Distant Memory

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 2000 - Fiction - 295 pages
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        SHE COULDN'T REMEMBER HER NAME,
                                HER ADDRESS,
                                        HER FAMILY.
                NOT EVEN WHY SOMEONE WANTED HER DEAD--


WHO WAS SHE?

SHE HAD LOST HER WALLET, HER IDENTITY--EVERYTHING EXCEPT THE CLOTHES ON HER BACK--AND HER LIFE.  

She awoke in a room she didn't remember, asleep on a bed she did not recognize, in a hotel she had never heard of, bruised and battered from an incident she couldn't recall.

THEN HER LIFE TURNED COMPLICATED.

Befriended by a truck driver who takes her under his wing, she sets about to rediscover--and reclaim--the life she's lost. But despite appearances, she's not really alone. Two men--one, a hardened killer; the other; a methodical, high-tech tracker--stalk her every move. Even Nick--the good Samaritan truck driver helping her--may not be all that he appears.

LOCKED IN HER MIND IS A SECRET WORTH KILLING FOR--
AND WORTH LIVING FOR.

More than anything, she wants her memory--and life--back. Others will stop at nothing to make sure she never remembers anything again. For though she does not know it, deep in her mind is buried a secret that threatens to bring down one of the richest men in the world. A secret that can shake governments to their very foundations. A secret that could lead to her destruction--or her salvation.

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User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

Intriguing story of amnesia and danger. The characters weren't as fully interesting as some of Alton's other books, but a great read anyway. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Alton L. Gansky is the author of eight novels, including Terminal Justice and Tarnished Image. He is also the senior pastor of High Desert Baptist Church in Phelan, California, where he has served for over a decade. He and his wife Becky are the parents of three college-aged children.

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