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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Safe House
  • Jo Jakeman
  • 04 January 2019
  • 1787300897

10 thoughts on “Safe House

  1. Maureen says:

    3.5 stars When Steffi Finn provided a false alibi for her controlling boyfriend Lee Fisher, she had no idea how bad that decision was, but it sees them both serve a prison sentence, and in Steffi s case it comes with numerous death threats too On her release from prison she assumes a new identity under the name of Charlie Miller, and moves hundreds of miles away from her home in Sheffield to a small village on the Cornish coast Initially Charlie keeps herself to herself, but as with most s 3.5 stars When Steffi Finn provided a false alibi for her controlling boyfriend Lee Fisher, she had no idea how bad that decision was, but it sees them both serve a prison sentence, and in Steffi s case it comes with numerous death threats too On her release from prison she assumes a new identity under the name of Charlie Miller, and moves hundreds of miles away from her home in Sheffield to a small village on the Cornish coast Initially Charlie keeps herself to herself, but as with most small villages it isn t that easy Her neighbours are keen to see who s bought the run down house and when they pay her a call, they want to know all about her Eventually Charlie begins to integrate, but there s always the fear that someone will recognise her and added to that, she also believes that she s being watched.Told in the form of dual timelines that very slowly reveal Charlie s and Lee s backstory, there were some very tense moments, along with lots of interesting characters, some of whom have you questioning their motives towards Charlie Although I felt the storyline lost it s way a little towards the middle, it definitely picked up again leading to a fast paced conclusion Thank you to Netgalley and Random House UK for my ARC I have given an honest unbiased review in exchange

  2. Kaceey says:

    3.5 Is it possible to simply start over Steffi Finn trusted the wrong man Young, foolish and in love, she ignores all the obvious warning signs Something about love being blind This, despite the fact that young local women are being murdered And when the police came knocking Well, what s a love struck girl to do Naturally Steffi quickly gives her boyfriend the alibi he desperately needs I mean, he couldn t be guiltyright No big surprise when everything goes sideways, and Steffi su 3.5 Is it possible to simply start over Steffi Finn trusted the wrong man Young, foolish and in love, she ignores all the obvious warning signs Something about love being blind This, despite the fact that young local women are being murdered And when the police came knocking Well, what s a love struck girl to do Naturally Steffi quickly gives her boyfriend the alibi he desperately needs I mean, he couldn t be guiltyright No big surprise when everything goes sideways, and Steffi suddenly finds herself the most despised woman in the UK This begs the obvious question why didn t she come forward Why would she allow her boyfriend to keep murdering innocent girls Found guilty of hindering an investigation and just released from prison, Steffi quickly changes her identity She moves to a small village hoping not to be recognized Despite the major changes, she still feels compelled to keep looking over her shoulder.This is the second book I ve read by Jo Jakeman Her previous release, The Ex s Revenge had a completely different feel to it Nothing wrong with that Once I moved past the differences in style I was able to sit back and enjoy I look forward to her next release A buddy read with Susanne.Thank you to Elisha at Berkley Publishing for an ARC to read and review

  3. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    This is riveting, interesting, fast pacing story It is not mind blowing kind of terrifying, nail biter but mostly it is really well written and capturing your focus It starts as five starred reading with intriguing plot, good characterization you deeply feel for Steffi a.k.a Charlie but in the middle you just lose your interest and it drops to 2 or 3 starred reading and thankfully ending was satisfying and it hooks you again and you tell yourself Okay, that is not one of the best thrillers This is riveting, interesting, fast pacing story It is not mind blowing kind of terrifying, nail biter but mostly it is really well written and capturing your focus It starts as five starred reading with intriguing plot, good characterization you deeply feel for Steffi a.k.a Charlie but in the middle you just lose your interest and it drops to 2 or 3 starred reading and thankfully ending was satisfying and it hooks you again and you tell yourself Okay, that is not one of the best thrillers that I ve read but it s still above the average Beginning 5 Middle 3 Ending 3 Average 11 3 3.66 stars rounded up 4 See, I m always fair with my grading system Well, this book captivates your attention from the first pages with its promising start Steffi Finn provides false alibi to her boyfriend Lee Fisher but guess what She got caught, serving prison time and throughout her locked up years, gettingdeath threats So as a precaution, she changes her name as Charlie Miller, moving to a small village on Cornish coast named Sheffield And she always checks her back, beingparanoid than before, scaring that someone at the town may find out who she is and she is right, somebody is watching her She is not safe any Maybe she should stay at the prison We re moving back and forth between present time Charlie s new life her interaction with town s people, their prying, noisy, questioning attitudes, her fears not to be recognized and raising tension that somebody is adamant to avenge her And the flashbacks help us know about her and Lee s relationship dynamics, the reasoning behind her false alibi But as I said before, the author lost the essence of the story and she kept stalling as if she wanted to gain some time till something comes to her mind But thankfully she finally takes the control of the story where she left of at last chapters and finished it with heart throbbing, exciting, action packed ending So I highly suggest you if you get bored in the middle of the book, please keep going, be patient because it s worth it It s good written book with well rounded, interesting supporting characters And at the end, you feel relieved the story concludes at some reliable point Special thanks to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing Group for sharing this ARC COPY with me in exchange my honest review

