Hannah Danior is a young woman struggling to build a life after an unspeakable experience in her childhood. Now self-sufficient, she is nonetheless still tormented by her past... and the cruel demons of her childhood are not finished with her. At any instant and with no warning, she will inexplicably manifest the injuries of someone she's never even met. Enduring everything from mere bruises to mortal blows, many of her wounds would kill a normal woman, but just as inexplicably, she heals - at astonishing speed - presumably so she can be victimized again.
With her face and body disfigured by countless scars, Hannah desires only to be left alone. But fate has other ideas when a pair of detectives catch the similarity between her most recent horrific event-- where her throat is suddenly cut-- and the murder of a neighborhood woman. One demands answers she doesn't have and the other, a man she doesn't recognize at all, raises instinctive alarms inside Hannah's head. When the unthinkable happens and one of the detectives falls in love with her, the search for the truth about Hannah's past and an unseen killer twists itself from the realm of the supernatural into the unforgiving streets of Chicago....
©1993 Yvonne Navarro Ochse (P)2012 David N. Wilson
"A serial killer with an unusual connection to one of his surviving victims gives this latest Navarro thriller a cool supernatural twist." (Publisher's Weekly)
Mirror Me was an easy listen, interesting, well written and well read. I'd be happy to listen to anything else written by this author or read by this narrator.
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