Flashback

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St. Martin's Press, Aug 2, 2005 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Discovered by a group of Benedictine nuns in a muddy ditch by the side of a French country road, Eve has only good American dentistry and a tattered Moroccan ferry ticket scribbled with Arabic letters to point to her identity. That, and a bullet wound to her brain that she miraculously survives, even as it destroys her memory. Plagued by horrific nightmares, reluctant to face the truth about her past, Eve makes a life for herself within the convent's walls. But when the nuns who have sheltered her for a year are brutally massacred and the one terrified survivor declares to Eve: "They came for you," Even realizes that, whoever she was in her past life, she had powerful enemies, enemies who still wish to harm her and those around her. She sets out for Morocco in a desperate attempt to retrace her steps, uncover her past, and figure out who's after her, and why--before it's too late.

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User Review  - bhowell - LibraryThing

Flashback is a great thriiler. An unconscious young American woman is rescued from the side of a road in Burgundy. She recovers but has lost her memory and lives a tranquil life at a nunnery until a group of masked men break in to the nunnery looking for her. Read full review

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Siler's fourth tries for Robert Ludlum intrigue and almost beats the plot twister at his own game.Ludlum didn't invent the action-hero-with-amnesia-and-a-buried-past opener, but he made it his own ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

The critically acclaimed author of Easy Money, Iced, and Shot, JENNY SILER lives with her husband and young child in Lexington, Virginia.

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