Blog Tour Review, Other People’s Lives

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Other People’s Lives
JE Rowney

305 pages
Little Fox Publishing
published April 22, 2022

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Listen carefully.

Watch closely.

Trust nobody.

 “Let me ask you. Are you worried that someone is watching you, or are you worried that you think someone is watching you?”

Sophie Portman has lost her husband, and she thinks she may be losing her mind.

She seeks the help of psychiatrist Andrew Thacker, but as she starts to open up, the truth begins to unravel and nothing is quite as it seems.

Other People’s Lives is a gripping psychological thriller from bestselling author JE Rowney.

 “A heart-stopping twist. I never saw it coming.” – advance reader review. 

 My review

This is one of those thrillers that you want to read a second time to see if you missed something and the clues were there. While this one was a little slow at the beginning, the pace picked up and I couldn’t put it down.  I’d definitely say to go in without reading too much on this one as to not spoil it as the twists are the best part of the book.


Author Bio –

J.E. Rowney spent several years in the cold Yorkshire hills, but now lives on the south coast of England. She spent ten years working as a midwife before turning in her gloves to become an author.

She has written ten novels, and also enjoys writing short stories. In 2020 she was the winner of the Pen to Print Short Story award, the Dinesh Allirajah Prize for Short Fiction, and, in 2021, the Fresher Publishing Student Writing Award.

She spends lots of time writing in coffee shops, so if you see her, say hello.

Ms. Rowney says: “I always dreamed of being a writer, until I realised that I was. Then I started to write.”

You can find out more about JE Rowney on her website at (where you can download a free book!), or follow @jerowneywriter on social media.

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