Next up for the KC Reads book club: Serial Dater by K.T. Jayne. We’ll be flying over this Sunday to talk about this psychological thriller. A troubled man entering the dating field after the tragic loss of his wife. What could go wrong? See below for bio, cover art, summary and link for purchase.
As an indie-award nominated filmmaker and lecturer in film, K.T. Jayne wrote and directed several short films that screened in art house cinemas and festivals across the UK and Europe. Exploring ideas of fractured identities and loss of self, her psychological thrillers laid the foundations for the themes that she comes back to in Serial Dater: a gripping original take on a serial killer thriller with a stunning twist.
Born in Cheshire, K.T. Jayne now lives with her husband and son in Surrey.
To find out more, or to contact K.T. Jayne, visit kt-jayne.com
"Gets you hooked from the start. Keeps you guessing to the end."
Who can you trust if you can’t trust yourself?
When Scott McCabe’s wife dies tragically he almost loses his mind. And his son.
Three years later he’s a struggling lone parent to six-year-old Jae, who longs for a new Mum. So reluctantly, Scott lets his best friend talk him into online dating.
And from the minute he publishes his profile, Scott has made his Date with Fate.
Underneath his casual exterior Scott is a man with a tormented conscience, a potholed memory and a vivid imagination. Is he plagued by guilt about Sally’s death, or is it something that runs much deeper?
Scott doesn’t know, any more than he knows what he does when he loses time. And Scott loses a lot of time.
When the girls he dates disappear one-by-one, he begins to doubt his sanity. And as police suspicion falls to him, he doesn’t know who he can trust.
Least of all himself.
A dark and totally gripping page-turner of a psychological thriller that delivers a killer twist.
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