How can you trust the person in the mirror when the eyes looking back aren’t your own?
Stephanie Courtland has two very secret, very dangerous girlfriends who haunt her life with extreme compulsions and mysterious blackouts. She doesn’t question what she does during these periods, but she dreams of blood on her hands. She has sharper memories of Ray Franklin, the man who molested her as a child and brutally killed her mother. The experience altered her in ways no one suspected and made her forever wary of men.
She’s about to face a deadly dilemma: Franklin is free from prison and there’s a new man in her life.
Marcus Graham is an ultra-wealthy investor and his selection of Courtland’s advertising agency for a multi-million-dollar project is motivated by her creativity and beauty. The deal is a dangerous one: Graham’s former agency doesn’t like losing and will do almost anything, including murder, to regain his business. Courtland’s girlfriends react poorly to anything that threatens her and if she loses control of them what price will she be willing to pay? She’ll need to decide quickly – they’re all about to be caught up in a string of gruesome murders and a pair of killers heading for their doorstep.
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Michael McDonald-Low has investigated some of the most important and complicated unsolved mysteries – U.S. soldiers MIA: missing in action. McDonald-Low has an extensive writing background having published extreme sports magazines for over twenty-five years. His non-fiction book, Unaccounted, was the end result of his five-year journey to solve a MIA mystery from forty-four years ago.
Dr. Jeremy Senske, PsyD, has been in the mental health field in various professional capacities for twenty years. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in Washington State and has been in private practice for the past nine years. Dr. Senske attended graduate School at Argosy University, Seattle, and achieved a MA in Clinical Psychology and a PsyD in Clinical Psychology.