Sandra Brown’s ‘Mirror Image’ Delivers a Classic Case of Mistaken Identity [REVIEW]

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A plane crash leaves a woman unrecognizable in Sandra Brown’s classic tale, Mirror Image. (Photo courtesy Canva)

In Sandra Brown’s classic tale of romantic suspense, Mirror Image, the thrills just don’t stop. First, there’s the plane crash. Then our heroine awakens in the hospital with a new face. Now there’s a killer on the loose and her life is in jeopardy once again. Will the terror ever end? You’ll have to read the book to find out!

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Fasten Your Seat Belts Before Reading Karen Robards’ Nail-Biting Thriller ‘Darkness’ [REVIEW]

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Karen Robards taps into our deepest fears in DARKNESS. (Photo by English Rose247, Flickr)

Karen Robards’ latest novel, Darkness, captivated me from the very first sentence. “It was an ordinary flight, on an ordinary day, full of ordinary people. Until it wasn’t.” Then the unthinkable happens and the plan crashes into the mountains. No one knows why. As someone who is already a nervous flier, this story line had my palms sweating right from the start.  Read more of this post