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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; Reissue edition (June 1, 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446353957
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446353953
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (913 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,005 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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RAVE REVIEWS FOR MIRROR IMAGE:

"Sandra Brown is a master at weaving a story of suspense into a tight web that catches and holds the reader from teh first page to the last."
--Library Journal

"Author Sandra Brown proves herself top-notch."
--Associated Press

AND SANDRA BROWN:

"A masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats."
--USA Today

About the Author

Sandra Brown is the author of sixty New York Times bestsellers, including TOUGH CUSTOMER (2010), SMASH CUT (2009), SMOKE SCREEN (2008), PLAY DIRTY (2007), RICOCHET (2006), CHILL FACTOR (2005), WHITE HOT (2004), HELLO, DARKNESS (2003), THE CRUSH (2002), ENVY (2001), THE SWITCH (2000), THE ALIBI (1999), UNSPEAKABLE (1998) and FAT TUESDAY (1997), all of which have jumped onto the Times bestseller list in the number one to five spot. Brown now has over eighty million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages.

More About the Author

Sandra Brown is the author of more than sixty New York Times bestsellers, including DEADLINE (2013), LOW PRESSURE (2012), LETHAL (2011), RAINWATER (2010), TOUGH CUSTOMER (2010), SMASH CUT (2009), SMOKE SCREEN (2008) & PLAY DIRTY (2007).

Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million. Her work has been translated into thirty-three languages.

A lifelong Texan, Sandra Brown was born in Waco, grew up in Fort Worth and attended Texas Christian University, majoring in English. Before embarking on her writing career, she worked as a model at the Dallas Apparel Mart, and in television, including weathercasting for WFAA-TV in Dallas, and feature reporting on the nationally syndicated program "PM Magazine."

She is much in demand as a speaker and guest television hostess. Her episode on truTV's "Murder by the Book" premiered the series in 2008 and she was one of the launch authors for Investigation Discovery's new series, "Hardcover Mysteries."

In 2009 Brown detoured from her thrillers to write Rainwater, a much acclaimed, powerfully moving story about honor and sacrifice during the Great Depression.

Brown recently was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University. She was named Thriller Master for 2008, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer's Association. Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature and the Romance Writers of America's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Customer Reviews

Had a hard time putting the book down and read it over two days.
KH
The author went into too much detail in the sex scenes, which was most of the book.
Samkid
This book held my interest and kept me guessing all the way to the surprise ending!
Kat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

109 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Kelly VINE VOICE on February 3, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
After a devastating plane crash, hospitalized Avery Daniels is misidentified as Carole Rutledge, the wife of Senatorial candidate Tate Rutledge. Due to severe trauma and injury, Avery is unable to communicate who she really is, and undergoes surgery transforming her into Carole Rutledge. When she learns that someone has targeted Tate, and plans to murder him, she decides to live Carole's life to protect Tate and his daughter.

I have always been a huge Sandra Brown fan, and can always count on excellent writing. This book did not disappoint. It is intense and emotionally gripping, and keeps you on the edge of your seat until the end.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Vest VINE VOICE on October 5, 2006
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Reporter Avery Daniels boards a doomed flight and is one of a dozen survivors. While badly burned and recovering in the hospital, she is mistaken for Carole Rutledge, wife of an up and coming politician Tate Rutledge, due to her resemblance and stature, and the fact that she rescued Mandy Rutledge from the wreckage. Unable to communicate as a result of the severity of her injuries, she's helpless as plastic surgery is performed to restore Carole's face, and late one night she overhears a plot to harm Tate.

Armed with a new face and a new lease on life, she assumes Carole's life to protect Tate and uncover the assassin's identity, falling for Tate and Mandy in the process. Tate is shocked to discover that a brush with death has turned his wife into a woman he can once again love. He is note sure if he can forgive her selfish misdeeds and was planning to divorce her after the election, but he is giving seconds thoughts to this as the two are resuming marital relations. Will Avery be able to stop the next assassination attempt? Will she be able to hold onto the man and child she has come to love?

Originally penned in 1990, Brown's novel is one of her best early efforts and does not appear dated as some of her other early efforts. It is one of the better identity-switch novels out there (Brown mined the same field later in "The Switch"). The chemistry between the two leads is scorching and will have even the most jaded readers rooting for a happily ever after. And a nice twist as to the culprit behind the assassination plot.
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Marie on March 20, 2006
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Avery, a reporter ends up on the same flight as a senator's wife, and it crashes and burns. Avery is taken to the hospital and labelled his wife. She takes the responsibility of becoming the mother of his daughter while starting the greatest love affair meant between husband and wife. Meanwhile Tate, the senator, is a little suspicious of his "wife's" change in attitude. Their relationship develops on the steamy side, if not trustingly, but they just get stronger and start believing in one another again. It is such a heart wrenching tale, I could read it over and over again.

I first read this book before the new cover came out. It is still one of my favorites. If you liked this one, you will like Mary Alice Monroe's "Girl in the Mirror", and "Shades of Twilight" by Linda Howard.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on June 8, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have never read any other of Sandra Brown's books, but after reading Mirror Image, I plan to start ASAP! I loved this book from the second i read the first sentence, until the last word of the book. Avery's love for Mandy and Tate was endearing and so brave. I had 2 of the killers figured out, but the third one is the BIGGEST shocker! I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone, esp. if you want to get hooked on Sandra Brown's awesome writing technique. If you have a boring job where you have nothing really to do (which is what prompted me to read this one i found in my mom's desk drawer) this book will definately make you WANT to go to work!
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A. Mantha on March 15, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I read some of the reviews and the only thing that kept flashing in my head was.."Are you kidding me??" I couldn't believe the heroine. Yes the story starts of great, the plot would have been absolutely fascinating if not for the heroine. First she slips into this other woman's role and then her family and throughout she supposedly endears herself to the little kid and starts to fall in love with "her" husband and she cannot understand why he doesn't see "her". I mean COME ON ..get real she goes into the house supposedly trying to solve the mystery and does she do that .. NOPE she is too busy trying to make her fantasy come true.

Unfortunately there was nothing about the heroine that I liked. I couldn't believe Sandra Brown actually butchered a wonderful plot with a contrived heroine.

I much prefer her "switch". An excellent story..well written plot and thankfully great characters.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Susie Rigsby on December 27, 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've read several Sandra Brown novels, of which some I thought were totally boring. But I have to hand it to SB on this one, her talent came through like a shining star. I didn't want to stop reading and thought the plot was one of her best ever. The characters were strong and well described, and the suspense was intense. I love it when I get to the end and I'm still trying to figure out "WHODUNNIT?" That's how it was with MIRROR IMAGE. I will have to agree with another reviewer that some of the sex scenes were a little too descriptive, which didn't really add anything to this story. She probably could have left out some of that and it would have given the story a little more class. Regardless, this novel is good for a 5-star rating and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a romance that's laced with great suspense. My only other problem with the prose is that I think SB at times will tend to try too hard in showing off her knowledge of words, and she gets a little too carried away in using descriptive words that aren't often used and may be a little TOO much for the average reader. I truly did enjoy this novel, which was first published in 1990 and is being reprinted again for SB like several of her other works. For those new SB fans, this one is guaranteed not to disappoint.
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