When Russian spy Elle Petrenko agrees to help her long-lost CIA agent sister, Samantha St. John, track down a blackmailer, she ends up chasing the man who murdered their parents years before. When the bad guys continue to pursue her, she must rely on German enforcer Joachim Reiter, a man with a bad past, for help. Although Look-Alike (3), by Meredith Fletcher, is an enjoyable read, the story is hindered by a credibility problem. It's hard to believe that twin sisters separated as babies would both become spies in different countries and then meet years later and help each other out.
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Alexandra Kay