It’s publication day for Claire S. Lewis’ psychological thriller, She’s Mine

Set on an idyllic Caribbean island, the holiday in paradise quickly turns into a holiday from hell…

It’s Scarlett’s worst nightmare when the little girl she is looking after goes missing on a crowded beach under the blazing Caribbean sun. As the police investigation gets underway the young nanny becomes entangled in a web of intrigue surrounding the disappearance of Katie. Is she drowned?  Lost?  Has she been abducted?

Scarlett turns detective in a desperate attempt to find the child and clear her name.  She stumbles on perplexing clues and witness sightings that incriminate Katie’s glamorous mother Christina and her ruthless lover Damien.  But are they really to blame?

As the search continues, a new narrator discloses a series of photographs revealing a toxic love triangle at the heart of the mystery. Dark and tragic family secrets have menacing implications for Katie’s chances of being recovered alive.

Paradise can be deadly…

Published today in ebook by Aria/Head of Zeus, the novel has had several five star reader reviews:

“This book was fast-paced, with a fantastic mix of past and present scenes that kept me guessing what had happened right until the end. Scarlet really worked as an unreliable narrator and the opening set-up really made me question what her part was going to be and whether she had indeed killed or taken Katie.” Five stars, Netgalley review

“Had me hooked to the end, I’d recommend to anyone!” Five stars, Amazon Review

“If you like a good crime/thriller than this is one for you! Highly recommend for any fans of the genre, especially for the unique setting.” Five stars, Netgalley Review

She’s Mine is fast-paced and thought-provoking with complex and compelling characters.  This edgy and emotionally intense novel will keep readers second-guessing and gripped to the very last chilling twist…

Claire S. Lewis studied Philosophy and French Literature at Oxford University and International Relations at Cambridge University.  She then qualified as a solicitor working in aviation law for a London law firm and later as an in-house lawyer for Virgin Atlantic.  She kick-started her dream of becoming a published author (and finding an outlet for her over-active imagination) by taking creative writing courses at the Faber Academy where she was inspired by so many talented fellow-writers and industry professionals.

Born in Paris, she’s bilingual and now lives in Surrey with her family. When not making up stories of psychological suspense, she loves reading those of others, watching films and visiting exotic locations ‘for the purpose of research’!