This is a psychological thriller with big emphasis on psychological. As such it is loaded with internal monologues and descriptions of strong feelings of protagonists. So if you are looking for gun fights or forensic evidence look for another book. It is definitely a gripping page turner that pulled me in from the first chapter and did not let go until the very end. The book is just right length (280 pages), things are happening fast and there are no dull moments in it, with new revelations popping up every few chapters. Sometimes I thought that I knew what the next twist in the plot will be but I was wrong more times than I was right. The story is told from two points of view and both narrations are very engaging. One almost feels like being inside the protagonist’ head. The blurb is a little misleading because the book is about more than just stolen identity but telling what more is there would be a spoiler.
Bottom line. If you like psychological thrillers, there is a good chance that you will like this one. And if you liked this one you may also like “The Memory Watcher” that is my personal favor by this author.