WRONG MAN IN THE MIRROR by Philip Loraine

WRONG MAN IN THE MIRROR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another one of Mr Loraine's stories about the beautiful/ugly people--this time a young man who disposes of a very rich woman's worthless son in Vietnam, using a gunny sack, and then returns home to assume the dead man's identity with brown contact lenses and hair dyed to match. But he gets more than he asked for (namely, a lot of money) when first a young woman, then his supposed child, like him for what he is even knowing who he isn't. As always, a different story with a glamorantic setting and a redemptive sentimental appeal.

Pub Date: Nov. 3rd, 1975
Publisher: Random House