The Ice Twins

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The Ice Twins 200 The Moorcrofts appear to have the perfect life, until disaster strikes. One of their twins – blonde haired, blue eyed, inseparable and identical – dies in a terrible accident. Both parents feel their lives spiraling out of control due to alcohol and mental illness but for the sake of Kirstie, the surviving child, Angus and Sarah decide to sell up and move to a remote Scottish island. SK Tremayne steadily racks up the psychological pressure with the island, Eilean Torran, becoming a malevolent force in its own right as they try to rebuild their lives. Then, the unthinkable happens. Kirstie reveals to her parents that she is, in fact, Lydia, the twin thought to be dead. Read the review by DeathBecomesHer here.

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