I downloaded What She Saw from Audible and listened to it on my iPad. The main character, Jenna, has lost her memory. In the opening, she is on a train and has no idea how or why she's there, let alone where she's going. She also has no idea why she has amnesia. When the train stops, she gets off and decides to stay since the area seems a bit familiar. But since she remembers almost nothing, she has to find not only her life, but also herself.
What She Saw moves quickly with unexpected turns and dark secrets. There are no dull moments as the action and plot moves at a fast pace. As Jenna tries to find who she is, she realizes she must be very careful about who she trusts. Some things are familiar, some are not. People who seem to know her are strangers to her.
This is the first Sheila Lowe book I've read, so I can't compare it to others in the Forensic Handwriting Mysteries. This one is a page turner with lots of twists. It's fast-paced and will pull you into Jenna's world, along with her fears, doubts, and, in the end, her strength and determination.
If you like thrillers or suspense, I recommend What She Saw. I give What She Saw a rating of Hel-of-a-Fast-Paced-Thriller
Disclaimer: Since the title of the book is What She Saw, you're probably wondering what she saw. I can't tell you what she saw except to say she saw what she saw. To find out what she saw, you'll have to read the book yourself. You may be wondering, if she forgot what she saw, then how does she remember that she saw something. Well, that's the way amnesia works. I think. Aw, what do I know. I can't even remember what I had for breakfast.