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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Suspense
  • Language:English
  • Pages:189
  • eBook ISBN:9781483505930

The Girl Who Lived Twice

A Romantic Thriller About Mia Who Slipped Through A Crack In Time

by Tina Clough View author's profile page

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Mia's life goes badly wrong when her husband dies. Betrayal in her private life is made worse by a manipulative colleague at work and affects her career prospects and her self respect. One night she experiences a frightening and life-changing event that appears to have rewound her life to the previous year. Is this an opportunity or a risk? Can she manage the challenges and dangers of this new strand of time and change the way her life turns out?


Mia's life goes badly wrong when her husband dies. A friend's betrayal and a manipulative colleague at work combine to affect her self esteem and her career prospects. One night she experiences a terrifying event and wakes to find that her life has rewound to the previous year. But can she manage the challenges and dangers of this new strand of time and change the way her life turns out?

When Mia slips through a crack in the fabric of time her life is not only rewound, but she also faces opportunities and challenges that stretch her resilience and inventiveness. She has to find her feet in a strange and confusing existence, where she does not know who she can trust. All the rules she previously believed in seem to have changed. Mia now has a chance to create a different life, but she has no idea if the timeshift is permanent.

Her first object is to prove that she really has been moved back in time. She documents two events she clearly remembers, hoping that they will happen again. A rumour that she knows things that are yet to happen attracts the attention of criminals who will stop at nothing to prevent her interfering in their plans.

The story follows Mia as she adjusts to a new reality and tries to work out how best to use what she knows to improve her life, even as danger stalks her.

Amy Phillips (reader) said: I didn't want to put the book down and was holding my Kindle just inches away from my face the whole time.

About the author

Tina Clough was born and educated in Sweden and now lives in New Zealand. Tina left her career in business management after an accident and now works from home. Besides writing fiction she translates and edits science research papers. Tina has published two crime novels set in New Zealand, both available as ebooks - Running towards Danger (2015) and The Chinese Proverb (2017).

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