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Release date: 1/7/2021
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Deeply in love, a chic Parisian lifestyle before her. Now she’s facing prison for murder.
It’s three days since dual national Mel des Pittones threw in her job as an intelligence analyst with the French special forces to marry financial trader Gérard Rohlbert. But her dream turns to nightmare in London when she wakes to find him dead in bed beside her.
Her horror deepens when she’s accused of his murder. Met Police detective Jeff McCracken wants to pin Gérard’s death on her. Mel must track down the real killer, even if that means being forced to work with the obnoxious McCracken.
But as she unpicks her fiancé’s past, she discovers his shocking secret life. To get to the truth, she has to go undercover and finds almost everybody around her is hiding a second self.
Mel can trust nobody. Can she uncover the real killer before they stop her?
A stunning new thriller from the author of the award-winning Roma Nova series, fans of Daniel Silva, Stella Rimington and Chris Pavone will love Double Identity.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
writes award-winning thrillers
featuring tough but compassionate heroines.
Her nine-book Roma Nova series
is set in an imaginary European country
where a remnant of the ancient Roman Empire
has survived into the 21st century
and is ruled by women who face conspiracy,
revolution and heartache but with a sharp line in dialogue.
She blends her deep love of France with six years’ military service
and a life of reading crime, historical and thriller fiction.
On the way, she collected a BA in modern languages and an MA in history.
Alison now lives in Poitou in France, the home of the heroine of her latest two contemporary thrillers, Double Identity and Double Pursuit. Oh, and she’s writing the next Roma Nova story.
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Thank you for a fantastic review, Amy. More than that, I'm delighted you enjoyed reading Double Identity.ReplyDelete