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IDENTITY CRISIS

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Kristie Hennessy works behind the scenes to create psychological profiles that CIA agents can use in the field. Kristie has the quick, analytical mind, but it's her more flamboyant alter ego, Melissa Daniels, a "virtual operative" she creates to help agents in the field, who has the bravery and the outrageousness. Her creation makes the CIA think Kristie would make a good field agent herself. She'll need all of her—and Melissa's—skills to solve a high-profile murder case and figure out where she belongs. Kate Donovan keeps Identity Crisis (3) moving quickly, but Kristie seems a little too good to be true, making her hard to identify with.
Reviewed by: 
Rebecca Carefoot