Saturday, November 25, 2017

Another Man's Face by Andrew Puckett

Another Man's Face
by Andrew Puckett

My rating: 4 stars

Publisher: Endeavour Press (September 25, 2017)
Publication Date: September 25, 2017
Genre: Thriller - Medical
Print Length: 320 pages
Available from: Amazon
Robert Aspinall wakes in a hospital with no memory of the last few weeks. He knows he is hurt – burned – badly.

Digging deep into the memories that he can remember, he recalls a courtship, a wife … and a son. It is down to his brother, Simon Aspinall, to break the news to him that his wife, Cordelia and son, Jake are dead, along with what Rob already knew; that most of his face was destroyed in the same car accident.

Then Simon discovers that the accident wasn’t an accident at all – it was premeditated; a planned attack. But as he and Detective Sergeant Louise Whitaker dig even deeper into the mystery it seems that his brother is not the only person in the family in danger…

Soon, Rob is well enough to join in the hunt for his family’s killer, but then he is faced with a difficult and a heart-breaking decision - can Rob wear Another Man’s Face …?

 Another Man's Face by Andrew Puckett

Another Man's Face: A fast-paced medical thriller that will pull at your heartstringsThe accident not only took his wife and son, it took his face and temporarily stole his memory. Now badly burned, scarred and with a face of a monster, Robert Aspinall must face life, alone and mutilated, but was the accident something more, something intentional? His brother Simon has become his greatest advocate and along with the police begin to dig into twisted secrets that may prove that Robert wasn’t the only target and the killer may not be finished just yet.

An act of Fate gave Robert the compatible face he needed, but its cost is both heartbreaking and the push he needed to carry on the hunt for the monster who leaves death in their wake.

ANOTHER MAN’S FACE by Andrew Puckett is a dark and dry mystery with grit, unseen twists and the horrors of pasts catching up and secrets kept. As we are caught up in a mystery with its own many faces, this author delivers superb writing that is bold, direct and chilling.

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