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Dr Ribero’s Agency of the Supernatural | Book 2

The Case of the Deadly Doppelgänger

by Lucy Banks

Release Date: 2/6/2018

ISBN: 9781944995478 | eBook ISBN: 9781944995485

Death has a face—their own.

Only a few months have passed since the day Kester Lanner forced an angry ghost through the spirit door, but business prospects for Dr. Ribero’s supernatural agency haven’t improved. Things are looking grim when the agency lands a contract which they must share with a rival agency headed by Dr Ribero’s sworn enemy, Larry Higgins. Desperate for the job, the team accepts and begins to investigate the seaside town of Lyme Regis, where elderly victims are dying.

The same mysterious clue links the horrendous deaths: the victims all see a double of themselves before dying. The teams wonder if they are dealing with a rogue doppelgänger, one that isn’t content just predicting deaths, but carrying them out as well. The victims’ connection to an ancient grave site leads to speculation that they may have disturbed a spirit more powerful than the two agencies can handle.

One thing is certain, the won’t stop unless Kester and the others can overcome their rivalry and stop this deadly spirit.

The Case of the Deadly Doppelgänger is the second installment in the Dr Ribero’s Agency of the Supernatural series, continuing the mystery and adventure found in The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost.


Banks hits her stride in this second paranormal series installment ... Fans of urban fantasies and cozy mysteries with supernatural twists will relish this adventure.
— Library Journal
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About Lucy Banks

Lucy Banks is the author of The Hanged Man and the Fortune Teller as well as the Dr Ribero’s Agency of the Supernatural series, including The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost, The Case of the Deadly Doppelgänger, and The Case of the Hidden Daemon. Growing up in a haunted house, she naturally developed a fascination with the strange, the curious, and the mysterious. She posts about writing craft and shares ghost stories from around Britain on her blog at lucy-banks.co.uk.