Double by Saul Moon

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Alpha male David Black has the lot - a successful business, beautiful wife Miriam and two wonderful kids. That’s not to mention young Rachel Owen his sexy PA and mistress. Whilst on a family holiday David spots his double walking towards him on a pier. When he returns home from holiday David has to have a troublesome wisdom tooth removed. In order to meet the appointment with the dentist he cancels a business engagement with John Collis in Birmingham that promises much new work for his factory. On arriving back at his desk the day following the operation, David phones Collis to confirm the rearranged appointment. However he is shocked and bemused by the strange and outraged behaviour of the prospective client towards him. David certainly will not be getting this new business. Gamely he writes off Collis as a crank, but it is the dawning of his worst nightmare as Double goes on to take each and every opportunity to impersonate David with disastrous consequences for his business, marriage and relationship with Rachel. The mystery finally unravels as David is confronted face to face by Double whilst beginning a prison sentence for a crime he did not commit. David taunts his nemesis that he has overplayed his hand - taken the lot. But evil Double has one more thing he’d like from David...

Double is a disturbing paranormal mystery, the tale of a successful forty-something businessman haunted to breaking point by his double.

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Published February 21, 2013 by Saul Moon. 35 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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