  4. Susanne Strong says:

    3.75 StarsSometimes, no matter what the circumstance, you should trust your instincts Every Step You TakeEvery Move You MakeEvery Breath You Take I ll Be Watching YouThe Police, 1983 Charlie Miller desperately needs to start fresh An ex con, with a new name, Charlie Miller is now living in a small Cornish village far from her home Charlie was once known as Steffi Finn, girlfriend to serial murderer, Lee Steffi was accused of giving a false alibi to the police and served two years in prison T 3.75 StarsSometimes, no matter what the circumstance, you should trust your instincts Every Step You TakeEvery Move You MakeEvery Breath You Take I ll Be Watching YouThe Police, 1983 Charlie Miller desperately needs to start fresh An ex con, with a new name, Charlie Miller is now living in a small Cornish village far from her home Charlie was once known as Steffi Finn, girlfriend to serial murderer, Lee Steffi was accused of giving a false alibi to the police and served two years in prison The press crucified her and now years later, even though she moved away and made new friends, she still has to watch her back Safe House by Jo Jakeman, is told in present tense, with flashbacks to Steffi s past This novel is what I would describe as a character study wrapped into a slowly evolving suspense novel I quite enjoyed the way this novel was told as I love character driven novels, though it may not be for everyone Though I guessed certain plot points, it didn t take away from my enjoyment of this novel Having read Jo Jakeman s debut, The Exe s Revenge I will admit that I liked that novel a tad bitthan Safe House though I am now a true fan and will read whatever Ms Jakeman writes.Another buddy read with Kaceey Thank you to Berkley Publishing Group for the arc Published on Goodreads on 3.6.20

  5. Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader says:

    Steffi is guilty of giving her ex a false alibi, and she s going into hiding in a seaside village She buys an old cottage and gives herself a new name, Charlie Miller She s mostly a recluse.In the past, Charlie served two years for providing the false alibi She didn t believe her boyfriend was guilty, but she was wrong, and now she just wants to start over.Eventually, Charlie gets to know her neighbors and comes out of her shell All the while, she feels as if she s being watched A friend of Steffi is guilty of giving her ex a false alibi, and she s going into hiding in a seaside village She buys an old cottage and gives herself a new name, Charlie Miller She s mostly a recluse.In the past, Charlie served two years for providing the false alibi She didn t believe her boyfriend was guilty, but she was wrong, and now she just wants to start over.Eventually, Charlie gets to know her neighbors and comes out of her shell All the while, she feels as if she s being watched A friend of hers disappears, and she is forced to face her past.Safe House is fast paced and riveting It s a suspenseful, character driven mystery, and I enjoyed all the creepy, watching you vibes, and the originality of the story that kept me guessing I received a gifted copy All opinions are my own.Many of my reviews can also be found on my blog www.jennifertarheelreader.com and instagram www.instagram.com tarheelreader

