Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Hardback Published on: 11/07/2024
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Imposter Syndrome
Hooked from the start
I would read more books if it didn't take me so long to get into a story. It's a real problem for a bookseller, who tries to read as much as possible. ... READ MORE
Kristina at Manchester Deansgate

Synopsis

'When you’re living a lie, you find it’s best to avoid close attachments…’

Lynch, a burned out con-artist, arrives, broke, in London, trying not to dwell on the mistakes that got him there. When he bumps into Bobbie, a rehab-bound heiress - and when she briefly mistakes him for her missing brother - Lynch senses the opportunity, as well as the danger…

Bobbie’s brother, Heydon, was a troubled young man. Five years ago, he walked out of the family home and never went back. His car was found parked on a bridge overlooking the Thames, in the early hours of the same morning. Unsettled by Bobbie’s story, and suffering from a rare attack of conscience, Lynch tries to back off.

But when Bobbie leaves for rehab the following day, he finds himself drawn to her luxurious family home, and into a meeting with her mother, the formidable Miranda. Seeing the same resemblance that her daughter did, Miranda proposes she hire Lynch to assume her son’s identity, in a last-ditch effort to try and flush out his killer.

As Lynch begins to impersonate him, dark forces are lured out of the shadows, and he realises too late that Heydon wasn’t paranoid at all. Someone was watching his every move, and they’ll kill to keep it a secret.

For the first time, Lynch is in a life or death situation he can’t lie his way out of.

  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781529927450
  • Number of pages: 384
  • Weight: 602g
  • Dimensions: 242 x 161 x 35 mm

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Imposter Syndrome
Joseph Knox’s Imposter Syndrome is a Riveting Tale of Deception, Identity, and Deadly Secret.
My thoughts about Joseph Knox’s Imposter Syndrome is a Riveting Tale of Deception, Identity, and Deadly Secret. Joseph Knox delivers a gripping narrative i... READ MORE
Surjit  Parekh
Imposter Syndrome
I liked the story telling and the character, the actual story less so
This starts with a guy (who we will later call "Mr Lynch") leaving Paris in something of a hurry by train and wearing a cheap suit. He is obviously wonder... READ MORE
Nigel