Keeper Bookshelf)
"A great thriller that starts gently, builds up and then stampedes to an exciting end... Clare Chase’s writing style is fun, often humorous and makes for a great light, but engrossing, read... I loved it, and would recommend this book to anyone looking for a gripping thriller." (Emma B Books)
"I love stories where you’re kept in the dark right up until the very last moment and You Think You Know Me does this brilliantly. Clare Chase is a master at writing with suspense and cleverly never gives too much away, which will hold your attention right until you’ve read the very last word on the very last page... With a storyline jam-packed with suspense, surprise and not forgetting – the odd sprinkling of romance, You Think You Know Me is a very promising and exciting debut." (Bookaholic Confessions)
"Wow. I was very much looking forward to You Think You Know Me by Clare Chase and this book completely lived up to expectations. It was gripping, intriguing and the suspense built up with every page until I was just dying to get to the bottom of the mystery." (Brook Cottage Books)
"So... that was tense! Wow. I was very much looking forward to You Think You Know Me by Clare Chase and this book completely lived up to expectations. It was gripping, intriguing and the suspense built up with every page until I was just dying to get to the bottom of the mystery... Crazily good, tense, tense, TENSE and just a brilliant mystery." (Reviewed the Book)
"This novel had a well-crafted denouement that kept me engaged and guessing the whole time. At times, the tension was almost palpable and I nearly jumped once when a loud noise disturbed my reading, so engrossed was I in the story." (Joanna Kennedy, Promoting Crime Fiction Blog)
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