“I doubt many other psychological thrillers published this year will be as propulsive and fun”
– The Telegraph

“This is a clever mash-up of psychological thriller and police procedural with a dash of sci-fi”
– Daily Mail

She used to be good at faces. So good they paid her. If you were living a lie, she would see it in your eyes. She could spot an impostor at a hundred yards.
And she only had to pass you once in the street to remember your face forever.

The Other You is a high-tech take on a chilling Gothic trope, where the modern world of super recognisers and facial recognition software meets one of our oldest fears.
To meet your doppelgänger once is said to be bad enough. To meet them twice…

The Other You, the mind-bending new thriller from J.S.Monroe, was published in the UK on 9 January 2020 by Head of Zeus

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How do you know who to trust…
…when you don’t even know who you are?
You are outside your front door.
There are strangers in your house.
Then you realise. You can’t remember your name.

“An absorbing novel full of unpredictable twists, topped by a savage climax” – Marcel Berlins, The Times

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Five years ago, Rosa walked to the pier in the dead of night, looked into the swirling water, and jumped. She was a brilliant Cambridge student who had just lost her father. Her death was tragic, but not unexpected. Was that what really happened?

“Cunning, captivating and creepy – a beautifully written thriller” – JP Delaney

“The most ingenious thriller you will read this year. I couldn’t put it down” – M.J.Arlidge


J.S.Monroe is the pseudonym of Jon Stock, who has written six spy thrillers.
His bestselling Daniel Marchant trilogy was optioned by Warner Bros.
To Snare a Spy is a short spy thriller set on the South Cornwall coast.
It was commissioned by The Nare Hotel.

“Exactly what we need from a spy novel now” – Lee Child

“As strong as Bourne, as clever as Bond” – Stephen Gaghan, Oscar-winning screenwriter

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J.S.Monroe/Jon Stock is represented by Will Francis at Janklow & Nesbit
Emily Hayward-Whitlock at The Artists Partnership r
epresents TV and film rights for Find Me, Forget My Name and The Other You