Shadow Woman

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Piatkus, 2012 - Conspiracies - 336 pages
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Lizette Henry wakes up one morning and doesn't recognise the reflection staring back at her in the mirror. She isn't suffering from amnesia; she remembers who she is, what she did the day before, her parents, where she grew up - everything. But who she is, is not who she sees.

Alarmed, she begins searching her house for something - anything - that will match what she remembers. There is nothing. And yet there is nothing in her life that seems abnormal, except herself.

She could be crazy, but her instincts are telling her this isn't the case. Some women might make an appointment with a psychiatrist, but Zette isn't 'some women.' Deep inside she knows she isn't the face in the mirror, and that she has to find out the truth, before it's too late . . .

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Loved the plot and characters! - LibraryThing
The premise is reasonably promising. - LibraryThing
I enjoyed the plot line and it did keep my interest. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

This story had a good premise but the plot advanced way too slow with lots of speculation until about halfway when things picked up and it got rather exciting. Lizzette wakes up to find her face isn't hers and she doesn't know that Xavier has been monitoring her every movement. Read full review

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User Review  - whybehave2002 - LibraryThing

A little confusing initially but it continues to build on the story and has an unexpected ending. I really enjoyed it. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Linda Howard is an award-winning NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author. She lives in Alabama with her husband.

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