  6. Katie B says:

    3.5 starsLoved the premise for this one as it s about a woman who just got out of prison for providing a false alibi She s looking to start over under a new name and in a new town but someone out there thinks she got off too easy Better watch your back lady The story lost a bit of steam starting somewhere in the second half but things definitely got interesting towards the end Steffi Finn needs a fresh start She gave a false alibi to police when they came around asking questions about her b 3.5 starsLoved the premise for this one as it s about a woman who just got out of prison for providing a false alibi She s looking to start over under a new name and in a new town but someone out there thinks she got off too easy Better watch your back lady The story lost a bit of steam starting somewhere in the second half but things definitely got interesting towards the end Steffi Finn needs a fresh start She gave a false alibi to police when they came around asking questions about her boyfriend, Lee Even though she came clean once she realized Lee was a murderer, she still was sentenced to two years in prison Once she is released, she can t go back to her old life because the case made national news and to say she isn t well liked is putting it mildly She moves to a small village and changes her name to Charlie Miller She doesn t want to get too friendly with her neighbors just in case they figure out her real identity Unfortunately, it s not too long before Charlie feels like she is being watched Is she being paranoid for no reason The story alternates between a few characters but it mainly shows Charlie in the present day adjusting to her new life, and also back when she was Steffi and the things that led up to her being sent to prison I thought Charlie Steffi was a fairly likable character and you couldn t help but feel sorry for her I liked this book a littlethan the author s previous book, The Exes Revenge The story for the most part doesn t feel so far fetched Because of the way the author set up the story, you feel like you know basically what is going to happen but you still want to see it play out I didn t think the second half of the book was as strong as the first, but don t lose faith as the ending wasn t dull.I wouldn t necessarily say this is a must read but it definitely made for a good book to curl up on the couch with while drinking some hot chocolate.Thank you to Berkley for providing me with an advance copy in exchange for an honest review

  7. Louise Wilson says:

    Steffi has just been released from prison She buys a run down cottage that she intends to renovate herself She changes her name to Charlie and starts her new life in a small Cornish village She soon starts to make new friends, even with the grumpy old man who lives next door But then strange things start to happen around her She feels that she is being watched Has her past came back to haunt her.There s quite a lot of backstory to contend with There are parts that seem to drag on Charlie Steffi has just been released from prison She buys a run down cottage that she intends to renovate herself She changes her name to Charlie and starts her new life in a small Cornish village She soon starts to make new friends, even with the grumpy old man who lives next door But then strange things start to happen around her She feels that she is being watched Has her past came back to haunt her.There s quite a lot of backstory to contend with There are parts that seem to drag on Charlie s character is complex There were so many characters that could have been the culprit in this story, I just couldn t guess who it was The storyline is intriguing and it gets better and better as the story unfolds The dual timeline enables us to understand Charlie s background better, her time in prison and trying to make a new life for herself I don t think anyone can escape their past There is always someone who will recognise you This is a fantastic read.I would like to thank NetGalley, Random House UK, Vintage Publishing and the author Jo Jakeman for my ARC in exchange for an honest review

  8. Mandy White says:

    Safe House by Jo Jakeman This book was an enjoyable enough read but it never really captured me, the beginning was good but I felt that in the middle it got a bit slow and then then the ending felt rushed and way over the top I was expecting a lotfrom the story from the synopsis Charlie is new to the small remote Cornish town and ready for a new start She has just been released from prison where she was serving time for providing her then boyfriend Lee a false alibi Back then she was Safe House by Jo Jakeman This book was an enjoyable enough read but it never really captured me, the beginning was good but I felt that in the middle it got a bit slow and then then the ending felt rushed and way over the top I was expecting a lotfrom the story from the synopsis Charlie is new to the small remote Cornish town and ready for a new start She has just been released from prison where she was serving time for providing her then boyfriend Lee a false alibi Back then she was Steffi and her boyfriend turned out to be a murderer Charming Now she wants to put all that behind her and get on with her life She plans to keep to herself but the residents of the small town start to become part of her life She is renovating a house and gets invited to join the book club I did love the cafe where this was held heaven But she has the feeling she is being watched and strange things start to happen to her Thanks to Random House UK, Vintage Publishing and NetGalley for my advanced copy of this book to read All opinions are my own and are in no way biased

