“Two women, two times, the same crime.”
With no family or friends and a leave for acute stress, psychologist Audrey Jordan slides slowly but surely into depression. Until one day, when she least expects it, an anonymous message and the murder of a young woman strangely similar to her give her the possibility of assuming a new identity. Is it possible to reinvent ourselves? Can a twist of fate erase our actions and choices, and those of our parents? Or is there always something dark and persistent that haunts us? A novel that keeps suspense and intrigue, which intersect with personal conflicts that lurk from the past, to a surprising ending.
Luz Larenn (1986) is the writer behind @elpatiodepochi, with tens of thousands of followers who celebrated her social media short novels: Double L, The 28 Days of Julia and Felicitas Seeks Happiness. An avid reader, Luz began writing in her teens when, at age fifteen, her literature teacher encouraged her to participate in a short story contest. Since then, she has actively participated in many creative writing workshops. She has a degree in Public Relations and has worked as a trainer and coach in companies. She is the mother of Juana, the wife of Lito, and the owner of India and Napoleon.