Book Review: ‘The Stranger In The Mirror: A Novel’ By Liv Constantine

The Stranger in the Mirror is the fourth book from Liv Constantine (the writing team of sisters) and it’s another twisty thriller, with a twist you never see coming. I love their novels and this one is as good as the previous ones that include The Wife Stalker, The Last Time I Saw You and The Last Mrs. Parrish. With just four novels under their belt they’re a force to be reckoned with.

Addison is about to be married to Gabriel in Philadelphia. She’s been living her two years now and isn’t all that excited about the marriage. It could have to do with the fact that she has no memory of her past. She arrived her two years ago not knowing who she is. But she knows she does love Gabriel and will go through with it. Then in the blink of an eye things change. Julian’s wife (and they have a seven year old daughter) in Boston, has been missing for two years. While in Philly he spots a picture of Addison and sees that she is his wife Cassandra. He tells her the truth and she still doesn’t remember. He shows her proof and leaves Gabriel and goes to Boston to be with Julian and their daughter. As the days go on Cassandra/Addison starts having vivid memories and thoughts. Julian fills her in on her past but things don’t seem right. And soon Cassandra learns things aren’t what they seem and a shocking flashback twist reveals the truth. And now everyones lives will forever change.

You can pick up The Stranger In The Mirror in stores on Tuesday, July 6th from Harper.

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