Dead Ringers by Christopher Golden - author of Snowblind and Tin Men - will thrill fans of Dean Koontz, Peter Straub and Stephen King - and chill them to the bone. Here is a haunted house novel with a deadly new spin.
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.
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by on October 25, 2016
- Headline, November 2015
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