Bennie Rosato thought she had seen it all—until she meets her new client, Alice Connolly, who looks exactly like Bennie and tells her, "Hello, I'm your twin." A shocked Bennie can't deny the uncanny resemblance, but she grew up an only child and assumed she didn't have a sister, much less an identical twin. But Alice seems to know too much for it to be a scam, and Bennie can't walk away. She agrees to defend Alice on a murder charge and plunges into the mystery of the crime—unraveling a twisted skein of lies, greed, and danger that jeopardizes her livelihood and ultimately even her life. At the same time, she uncovers the truth of her own identity, a secret that will leave her questioning everything she ever knew about her family—and herself.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Excellant book. Would recommend it to all that read biographies. Very well written and details are beyond what one can imagine.Published 7 months ago by Barbara Sigurdson
Just a great book you can't put down. Read the book in two days. What a awful ordeal these people went through, but in the end finally good luck came.Published 19 months ago by Lloyd Bye
I looked forward to Ingrid Betancourt's account of her time in captivity, mostly because she is a well-known figure and her kidnapping had garnered international attention. Read morePublished on Dec 17 2010 by Cecilia Gossen
After seeing Ingrid Betancourt on Oprah, I was intrigued and had to purchase the book "Even Silence Has An End". Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2010 by Tune Fan donna