Murders are common. Serial murders are less common. Serial murders committed in two different countries at exactly the same time, in exactly the same way, are unheard of. ..until now.
In Toronto, Inspector Raid McTavish stares at the body of a young woman carefully posed in a bed of purple iris, her throat slashed, almost beheaded, her hands placed to cover her empty eye sockets. He knows this is not a random murder, but the first of more to come. What he doesn’t know is that 2,000 miles away in Tucson, Arizona, Sergeant Gary Ronstadt is viewing an identical crime scene.
Months later, McTavish and Ronstadt meet at a seminar on telepathy between identical twins, where they are shocked to discover that not only are they investigating identical murders, but their lives are intimately linked by a number of inexplicable similarities and coincidences.
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Learn how to keyboard…you’ll be able finish the MS faster, unless you’re a teenager who can key text with your thumbs at the speed of light.
Author Philip Fleishman M.D. is a retired Plastic Surgeon who, in addition to writing thrillers, has been creating wood art for over forty years. While practicing Plastic Surgery he received many awards and honors for his work with burned patients. In 1973 the Centurions in Tucson Arizona named him “Physician of the Year” for his dedication to burn care in Southern Arizona and one of a very select group to ever receive the award of “Honorary Firefighter” by the Tucson Fire Department. The Gemini Factor is his first novel.
Learn more at www.PhilipFleishmanMD.com.What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Writing a novel had been on my bucket list for years. One day I put my hand in the bucket and pulled out ‘’Write a book.’’ The rest is history.
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