You Belong To Me (DCI Lorraine Fisher #3) by Samantha Hayes

You Belong To Me (DCI Lorraine Fisher #3)

Isabel left England to escape her past. For the first time in months, she's beginning to feel safe. But then a letter shatters her world once more as she learns of her parents' death in a car crash. Reluctantly she returns home, unable to shake off the feeling she's being watched but determined not to let fear rule her life any more. DI Lorraine Fisher is in the middle of a big murder case -- a serial killer is preying on young women. And it seem...


Details You Belong To Me (DCI Lorraine Fisher #3)

TitleYou Belong To Me (DCI Lorraine Fisher #3)
ISBN9781780893396
Author
Release DateApr 28th, 2015
PublisherCentury
GenreThriller, Mystery, Crime, Fiction, Psychological Thriller, Suspense
Rating

Reviews You Belong To Me (DCI Lorraine Fisher #3)

  • Elaine
    1970-01-01
    First thing I have to mention about this book is the title. You Belong To Me. There couldn’t be a better title for a chilling book about stalking than a line from “Every Breath You Take”, a sinister creepy song sung by a stalker to his stalkee. It certainly sets the tone for this read, which just oozes menace and creepiness on every single page. This is the third outing for D I Lorraine Fisher and I have to say she is turning into my favour...
  • Maxine (Booklover Catlady)
    1970-01-01
    It just seems to be the season for the psychological thriller, with so many books competing in this much loved genre. A genre I adore myself. Some are awesome, some are awful, some are mediocre, this one for me was really enjoyable, but not not quite a five star rave book. Isabel left England to escape her past. For the first time in months, she's beginning to feel safe. But then a letter shatters her world once more as she learns of her parents'...
  • Liz Barnsley
    1970-01-01
    I’ve read previous novels from this author and have always very much enjoyed them – but I have to say with “You Belong to Me” I think the ante has been upped considerably – I ADORED it, could not put it down, it was terribly addictive and every time I thought I could pop it aside for a moment and do some housework or something, Ms Hayes would pop another humdinger happening in there and onwards I went…We meet Isabel, hiding away in In...
  • Janet
    1970-01-01
    You Belong To Me. Never has a title been so apt. This is a really chilling read about obsession of the highest order. Obsession that will leave you cold and fearful and hoping that it never happens to you.We meet Isabel, a young art teacher, who is in India escaping from whatever has happened in her past. She receives a letter informing her that her parents have been killed in a car crash and is urged to return home. What follows is a journey of ...
  • BookwormDH
    1970-01-01
    I have nothing but praise for this book. A very high suspense thriller, with some very clever and quite outstanding twists. The strong characters continue from previous books, but this can be read as a stand-alone book with no problems at all. It keeps you intrigued right up to the last pages. I honestly didn't have a clue how it was going to end - but you won't be disappointed, jaw, drop moments all the way through. I thought I had my top 10 thi...
  • Tez
    1970-01-01
    ALL THE GASLIGHTING.Also, wealthy people have the means to be creepier than the average stalker.
  • Jules
    1970-01-01
    Having recently read Until You’re Mine, I was really looking forward to reading this novel, and I was not disappointed. In fact, this one both gripped & traumatised me more than Until You’re Mine, probably not helped by there being a creepy controlling stalker who is into redheads with tattoos. I’m so glad I was not a character in this story, as due to my physical appearance, I don’t think my future would be very promising!This novel has ...
  • Claire
    1970-01-01
    Review: You Belong to Me by Samantha Hayes Publication Date: 12th March 2015 Publisher: Century ISBN: 978-1780893396 Source: Publisher via NetGalley Rating: 5* Synopsis:The compelling new psychological suspense novel featuring DI Lorraine Fisher, from the author of Until You’re Mine and Before You Die. Perfect for fans of S J Watson and Sophie Hannah. Fleeing the terrors of her former life, Isabel has left England, and at last is...
  • Philomena Callan Cheekypee
    1970-01-01
    This is my first Samantha Hayes book and I'm certainly gonna be reading more as this was a fantastic story. I don't think I've read any books with a female detective but DI Lorraine Fisher is wonderful. This really was a gripping read. I read this one night as I couldn't put it down. If you like psychological thrillers then this is definitely a must read. Samantha certainly knows how to mess with your head- I love them kinda books. The twists and...
