Body Double (Mass Market Paperbound)
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"Crime writing at its unputdownable, nerve-tingling best."--Harlan Coben
Boston medical examiner Dr. Maura Isles is shocked to discover that the murdered woman looks exactly like her. For Maura, an only child, a DNA test confirms the startling fact: the mysterious doppelganger is in fact her twin sister. Now an already bizarre homicide investigation becomes a disturbing excursion into a past full of dark secrets and twisted truths. It is a journey that leads Maura to the mother she never knew--an icy and cunning woman who gave Maura life . . . and who just might have a plan to take it away. Don't miss Tess Gerritsen's short story "John Doe" and a special excerpt from her novel Girl Missing in the back of the book.
Praise for Tess Gerritsen and Body Double "One of the most versatile voices in thriller fiction today."--The Providence Journal "Masterful . . . Gerritsen rises to her best yet."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review) "The story zips along."--Entertainment Weekly
"Chilling suspense . . . leaves the reader breathless."--The Philadelphia Inquirer
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen earned international acclaim for her first novel of suspense, Harvest. She introduced detective Jane Rizzoli in The Surgeon (2001) and Dr. Maura Isles in The Apprentice (2002) and has gone on to write numerous other titles in the celebrated Rizzoli & Isles series, including The Mephisto Club, The Keepsake, Ice Cold, The Silent Girl, Last to Die, and Die Again. Her latest novel is the standalone thriller Playing with Fire. A physician, Tess Gerritsen lives in Maine.
Praise for Tess Gerritsen and Body Double
“One of the most versatile voices in thriller fiction today.”—The Providence Journal
“Crime writing at its unputdownable, nerve-tingling best.”—Harlan Coben
“Masterful . . . Gerritsen rises to her best yet.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“The story zips along.”—Entertainment Weekly
“Chilling suspense . . . leaves the reader breathless.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer