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Publisher's Summary

Terrifying secrets and a stunning mystery power this pause-resister from the New York Times number-one best seller.
When prize-winning photojournalist Jordan Glass chances upon a portrait by an unknown artist in Hong Kong, she is shocked. The face staring back at her is her missing identical twin sister.
The painting is part of an exhibition entitled ‘Sleeping Women' and Jordan realizes that the portraits are all of women who have recently disappeared from New Orleans. Electrifying a case previously paralysed by a lack of bodies, this new evidence spurs the FBI's serial killer unit into action.
Teaming up with a forensic psychologist and FBI special agent John Kaiser, Jordan follows the artist's trail, and is forced to confront terrifying secrets about her past in a final stunning showdown.
©2014 Greg Iles (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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Praise for Greg Iles:‘A scorching read' John Grisham‘Iles is a phenomenal thriller writer' Independent on Sunday‘An engrossing page-turning ride' Jeffery Deaver‘A rarity. A thriller that really thrills' Stephen King‘Alarming, believable, and utterly consuming' Dan Brown‘Splendidly creepy … compulsive' Daily Telegraph‘An incredible web of intrigue and suspense, an avalanche of action from first page to last' Clive Cussler
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By sarahmoose2000 on 04-29-15

Struggling Sisters

Photojournalist Jody is viewing an exhibition when she is confronted by an easel depicting her missing twin sister. Can she get the FBI back on board to reopen a lost cause?

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