The Mirror's Edge by Steven Sidor

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Twin brothers, two years old, are snatched out of their Chicago home at noon on their birthday, never to be seen again. The kidnappers never make contact. The crime haunts the city, devastating those left behind. 
 As the anniversary of the abduction approaches, freelance journalist Jase Deering begins to investigate a case gone cold for the police. What he finds is a paranoid former nanny who had the word “mirrorrorrim” carved into her flesh that fateful day and a trail that leads to a fabled figure, Aubrey Hart Morick. Morick, dead for many years, was an iconic practitioner of the black arts whose legacies are a scandalous reputation and a son named Graham. Increasingly convinced that Graham Morick is more than the simple, innocent man he claims to be, Jase Deering finds the line between natural and supernatural beginning to blur.  His determined search for the truth may cost him, and everyone he holds dear, more than he can bear.

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Steven Sidor is the author of acclaimed novels including The Mirror's Edge. He lives near Chicago, Illinois, with his wife and two children.
Published April 1, 2008 by Minotaur Books. 309 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Eventually his quest leads him to Graham Morick, and suddenly things take a turn toward a side so dark that even as shrewd and practiced an observer as Deering is blind-sided.

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