For this weekend, in honour of World Mental Health Day, we will donate 50p from every purchase of Dead Ringer to the Mental Health Foundation.
Read more about World Mental Health Day and our books exploring themes of mental health on our latest blog post, 5 books that tackle themes of mental health.
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When Ella and Jem connect, the resemblance is uncanny, but their lives are polar opposites. One is stuck in a rut in her Northern hometown, while the other, an aspiring actor living in a multimillion-pound mansion, is a Chelsea socialite who knows she’s skating on thin ice.
Other than their looks, their only similarity is the desire to escape. Is it possible to hide in your double’s skin? And at what cost? All too believable, twisty, compelling and fast – Dead Ringer will leave you reeling.
REVIEWS OF Dead Ringer
“Dead Ringer takes you on a riotous and compelling ride. Nicola Martin delivers an accomplished debut, one that successfully captures the twisted inherent desires that surface when two differing lives become dangerously entwined.” Lloyd Otis, author of Dead Lands
“What a cracking debut! Tense, thrilling, thought-provoking.” Alex Kane, author of No Looking Back
“[This] scintillating debut is pacy, often witty, always succinct, a credible and well-constructed tale of two young women … Excellent. Buy this book. Nicola Martin is a writer to watch.” Bob Cornwell, Crimetime
“A serious meditation on who we are when we spend hours and hours on social media … a fast-moving thriller … a cracking read.” Judith Sullivan, Shots Magazine
“A tense and compelling story that courageously embraces contemporary themes ranging from new tech consumption to mental health … plays out as a treacherous and disturbing nightmare … will delight fans of Killing Eve.” Daily Mail