Tuesday, July 6, 2021

The Stranger In The Mirror by Liv Constantine

Hitchhiking and being picked up by an upstanding citizen was definitely pure luck for Cassandra.

The man who picked her up found her bleeding and dazed and without a memory of who she was or what happened to her.

Luckily this person was a Good Samaritan and he and his wife took her into their home.  Gigi and Ed were wonderful people.

While Cassandra was trying to remember who she was, she met Gabriel.  Gabriel came from a wealthy family. They fell in love and were going to get married much to Gabriel’s mother’s dislike.

His mother, Blythe, wanted to know who this woman her son was enamored with and was going to marry really was.

She hired a private detective and so did Cassandra’s husband, Julian. 

It had been two years since his wife and Valentina’s mother had disappeared.  He had to find out what happened to her and if she was still alive.

There is an undercurrent of tension as we meet the characters and follow them through their grief and suspicions.  Cassandra can’t shake the tension and worry about not knowing who she is or who she was.

You will be pulled into her worry and what is going on and question what is going on. 

A well-crafted psychological thriller with lots of surprises and a twist you can’t imagine happening.  4/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Have you read this?

    I hope you get a chance to enjoy it too.

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. I love a good twist! I'll look for this book.

    1. Enjoy when you read it, Mary.

      Thanks for commenting.

  3. OooOOooo I love these types of books. Thrillers are a blast!

    1. They are!!

      Thanks for your comment, Carole Rae.