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Mirror Me is Yvonne Navarro's long awaited new novel of horror. This novel begins in the past and takes you to present day, where a young woman's life is affected in drastic measures.
Hannah Danior is a woman with a past. But a past that was was not of her own making. From a cruel world she re-emerged, with help, to begin life anew. With hope in her future she now had a chance to leave the bad behind.
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Overview

Mirror Me is Yvonne Navarro's long awaited new novel of horror. This novel begins in the past and takes you to present day, where a young woman's life is affected in drastic measures.
Hannah Danior is a woman with a past. But a past that was was not of her own making. From a cruel world she re-emerged, with help, to begin life anew. With hope in her future she now had a chance to leave the bad behind.
However she is connected to her past in ways even she can't imagine. Nor can she out run them.
And the bad won't let her go.
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Publishers Weekly
A serial killer with an unusual connection to one of his surviving victims gives this latest Navarro thriller a cool supernatural twist, which some readers will find intriguing and others off-putting in this age of reality-based forensics TV shows. Writing in the soft woman-in-jeopardy style la early Mary Higgins Clark, with a dash of restrained but edgy exposition reminiscent of Dean Koontz, the author confidently tests the limits of believability as she ponders the Twilight Zone-ish plight of Hannah Danior, a young Chicago waitress. Hannah suffers from something she calls her "Affliction," which allows her body to mirror violence done to others and then to miraculously heal itself. After a brutal attack leaves one woman dead and Hannah in the hospital, two police detectives, Greg Jedrek and Tony Rutland, get entangled in the case, each for his own reason, one chillingly personal, the other romantic. As the attacks escalate, so does the body count, in a plot that moves smoothly yet with a certain paint-by-numbers feel. Fortunately, Navarro's gift for reflecting the lives of everyday middle-class people caught in an extraordinary situation keeps this horror-suspense hybrid from falling into clich . Romance readers who cringe at anything to do with hurt children will want to stay away, though. (Feb. 2) Forecast: Navarro is the author of numerous YA Buffy novels (Tempted Champions, etc.). The jacket art, of a monster putting a skeletal paw on the face of a pretty woman resembling Julia Roberts, may be a hint to Hollywood that this is suitable for screen adaptation. In any event, her fans will be glad to see Navarro break out of the tie-in box. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892950697
  • Publisher: Overlook Connection
  • Publication date: 2/25/2004
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Yvonne Navarro lives in southern Arizona, where by day she works on historic Fort Huachuca. She is the author of twenty-two published novels and well over a hundred short stories, and has written about everything from vampires to psychologically disturbed husbands to the end of the world. Her work has won the HWA's Bram Stoker Award plus a number of other writing awards. Visit her at www.yvonnenavarro.com and look her up on Facebook (www.facebook.com/yvonne.navarro.001) to keep up with slices of a crazy life that includes a military spouse, three Great Danes, a people-loving parakeet named BirdZilla, painting, and lots of white zin and ice cream.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013

    I like this author

    Like this author , keeps you turning pages! You won't be disappointed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    Great read.

    This is definitely a page turne and a finger nail biter.

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