Deborah Bee’s debut thriller The Last Thing I Remember will be released as an eBook on 3rd March 2016 by Twenty7.
With its TV rights already optioned by Alan Moloney’s Parallel Films, The Last Thing I Remember will follow its eBook release with a paperback release on 28th July 2016.
The synopsis for the book is:
Imagine waking up and being unable to move, unable to see, unable to communicate.
Your past is a blank piece of paper and you don’t even know your own name. But you can hear.
And the only way to piece together your life is to listen to the people around you…
Hello. Hello? Where’ve they gone? This is me thinking. I have woken up and I’m not there.
I can hear. There is a buzzing sound and a rhythmic heaving, in out in out, and a click, click, click, click.
But there is no me. My body has gone. I have disappeared.
This is me thinking. That is all I can do.
Sarah is in a coma. She was mugged. She was in the wrong place at the wrong time. She didn’t deserve any of it. She’s a nice girl from a nice family. She’s a victim. That’s what they say.
Kelly is in the waiting room. She’s just a kid. A typical schoolgirl. Bullied a bit, probably. She doesn’t know anything. That’s what they say. So why is she there? Why does she keep turning up?
And can Sarah remember what happened to her, and work out who is it that keeps coming into her room at night?
Author Deborah Bee studied fashion journalism at Central St Martins. Over her career to date she has worked at big name publications including Vogue, Cosmopolitan, The Times and the Guardian as a writer, a fashion editor and later an editor. Currently, she is a Creative Director in luxury retail.
Take a look at the cover for The Last Thing I Remember below: