BOOK REVIEW

THE FACE OF THE ASSASSIN - DAVID LINDSEY

Paul Bern is a forensic artist whose job is to recreate faces that have been destroyed by crime or accident.  A new client appeared one day and much to Paul's surprise she brought him a scull that was smuggled out of Mexico.  She told Bern that she believed the scull belonged to her estranged husband.

As Bern began the task of recreating the features, he soon realized that it was like looking in the mirror.  Whoever this person was, he looked much like Paul.

It just so happens that Bern had a twin brother.  Bern never met him because he was adopted at a very young age.  Apparently, his twin worked for the CIA and was killed during an operation against a terrorist group.

Vincente Mondragon, on behalf of the CIA, soon contacted Paul.  They now want Paul to take the place of his twin.  Paul was against this idea.  He surely had no experience with situations like this and knew his life would be in constant danger.  However, he was threatened with blackmail and forced into accepting the assignment.

Is Paul able to pull this off?  Will he pass as his twin brother?

David Lindsey keeps getting better with each book.  The story has many twists and turns and is action packed.  This is one that mystery book fans will enjoy.  Watch out for the ending!

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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