  • Anne
    1970-01-01
    In September 2013, I read my first ever book by Samantha Hayes. That was Until You're Mine - the first in this series with DI Lorraine Fisher and her family at its centre. I really loved it, enthusiastically reviewed it, and vowed to read more of her books. I then got my hands on Before You Die, the second in this series - but you won't find my review of that one anywhere. Between you and me, I really didn't enjoy it at all - it almost felt like ...
  • Book Addict Shaun
    1970-01-01
    Before You Die by Samantha Hayes was one of the first books I reviewed on my blog and despite still having not read Until You're Mine I was thrilled to see You Belong to Me on NetGalley and couldn't wait to get started with it. I read the first 200 pages in one sitting, another hundred in the bath and the remainder just before sitting down to write this review. You know, I knew Samantha Hayes was capable of writing a twisted book, and that she wa...
  • Anne
    1970-01-01
    You Belong To Me by Samantha Hayes was published by Century in paperback on 12 March 2015, and is the third in a series that features DCI Lorraine Fisher. I was a little unsure how I would fare with this one as I haven't read the first two in the series; Until You're Mine (June 2013) and Before You Die (April 2014). I was assured that You Belong To Me works perfectly as a stand alone story, so I got stuck in. I really had no need to worry, in fac...
  • Jo Reason
    1970-01-01
    I have read a couple of Samanthas book in the past, Until youre Mine & What You Left Behind and I loved them, great writing, and have recently read her short story No Way Out (review to come soon) but this one, You Belong To Me is the best so far, Gripping and twisty, I was so surprised when I got to the end, I had no idea.I enjoy the character of DI Lorraine Fisher, she is real, a family person with all her faults and vulnerabilities. The perspe...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    This is the fifth book I've read by this author so I knew this book would be good and I certainly wasn't disappointed. The author has you gripped from beginning to end. I got quite big headed in the middle of the book as I thought I knew who was behind the murders but as usual the author puts in a twist at the end that you don't see coming. Another brilliant story by this fantastic author that will have you sat on the edge of your seat.
  • Dawn Gregory
    1970-01-01
    Got a bit confused towards the end of the book still a good read though
  • Katherine Sunderland
    1970-01-01
    I am a Samantha Hayes fan and although I have only read a couple of her titles, I have bought more and am saving them up for when I need a "go to" thriller that I know will grip me and hold me in a suitable mode of suspense and tension for the duration of the pages. This is the second in a series featuring DI Lorraine Fisher, but I haven't read the first book and it didn't affect my understanding - it seemed to work equally well as a standalone n...
  • Lainy
    1970-01-01
    Time taken to read - 3 days Publisher - CenturyPages - 496Blurb from GoodreadsThe compelling new psychological suspense novel featuring DI Lorraine Fisher, from the author of Until You’re Mine and Before You Die.Isabel left England to escape her past. For the first time in months, she's beginning to feel safe. But then a letter shatters her world once more as she learns of her parents' death in a car crash. Reluctantly she returns home, unable ...
  • Joanne Robertson
    1970-01-01
    As soon as Samantha Hayes has a new book out then I will buy it-there are only a handful of authors I can say that about. I have read everything she has written since I read Blood Ties (written as Sam Hayes). Her books have followed a slightly different approach since she started to write about DI Lorraine Fisher. I loved "Until you're mine" but felt slightly disappointed by the follow up "Before you die". This book is back to her twisty turny be...
  • Shell Baker
    1970-01-01
    You belong To Me is my first book that I have read by Samantha Hayes having read lots of fab reviews about it, I couldn't wait to get stuck in to in. I read this in two sittings and was totally gripped from the beginning. I liked how the book is written from several points of view Firstly D.I. Lorraine Fisher who struggling with her job, stress and anxiety then Isabel who falls in love with Felix last but not least Felix. Then has the story unfol...
  • Michelle Ryles
    1970-01-01
