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I have read many of the author's novels and have yet to be disappointed. She is a born storyteller, who is able to craft sustainable and suspenseful romantic mysteries that rival those of Mary Higgins Clark. I am definitely a fan.
In this novel, Brook Yaeger, a beautiful twenty something, has tried to overcome a past that was filled with great sadness, as she first lost her beloved father to illness and then, later, her gentle mother, when she was murdered by her step-father. Brook, a little girl at the time, escaped death at his hands by a stroke of luck.
Now, fifteen years later, people Brook knows are suddenly meeting unexpected, violent deaths. When one of her co-workers, who just happens to be Brook's doppelganger, is murdered, Brook is convinced that her step-father, Zach Tavell, who has suddenly escaped from prison, is stalking her and trying to kill her. Brook knows that her luck has run out.
The book has many twists and turns and, as often happens in the author's novels, the reader can certainly expect the unexpected. The story line movies at a brisk pace and is well-plotted. The reader will be fully caught up in the story that the author has woven.