THE WOMAN UNDER THE MOUNTAIN by Roman McDougald

THE WOMAN UNDER THE MOUNTAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The almost incredibly intricate complications which ensue from a double double identity as Jeanne, with the help of plastic surgery, impersonates her cousin, Carol Brant, believed dead, in an attempt to force the killer to strike again. Exposed to the victims of Carol Brant's relentless charm, Jeanne is the immediate suspect when murder recurs, her real identity disproved and disbelieved even by the man she loves, until the killer's masquerade is exposed. A smooth touch, but you'll have to let yourself go.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster