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“INFINITE” by Brain Freeman (Thomas & Mercer, $24.95)
“There were two of us. I wasn’t hallucinating. My doppelganger was real.
There was a Dylan Moran out there stealing his way into my life. It was as if this other Dylan had decided to follow every hidden impulse in my head and unleash my darker soul. Kill Scotty. Sleep with Tai. He was my id come to life.” — From “Infinite”
Brian Freeman promised readers his new psychological thriller would be different from anything he’d previously written. He’s fulfilled that promise in his involving stand-alone novel…