Three Black Swans by Caroline Cooney (NY: Delacorte, 2010).
Missy Vianello and her cousin Claire look enough alike that Missy is sure she can pull off a hoax, as assigned by her biology teacher, that they are identical twins. She persuades a classmate to get them on the school morning video news feed and everyone believes that Missy has, indeed, discovered that Claire is her twin. Then the video goes viral, and another girl turns up who looks just like them. What's going on?
Great suspenseful mystery from Cooney. Recommended for ages 12 & up.
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