Mirrored Image

Mirrored Image Their faces were the same Will their fates be as well The uncanny resemblance between eccentric newspaper columnist Cassandra Chase and a murder victim gives Detective Jeff McMichaels the haunting sus

  • Title: Mirrored Image
  • Author: Alice K. Arenz
  • ISBN: 9780982483275
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • Their faces were the same Will their fates be as well The uncanny resemblance between eccentric newspaper columnist Cassandra Chase and a murder victim gives Detective Jeff McMichaels the haunting suspicion that there is a link between the two women As he is increasingly drawn to Cassie, a rash of attacks leads him to conclude that she was the murderer s real mark and tTheir faces were the same Will their fates be as well The uncanny resemblance between eccentric newspaper columnist Cassandra Chase and a murder victim gives Detective Jeff McMichaels the haunting suspicion that there is a link between the two women As he is increasingly drawn to Cassie, a rash of attacks leads him to conclude that she was the murderer s real mark and to wonder if he can keep her alive.

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    1. Every once in a while you run across a book that holds you captive. The cover, the blurb on the back, and most especially the book. This is one of those.In a way, Mirrored Image reminds me of Alice K Arenz, aka A.K. Arenz. As A.K. Arenz, Alice wrote cozy mysteries--the kind that keep you grinning while you read and enjoy the mystery. As Alice, it's spine-tingling, edge of the seat, keep you guessing until the last chapter writing. (And I'll try not to use any more old, tired cliche's.)Cassie Cha [...]

    2. What does Cassie, a newspaper journalist have in common with a murder victim? Is it perhaps they are a mirror image of each other? Has the right woman been murdered or was the intended target Cassie? This is just a couple of questions that Detective Jeff McDaniels needs to have answered. A great who-dun-it with a cast of many characters all who seem to have something to hidees, secrets, affairs. A little romance and a little faith-based writing. I have to admit that a couple of secondary charac [...]

    3. Outstanding! It is rare that I find a good "Who Dunnit" that I can't figure out right way! I love the interesting collection of characters, and the twists that tie them together. I couldn't put it down until I finished the very last page. Her writing is excellent and she paints word portraits of her cast as well as Di Vinci paints with oil. I could clearly see their reflections in my mind and the look on their faces as they reflected their dismay and annimosity. I must add, this was not too "pre [...]

    4. Mirrored Image has more twists and turns than when my hair was permed. Just as you think you one something figured out, Ms. Arenz adds something new to the mystery. Then to keep it even more interesting, she adds enough romance to have you fantasizing how this romance will blossom. She does it without being sappy about the romance.I especially appreciated her characterizations which developed well with the mystery, including the murdered woman's character. I seldom consider giving a novel 5 star [...]

    5. Alice K. Arenz has created such an intricate web of relationships and secrets that that one of the detectives complains he needs a scorecard. But everything unfolds clearly for the reader.Cassie is a perky character and I liked her from the beginning, and while I couldn’t guess “whodunit” I had fun speculating on the various possibilities.The puzzle is set in the prologue, where we see the victim dying. From her thoughts and those of at least two unnamed individuals, we have enough to lead [...]

    6. It's been said that every person has a look-alike living somewhere else in the world. What if your look-alike lived in the same town and suddenly turned up dead? Cassandra Chase, this book's main character, gets the opportunity to answer that question as a newspaper reporter when junior high teacher Lynette Sandler is found murdered.Without giving away too much information and spoiling it for others, this book is filled with twists and turns that the reader will never see coming. Situations are [...]

    7. This book is in the 3rd Collection of Forget Me Not RomanceI like NCIS n crime shows but the bottom line is someone writes these scripts. So I am in awe of the author putting together such a plot in writing for people to read. To put together the characters n work the criminal scenes n thoughts. Amazes me how long the process would take to put this together. (knowing in reality so much unsolved n injustice cases there are). The secrets of the characters in this story was revealed through the pag [...]

    8. Finished Mirrored Image, great treatment of a highly complex plot an edge of the seat mystery with the killer still on the loose. Fast paced tale with lots of surprises, twists, secrets and a bit of romance which is well handled. Christian authors can grab ya and not let go till the final curtain comes down. A must read for the doubters.

    9. I could not get into this thriller. The story line was good but I just don't feel like the author delivered. The conversations were all over the place. A lot of people loved this book, I just couldn't get into it.

    10. This book was okay, but I had trouble keeping all the characters straight. I had to keep going back and reviewing who each one was. A lot of them are only mentioned in passing and then they end up being important at the end.

    11. It is scary to think that something like this could actually happen. What a great story with great characters.

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