A Memory of Demons

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 28, 2013 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Tom Freeman thinks his demons are behind him. After a period of alcohol and drug abuse that almost killed him, he has been sober for ten years. His career is thriving, he is happily married to Clare, and they have a baby daughter, Julia.

But when she begins to speak, why does Julia insist that her name is Melanie? And that Tom and Clare are not her real parents?

Haunted by the recurring nightmare of killing a young girl, Tom makes the chilling discovery that his daughter is possessed by the spirit of a girl who disappeared ten years ago - at the exact spot where Tom suffered his last alcohol and drug-fuelled blackout.

And now she wants revenge...
 

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Memory of Demons follows the Ambrose formula of an intriguing concept, in this case past-lives, and mixes in some thriller type intrigue. Tom is a recovering alcoholic and drug addict, his wake up ... Read full review

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David Ambrose read law at Oxford before becoming a writer. He has worked internationally in theatre, film and television. He has written, to date, seven novels and a book of short stories based on his years in Hollywood. For more information, visit his official website on www.davidambrose.com

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