See Jane Run Author:Joy Fielding "One afternoon in late spring, Jane Whittaker went to the store for some milk and eggs and forgot who she was...." — So begins See Jane Run, Joy Fielding's stunning new thriller about a woman in peril, a tour de force in the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark. — We meet Jane Whittaker, an attractive middle-aged woman, when she suddenly finds herself ... more »alone on the streets of Boston with blood splattered all over the front of her dress, $10,000 in cash in her pockets, and absolutely no idea of who she is. She can't remember her name, her age, where she lives, or even what she looks like.
After a terrifying night of hiding, Jane ends up in a hospital. There, while undergoing a battery of medical tests, she is recognized by one of the nurses. Soon her husband comes to claim her. He is every woman's dream: popular, respected, wealthy, a doctor who is tall, blond, and handsome. He takes Jane home and vows to cure her with loving care and modern medicine.
But Jane doesn't get any better. The medicine seems to be turning her into a zombie. She begins to feel that her private nurse is holding her a virtual prisoner in her own home, isolating her from her friends who might help her recover. Jane's deepest instincts begin to tell her that something is desperately wrong.
Is she going crazy or is there a plot against her? Can she remember in time...in time to stop whatever horrible thing it is that's happening to her, whatever made her lose her memory in the first place, whatever is trying to destroy her and her family?
Of Joy Fielding's previous best seller, Kiss Mommy Goodbye, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt wrote in The new York Times, "A haymaker from the solar plexus to the floor... Once you've gotten into it there's no escaping." Of her thriller The Deep End, The Washington Post said, "Fielding masterfully manipulates our expectations.... When the inevitable showdown comes, it's a doozy."
See Jane Run is chilling suspense that pierces straight through to the heart. It's a book that you won't be able to put down...and won't soon forget!« less