  9. Emma says:

    Steffi Finn was in love with her man So when he told her that the police were trying to fit him up for something he hadn t done, she lied for him Said he was with her all night Because that s what you do, right You protect the ones you care about Most of all, you believe them In cases like this, you have to believe them Otherwise those questions about missing women mean there s something a whole lot worse going on than you just making a mistake.And boy was she ever wrong, with a prison s Steffi Finn was in love with her man So when he told her that the police were trying to fit him up for something he hadn t done, she lied for him Said he was with her all night Because that s what you do, right You protect the ones you care about Most of all, you believe them In cases like this, you have to believe them Otherwise those questions about missing women mean there s something a whole lot worse going on than you just making a mistake.And boy was she ever wrong, with a prison sentence to prove it.Now she s out New name New life A chance to start again But someone thinks she doesn t deserve it They re going to show her what it really means to be sorry.This is a book that plays skilfully with perspective Not just through multiple POV, different timelines, or the addition of newspaper articles, which were all important factors in building the picture, but in the way the very idea of someone can be altered by what you think you know about them Or what they know about themselves Of course, that s a staple of psychological thrillers, but it s well done here For Charlie, paranoia rules Her entire world, her system of belief and understanding of self, was invalidated by one choice to trust her boyfriend Nothing can be a coincidence any, suspicion colours her every interaction She has to wonder whether those around her are interested, intrusive, or just plain dangerous Do they know about her If so, what do they think andimportantly, what are they doing to do And if they don t, what happens when they find out When you re just out of prison and the only opportunity you have left is on the line, every moment seems loaded with significance, with threat even Neither Charlie nor the reader know what s real Is there someone out to get her, or is it all a product of her anxious mind This new Charlie, characterised by disbelief and distrust, is powerfully contrasted by the old version of herself Poor Steffi, desperate for love and attention, unguarded and easy to manipulate The flashbacks to her past providethan a few signs of abuse and control, her murderous ex and his form of coercive love clear for us to see, if not so obvious to Steffi herself And here lies the interesting bit if you heard on the news that a woman had alibied her guy when he was out killing women, what would you think Perhaps that she was stupid Or maybe that she knew Even though we experience what Steffi did, know what she thought or saw, still it s hard not to blame her Come on now, how could she not see Right That s the sandbox the book plays in so well What we know in the book vs what we know ourselves And the realisation that we could so easily be Steffi makes it all so deliciously uncomfortable After all, how well can you really know somebody On top of that, it s surprisingly funny, withthan a dash of dark humour Steffi Charlie brings conflicting feelings but is engaging throughout, while the side characters all have that something that makes them vividly rendered in the mind s eye The slow build pacing means that the final reveal crashes in like a tidal wave, demolishing all the hints and possibilities, then receding to leave the truth battered and bruised on the sand It works well enough but isn t entirely satisfying Probablythanks to the change in pacing than any failure to round out the story In fact, the biggest issue I had with the book overall is that I loved the opening scene with DC Naz Apkarian and DC Angus Harper so much that I was disappointed that it wasn t their show They had immediate appeal, the classic cop duo with attitude all day long Let Charlie have her new life, I d rather see what Naz and Angus have to offer.Safe House is a twisty, suspenseful thriller that has you questioning everything Even yourself.ARC via Netgalley

  10. Bella Jones says:

    This is essentially the story of a naive woman who served 10 months after giving a false alibi to her controlling boyfriend She is released from prison, assumes a new name and moves to a village in Cornwall to start afresh She s bought a run down cottage she plans to renovate herself, but will she be able to have a 2nd chance or will her past catch up with her This isn t exactly a traditional thriller, the plot is taut but the tension comes on quite gently and is interspersed with some heart w This is essentially the story of a naive woman who served 10 months after giving a false alibi to her controlling boyfriend She is released from prison, assumes a new name and moves to a village in Cornwall to start afresh She s bought a run down cottage she plans to renovate herself, but will she be able to have a 2nd chance or will her past catch up with her This isn t exactly a traditional thriller, the plot is taut but the tension comes on quite gently and is interspersed with some heart warming events I found it a compelling read mainly because of how it s structured, the main story line is concerned with events after Charlie s release from prison but is interspersed with flashback episodes showing the lead up to her incarceration, and also with an unknown voice of menace.I found themes in this book to be quite thought provoking, Charlie s sentence was a surprise to her legal team and a surprise to me Is naivety a crime Were her legal team unable to demonstrate she had been in a controlling, coercive relationship Why does the media so love to vilify Overall I found the story to be interesting and believable, with compelling characters I found Charlie adjusting to life without regulations to be very persuasive, the one drawback for me was how quickly and easily she settled into her new community despite claiming she wanted to keep herself to herself and becareful about blindly trusting people I found this novel a real page turner, I enjoyed how well thought out the plot was and the clever twists along the way I recommend it as an original, thought provoking thriller

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