Book 1 of this compelling psychological suspense series. Secrets, guilt, shame and thrill await young married Terry when he chances across his double. Who is he, and can Terry transform his humdrum life to match that shinier one? Sorely tempted to search his origins, he ignores the warnings, and opens a Pandora’s Box of home truths. These unleash unruly forces, some within himself. Guiltily attempting to share his discoveries with Gudrun, his awkward wife, he’s shocked to discover her own dark secrets. Who is at fault, and which of the many colourful characters around him will be affected? Book One of this captivating, but subtly disturbing psychological series will compel you to examine your conscience. Moral dilemmas, bizarre, humorous situations and a labyrinth of human mysteries propel you towards the next in the series. “Highly recommended” San Francisco Review of Books. If you loved The Dilemma and Girl on a Train, this series is for you.
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Rosalind Minett was a psychologist under her other name who turned to writing fiction on retirement. She is the author of A Relative Invasion, the WW2 historical trilogy, (Brag medallion, Runner up in the Yeovil Prize (novels), and also the paired Me-Time Tales/Curious Men, the satirical collection of short stories. She lives in SW England where she enjoys painting and sculpture and walking in the scenic surroundings, as well as spending time with her large family.