How can a woman who never existed come back to haunt you?
Gerry Anderson has been having trouble sleeping. He's unwell - bed-bound - and has only his night nurse and his PA for company. But what's really troubling him are the phone calls. Phone calls from a woman claiming to be the 'real' Aubrey.
But that can't be. Aubrey's just a character Gerry made up in a book, years ago.
Can Gerry see past the ever-blurring lines of fact and fiction and figure out who is threatening him, or has his long-overdue moment of reckoning finally arrived?
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