Synopsis It's the 1980s and Alistair Matheson is forging a quietly ambitious path in Government. All is going to plan until a brief encounter with a man who looks exactly like him throws Alistair's ordered world into chaos. As this doppelgänger crosses his path time and again a series of events are set in motion with increasingly disturbing consequences. Is this double a spy? A conman? Or could he be something infinitely more sinister?
Written By: Jack Gerson Directed By: Helen Goldwyn
This was a very good story, I'd really like to get my hands on a copy of the book so I could read it. Might have to call up some of the used book dealers I've bought from in the past to see if anyone has a copy.
Drinking the world's coffee supply one cup at a time.
Another hidden gem from the Big Finish back catalogue. Carolyn Seymour has been reading this to me over a number a car journeys recently, and whilst the story can go around in circles a bit, the performance is fantastic.
It's a dark story, it's spooky from the outset, and it is well worth a listen for fans of The Omega Factor (it's much closer in tone than The Assassination Game). The more seemingly supernatural it gets the more beans you get from Carolyn Seymour.
These audiobooks deserve a wider audience than I assume they have.