PRLog - Sep. 3, 2014 - CHANDLER (AZ)—Brighton Publishing LLC is thrilled to announce the eBook release of prolific novelist R.K. Avery for her third novel, Reflection in the Mirror: Who is Looking Back at You?.Author R.K. Avery once again removes the veil of disbelief and catapults her readers into the paranormal world of identical twins—Clarissa and Marissa—and their unusual empathic connection.Reflection in the Mirror: Who is Looking Back at You? has been released in eBookis available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading retailers nationwide. The print version is currently slated for release in late-2014 and will be available through Ingram, the world’s largest book distributorand On-demand worldwide from the Espresso Book Machine.
Reflection in the Mirror
For Clarissa and Marissa Wagner, life as identical twins would become more than a sisterly bond. Soon, they would develop a uniquely personal connection—a shared experience of both thinking and feeling—a baffling link that would astound family, friends, and a variety of professionals over the course of their lives.
When Marissa disappears, though, Clarissa’s life is turned upside down.
With few leads to go on and little evidence in the case, local police are doubtful of finding the young girl alive and well. As hours turn into days, and days eventually turn into weeks, their mother, June Wagner, fears the worst.
For Clarissa, the mirror’s reflection is now a constant reminder of a part of her that has gone missing—the other half of her soul.
But their unusual empathic connection is deep…and strong.
Soon, the family enlists the help of David Miller, Rich Butler, and the Never Give Up Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding missing and exploited children.
As hope of finding her sister continues to wane, Clarissa’s visions begin to reveal clues that are relevant to the case…
…and a disturbing plot that will leave everyone wondering whose reflection is in the mirror.
“Author R.K. Avery delivers a suspense-fueled plot that ushers readers into the bold and dramatic world of the paranormal,”
R. K. Avery, a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature, discovered one thing during the extensive coursework—a love for writing adult fiction, especially fiction that makes readers ponder long after they’ve put the book away. Her previous novels, Be Careful What You Wish For (http://www.amazon.com/