A young forensic artist in her prime faces allegations of murder while attempting to escape her own coup de grăce in the new fiction from Lynne Lexow, "Face in the Mirror: Daphne" (published by AuthorHouse UK).
The book's protagonist, Daphne, is a 26-year-old forensic artist at the top of her field. Soon after she accepts a new job offer, someone tries to kill her. When she is accused of murder, herself, her life begins to fall apart.
In "Face in the Mirror," Daphne faces three choices. She can do nothing and be punished for someone else's crime, run and lose everything, or fight back. Readers are left to find out the truth in this suspenseful novel in which Daphne must navigate a treacherous emotional rollercoaster of self-discovery and the threat of her own demise.
"It is an easy read, full of mystery and riddles," Lexow says of her new book. "There are undertones of romance, yet still enough action so that the story will appeal to both male and female readers."