"Complex, frightening gothic-like suspense thriller"
George Daly considers himself a very lucky, happy
and contented man married to the woman he loves and writing
the kind of books that he enjoys. When his father dies,
George goes to the nursing home to make funeral
arrangements and, get rid of his father's belongings. He
comes across a picture of himself between two adults he
never seen before. His curiosity drives him to hire a
private detective to find out if the couple's son (and
George's double) is still alive.
Before the two men meet, George realizes there is
something wrong with his marriage and his spouse admits
that her ex-lover is back in her life and she wants a
divorce. Before anything definite can be arranged Larry
Hart enters the picture and changes the lives of everyone
he comes in contact with.
George Ambrose has written a complex, frightening
gothic-like suspense thriller that will have readers
eagerly turning the pages to see what happens next.
COINCIDENCE reads like an episode of "THE TWILIGHT ZONE"
except that when taken as a whole, each scene seems
plausible. With one exception, the characters are everyday
people who make this novel greater than the sum of its
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 1, 2002