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Rebekka and Ruda are twins and have not seen each other since they were separated in Auschwitz, both to suffer at the hands of Dr Josef Mengele. A terrible murder takes place and a police investigation draws the sisters into a web of coincidence, fear and violence.
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Birkenau-Auschwitz 1942: Dr Joseph Mengele, investigating the possibility of telepathic communication, conducts horrific experiments on identical twins. Forty years later in Berlin the fearless star attraction of the visiting circus and the wife of a French aristocrat who is poised on the brink of madness and despair are brought together as two suspects of the same murder. As the investigation unravels, so do the women's identities and their horrific past. Bleak, powerful material ably-handled by the author of TV's Prime Suspect. (Kirkus UK)
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