Monday, November 16, 2020

Nine titles about mistaken identity

Christopher Louis Romaguera is an intern at Electric Literature. He has a monthly column at The Ploughshares Blog.

At Electric Lit he tagged nine books about mistaken identity, including:
The Likeness by Tana French

In Tana French’s mystery novel, detective Cassie Maddox takes on a murder case that comes uncomfortably close: the victim looks just like Cassie herself, and has an ID using one of her old undercover aliases. In order to solve the murder, Cassie must take on Alexandra’s identity and life.
Read about the other entries on the list.

The Likeness is among Simon Lelic's top ten false identities in fiction.

--Marshal Zeringue