When Chris Wallace looks in the mirror he sees a deep and complex man. He is, in fact, selfish, shallow and very, very devious. A master of deceit.
Suzy Wallace, a woman scorned, wreaks havoc and revenge on her husband’s mistress, once her best friend, now her sworn enemy. She will never forgive and never forget.
Alexandra Johnston, ambitious, talented and seductive, uses every trick she can to get what she wants...and then finds out that having is not quite the same as wanting.
Ellen Munroe, the mother of Chris’s child, the woman he has used and abused over and over, finally has the chance for happiness with an honest, decent, steadfast man...until Chris lies his way into her heart again.
Mirror, Mirror is the story of women who have had enough. A tale of delicious revenge and glorious vindictiveness, as Chris Wallace finally tastes the bitter fruits of his deceits and gets what has been coming to him.
©1998 Patricia Scanlan (P)2010 Random House Audiobooks
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I had read the actual book last year and loved it. I was so looikng forward to listening to the audible version and was very disappointed to find an entire section had been left out at the start of the audible version.
The section left out was all about how Ellen and Chris had first met! This was an important part of the book - i felt let down that it had been left out.
I was also disappointed by the narration, The narrator was ok with the adult female characters, however her portrayal of the male characters and children were hilarious! all her male voices were exactly the same ie, flat and monotone! Her portrayal of the childrens characters was a bit sickening to be honest, and it quite put me off.
This book is a great read and i am a huge fan of Patricia Scanlon, however the audible version was let down by cuts to the book and the narration.
I agree with the review above, the narration of the male characters was poor. They sounded more like they were from Birmingham than Ireland! I enjoyed the book but also felt that there was something missing - the end felt very rushed.
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