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In the fall of 2012, a homeless woman slipped through the open window of a stranger’s house and made herself at home for six months. The owner did not hear, smell, sense, or see anything out of the ordinary, except for the mysterious disappearance of food, which eventually led her to install surveillance cameras. Soon after, one of the cameras broadcasted the image of her uninvited guest. The police were dispatched. They searched the home from top to bottom and eventually discovered the woman curled up inside a closet.
After hearing this bizarre story, 40-year-old, physical therapist Jasmine Falls concocts a similar scheme, convinced that if that woman could get away with living in a stranger’s house undetected for one hundred and eighty-some days then she can get away with living in her boyfriend’s house for five days, even if he, his wife and two children are there.
A Reginald F. Lewis Museum Book-of-the-Monght, In the Mirror is a provocative, suspenseful, compassionate, and oftentimes humorous tale that takes you on an unforgettable journey into the heart and mind of the other woman as she invades her lover’s home and becomes that proverbial fly on the wall of his life to bear witness to the fact that he is in love with her, not the woman he’s been married to for the past thirteen years. But as the days and nights go by, will Jasmine see what is meant to be or what never should have been?

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