Review: Copycat by Alex Lake

Copycat by Alex Lake Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Book Summary:
Your stalker is everywhere.
Your stalker knows everything.
But the real problem is that your stalker is you.

Sarah Havenant discovers–when an old friend points it out–that there are two Facebook profiles in her name.

One, she recognizes: it is hers. The other, she has never seen. But everything in it is accurate. Recent photos of her and her friends, her and her husband, her and her kids. Even of her new kitchen. A photo taken inside her house.

She is bemused, angry, and worried. Who was able to do this? Any why?

But this, it soon turns out, is just the beginning. It is only now–almost as though someone has been watching, waiting for her to find the profile–that her problems really start…

Book Review:
I am an absolute fan of psychological thrillers, and I really enjoyed the blurb of Copycat, so I had to pick it up. There has been a spate of psychological thrillers and it's been a bit of hit or miss because some are pretty bad,…

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