Darlene Gardner no longer spends her days waiting for an athlete to say something interesting. Nope. Now she makes up her own quotes and torments people. Fictional people. Promise.Although leaving her life as a newspaper sportswriter behind for love and romance worked out pretty well, she's veering off in a haunting new direction with the Dead Ringers serial, landing at a seaside carnival where evil lurks and nothing is as it seems.
Dead Ringers 2: INVERTIGO—Max Harper insists Jade's best chance to find out why she remembers so little of her abduction is to team up with him. But can she trust him?
Dead Ringers 3: THE SPIDER—Someone in Midway Beach isn't who they seem and unless Jade and Max can figure out what's going on, they could become the next victims.
Dead Ringers 7: THE MENTALIST—Jade has good reason to keep her discovery that she can read minds a secret: Telepathy is behind what's happening in Midway Beach.
Dead Ringers 8: FREAK SHOW—To save her friends, Jade has to embrace her telepathic ability. If only she could figure out how to use it.
Dead Ringers 9: HALL OF MIRRORS—With Ringers on the loose and danger all around, an archenemy harboring an ulterior motive approaches Jade with a plot to stop to the madness.
Dead Ringers 4: SHELL GAME—If Max Harper is playing a shell game, Jade Greene needs to figure out what he's hiding and why he's in Midway Beach.
Dead Ringers 5: PITFALL—A serial killer is inhabiting the body of her best friend's boyfriend, and Jade needs to figure out how to prevent him from killing again.
Dead Ringers 6: TILT-A-WHIRL—Now that Jade has the facts about Max, she's on her own until an unlikely ally offers to help her hunt the truth about the body switching.
But after Cara learns the boy was kidnapped shortly before the event and his kidnapper never found, she feels the boy is reaching out from the grave to beg her to solve the mystery of his death. If she runs from him and Gray, she fears she'll also be running from herself.
Trouble is, Max thinks there's a pretty good chance Sara's brother belongs in jail. But how can he refuse to help Sara, even if it means his principles will be tested to the max? And by sticking to them, he could lose the only woman he's ever truly loved?