How do you find a killer when you can't recognise a face?
Last night my sister was murdered. The police think I killed her.
I was there. I watched the knife go in. I saw the man who did it.
And heard him laugh because he knows he'll never get caught.
He knows I have prosopagnosia - I can't recognise faces.
And if I don't find the man who killed my sister, I'll be found guilty of murder.
Had me hooked from the very beginning, a gripping premise and such a deliciously flawed cast of characters that you never quite know who to trust. Amy McLellan is a name to watch. - Jenny Blackhurst
Amy McLellan's beautifully written debut novel, REMEMBER ME, powerfully captures the fear, confusion and isolation experienced by Sarah, a woman suffering from face-blindness, after her sister is murdered. I raced through the book, trying desperately to work out what was happening, trying and failing to anticipate the twists and turns. Like Sarah, I just didn't know who to believe. The conclusion was truly shocking. This is a book that will have everyone talking about it - for who can you trust when everyone is a stranger? - Mary Torjussen
Loved the protagonist from the first chapter and was rooting for her until the end. - Sarah Ward
Amy is an author and freelance journalist, a job that has taken her around the world, from the midnight-sun of the Arctic Circle to the desert heat of Oman, from wind-swept North Sea oil rigs to the bustling bazaars of Tehran. Now based in Shropshire, where she lives with her husband and three children, Amy writes on a wide range of subjects for the national and trade press while indulging her life-long passion for books. When she's not writing, Amy can be found drinking too much coffee, long-distance running and exploring the beautiful Shropshire hills.