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Roger Moore fights for his family, his work, his reputation, and his sanity as he wrestles for control of his destiny with his psychological opposite, a doppelganger who appears in the aftermath of a car crash that should have killed him. By the way this story unfolds, it may have. Or at least initiates the clash of the Roger Moores, one, a button down conservative who's let too many of life's pleasures slip by, and the other post crash Moore, a full on womanizer. The title suggests the story quite well, someone haunted by himself or the potential himself. The conclusion between Moore in a Rolls Royce (or Bentley) and Moore in an Astin Martin (or Lotus) signifies the dichotomy.