Haunted by a past she can't remember ...When criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson was twelve years old she was abducted, but she has no memory of the time she was held.Over twenty years later, an anonymous note is pushed under her door ...I REMEMBER YOU, KATE.And suddenly Kate's distant past becomes her present.When Kate discovers that her parents lied to her about the length of time she was missing, she is forced to question everything about her childhood.Could the suspected suicide of an ex-headmaster in Dublin and a brutal murder in New York be connected to her abduction all those years ago? And was her father involved?While Kate delves deeper into the recesses of her memory to uncover the truth, a murderous cult leader is bearing down on her.THE GAME CHANGER is out for revenge. Someone has to pay for the sins of the past.
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In The Game Changer, criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson is haunted by a past she can't remember...
Subtle, clever and thought provoking, The Game Changer is one of the best books I've read this year * Woman's Way magazine *Phillips spins the multi-layered mystery of The Game Changer with considerable fluidity. As the narrative shifts from Dublin to New York, from one character to the next, from minor players to major figures in the plot, she never loses sight of the central ruse that draws the reader in ... It's a thrilling page-turner that will keep you gripped over 400 pages, and have you eagerly awaiting the next installment of Kate's police career * The Sunday Business Post *The Game Changer is arguably the author's most ambitious novel to date ... [Louise Phillips] is a first-class crime writer who can really write * Irish Independent *The Game Changer is absolutely top drawer crime writing by Ireland's finest crime writer. Louise Phillips' fourth novel The Game Changer, is a psychological thriller that really should demand that a lot of other so-called psychological thrillers give up their false identity ... * San Diego Book Review *You will spend pleasant hours untying the knots of this perfectly tangled plot, and then the real fun starts when you follow the line that leads from the crime to - you * Writing.ie *[The Game Changer is] a cracking read. Phillips is an accomplished stalwart of the crime genre * The Librarian's Cellar *A novel of twists, turns and roundabouts ... Phillips is not afraid of shocking her readers. Once again, there is murder and mayhem along the bumpy ride. This is a crime writer who leads her readers off the beatn path * Bleach House Library *Cross-jurisdictional murder, missing memories and a cult all interweave to create an exceptional in-depth psychological thriller * Cleopatra Loves Books *Phillips' research blends into the story to make [The Game Changer] a really fascinating, dark read and a real page-turner * Irish Farmerette *Phillips has an incredible writing style and skill which makes you read a book while your heart is pounding and you want to shout at the characters ... [The Game Changer] is, without a doubt, a corker * Kim the Bookworm *The best Irish crime book this year * Sunday Business Post *
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In The Game Changer, criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson is haunted by a past she can't remember...


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LOUISE PHILLIPS is the author of four bestselling psychological crime thrillers. Her debut novel RED RIBBONS, and her subsequent novels, THE DOLL'S HOUSE, LAST KISS and THE GAME CHANGER, were each nominated for Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year. She won the award in 2013. Louise's work has formed part of many literary anthologies, and she has won both the Jonathan Swift Award and the Irish Writers' Centre Lonely Voice platform, along with being shortlisted for the Molly Keane Memorial Award, Bridport UK, and many others. In 2015, she was awarded a writing residency at Cill Rialaig Artist retreat and she was also a judge on the Irish panel for the EU Literary Award. In 2016, she was longlisted for the prestigious CWA Dagger in the Library Award, and her first two novels, RED RIBBONS and THE DOLL'S HOUSE, were published in the US. Her current novel, THE HIDING GAME, received an Arts Bursary for Literature from the Arts Council of Ireland.