Meghan Collins, a rookie reporter, is on an assignment in a busy casualty department of a New York hospital when a young mugging victim is brought in. Stripped of her identity, there’s no way to tell who the hapless victim was or where she came from but the sight of her sends a chill through Meghan … the victim looks just like her! Continue reading “I’ll Be Seeing You”
I am quite certain by now that MHC has something for precognition and regression and … you know …. other such things. As well as stalkers.
OK, that sounds wrong.
But you know what I mean. Continue reading “On the street where you live”
For those that have never heard of him, Dave Barry is a Pulitzer Prize winning author and columnist. I came to know of him through an old TV show I used to watch many years ago called Dave’s World. It was based on some of his books. I never really did get a chance to […]
In keeping with this recent re-reading trend of mine, I read Agatha Christie’s Hallowe’en Party. (There’s another one on that list, you’ll see soon.) Usually, I prefer reading Miss Marple mysteries to Hercule Poirot simply because of the settings of these stories and that quality of unseen evil that pervades them all without getting hampered […]
Imagine marrying another woman’s husband. Moving into her home that she tended and created, filled with her people, preserved like a sanctuary, as though she’d whirl back in any day … imagine having your very identity obliterated and slowly replaced by hers till all you can see when you look at yourself is her and […]