    This was a really good psychological thriller. It was really creepy at times and I found that I was becoming suspicious of everyone, even the police. I could feel the tension building with every page turn and when Felix was introduced my suspicious mind went into overdrive!This was the first Samantha Hayes book I have read but it is the third containing the character DCI Lorraine Fisher. I didn't feel like I needed to have read the two earlier bo...
  • Kelly (purplebookstand)
    1970-01-01
    First of all let me start by saying that although this is the third book in the DI Lorraine Fisher series, I haven't read the first two and it didn't affect my enjoyment of the book. It can be read as a standalone. This book gets a big WOW from me! I really love a good psychological thriller and I could not put this one down. The chapters in the book flit between the different characters. You begin to build up a picture of what is going on, and t...
  • Sara
    1970-01-01
    What a great read! Creepy, playing with your mind but not scary!Isabel has been living abroad in fear of a previous abusive lover Felix. She returns to the UK because of bad news. She is petrified that Felix will somehow make his way back into her life.Lorraine Fisher is the Detective Inspector (DI) who is troubled by a case that she was unable to solve and feels she has let the victims down. It is causing her some health issues.Isabel and Lorrai...
  • Ann Cooper
    1970-01-01
    This is not my usual reading genre but it hooked me and kept me to the very last page. I raced through it! I normally don't like reading books written in 1st person present tense, but I soon got used to it. And enjoyed the fact that all the main characters shared the narrative. It is a story about stalking and possession and very, very scary at times. As a psychological thriller it ticks all the boxes. I felt so sorry for the women - Alex and Izz...
  • Pat
    1970-01-01
    What a horrible, horrible story. I mean it was well done but I really felt for Isabel, being so manipulated and controlled by that man. He absolutely destroyed her and seemed not to understand or care about the damage his obsession was causing the poor woman whom he targets for his toxic brand of "love".Its one of those train wreck stories that you know are going to end badly. I, and I imagine many other readers had trouble understanding why Isab...
  • Helen (TBC)
    1970-01-01
    A gripping read with a good twisty plot. You Belong to Me is a well written suspenseful story of obsession, mind control and manipulation - extremely creepy and chilling. Told from the perspectives of the three main characters it is well crafted with a good pace and lots of twists. I liked the realistic character of D I Lorraine Fisher, a determined and clever woman who suffers from stress as a result of juggling her demanding career and the need...
  • Sue McQuaide Kitt
    1970-01-01
    As a huge lover of psychological thrillers, I like to think I can see where the plot is going at times, but with You Belong to Me, it had me believing at times that I was going crazy. The twists and turns were all over the place and I never saw the final one coming and left me gasping.I did at times find this book a bit of a slow burner but it sure did pick up its pace, even though a bit unbelievable at times, but still very enjoyable and all mad...
  • Claire Lanni
    1970-01-01
    This has to be my top read of 2015. This is the first book I have read by Samantha Hayes and it won't be the last. Although it appears to form part of a series of books containing the character DI Lorraine Fisher I don't think my enjoyment was marred by not having read the other two.From page 2 of the prologue I was hooked! It is such an easy read and well written. So much so I could picture myself in all situations and surroundings written about...
  • Hayley
    1970-01-01
    This was absolutely gripping. Isabel returns back to the uk after receiving the devastating news that her parents have been killed in a car crash, with her stalker ex boyfriend being left in a coma after his reckless driving. She is damaged following her ex's stalker antics and is still extremely paranoid about him watching her, despite his coma state.Then he wakes up...This was a really page turner and as per usual with Hayes, I didn't see the i...
  • Tanya
    1970-01-01
    This book was a bit of a struggle to get through. It was very slow, repetitive and quite unbelievable. On the positive side, the ending totally took me by surprise. This is my 3rd book by this author. 'Until Your Mine' was excellent. I wasn't even able to finish 'Before You Die' due to how dull I found it. I read this book in hopes that I would enjoy it as much as the first book I read by her, but it just didn't happen. Unfortunately, it was just...