"One of the best suspense novels of the year," raved the Cleveland Plain Dealer of Judy Mercer's Fast Forward, which "makes John Grisham's thrillers seem like the work of a rank amateur." Now, she brings back her first-class heroine, TV producer Ariel Gold, in a crackerjack story where nothing is as it seems. DOUBLE TAKE Ariel Gold has come to South Carolina for a much-needed break from L.A. -- and to continue to piece together her life after a devastating memory loss. But her wish for a little downtime is shattered when she arrives at her grandfather's home on Kiawah Island. A chance encounter with her past on a deserted beach is about to pull her into a spiral of Southern family scandal with all the force of a coastal hurricane. The deeper she delves into a chilling legacy of jealousy and bad blood, Ariel finds the truth can be twisted -- and memories can be murder... With the electrifying thrills that made Fast Forward a coast-to-coast hit, Judy Mercer brings her "irresistible first-person voice -- clever, caustic, and brash" (Minneapolis Star Tribune) to a dazzling suspense winner.