where the writers are
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Tony Bayliss

This is a fascinating take on the Jekyl and Hyde scenario, and one with which a lot of readers will associate, if not empathise, given that we all dream to be better than we appear, but are often worse. In Keith's case, it's considerably worse, and you handle all the implications of that with consumate ease and intelligent writing. This is a very high-brow thriller, deeply psychological, cunningly satirical, and cleverly constructed.