Genre: Mystery & Thriller
Length: 336 pages
First Published: 2021
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I received a complimentary copy of this book from Harper Books. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
As her wedding approaches, Addison isn’t sure if it’s the right thing to do. Years ago, she was discovered on the side of the road with amnesia, and she worries that her past could come back to haunt her. Meanwhile, Julian has never given up searching for his wife who mysteriously vanished. As the two storylines converge, Constantine’s psychological thriller takes some twists that, while completely unbelievable, are at least unpredictable. A quick and easy summer read that didn’t particularly stand out but was still enjoyable.
Addison’s about to get married, but she’s not looking forward to the big day. It’s not her fiancé; he’s a wonderful man. It’s because Addison doesn’t know who she really is. A few years ago, a kind driver found her bleeding next to a New Jersey highway and rescued her. While her physical wounds healed, Addison’s memory never returned. She doesn’t know her real name. Or how she ended up injured on the side of a road. Or why she can’t shake the notion that she may have done something very, very bad . . .
In a posh home in the Boston suburbs, Julian tries to figure out what happened to his loving, caring wife, Cassandra, who disappeared without a trace two years ago. She would never have left him and their seven-year-old daughter Valentina of her own free will—or would she?
As these two lives intersect, The Stranger in the Mirror hooks readers with riveting drama, told with Liv Constantine’s hallmark blend of glamour, tense psychological thrills, and jaw-dropping twists.
About Liv Constantine
Liv Constantine is the pen name of sisters Lynne Constantine and Valerie Constantine. Together, they are the bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish, The Senator’s Wife, The Last Time I Saw You, The Wife Stalker, and The Stranger in the Mirror. Lynne lives in Milford, Connecticut; Valerie in Annapolis, Maryland. Visit the author’s website →