|Dead Ringers : Christopher Golden|
A definite recommendation here; I began reading this on the cross trainer at the gym the other day and all of a sudden an hour had passed and I'd barely noticed!
When Tess Devlin bumps into her ex-husband, she's furious that he seems not to know her.
And then Frank Lindbergh is attacked by an intruder in his home ... an intruder who wears Frank's face.
In the heart of the city, a mansion stands on a hill and behind its wrought-iron fence an evil force is at work, leaving everyone who comes near it hysterical with fear.
But the real terror lies inside the house. Tess and Frank have no choice but to confront a mistake made years ago. A mistake that summoned an ancient evil ... and means even their own reflections could kill them.
As soon as I began this, I was hooked. Frank is kidnapped by his double and has no idea what is going on. Who is this man? Why is he applying for Frank's new job? And whilst Tess knows that this mystery man could not be her ex-husband, who is away in the mountains, but he looks just like him.
The mystery takes a few twists and turns and kept me guessing right until the end. Five stars from me, for sure.