Identity

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Pan Macmillan, Sep 24, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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They took his name. They took his memories. Now they want his life . . . Paul Hardy has lived in a care home for the past seven years with no memory of who he is or where he came from. When a horrific accident necessitates pioneering surgery he begins to remember things. Things that if he’s not careful will get him killed. When armed men begin hunting Hardy soon afterwards, it becomes apparent that dark and powerful forces are determined to prevent him from recalling events in the life he is so desperate to remember . . . With no choice but to go on the run, Hardy must use all his guile and strength to evade the ruthless predators who stalk his every move while he tries to piece together a sinister puzzle. With precious few allies, the race to reveal the truth becomes frantic, but will Hardy succeed before his violent and dangerous foe destroys him, along with the evidence?

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Nameless night

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Paul Hardy awakens in the hospital after a bad accident only to discover that he is no longer the man who has been living for the last seven years in a group home for disabled adults. It's not just ... Read full review

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I thought it was interesting to read about a man without a past. This taught me important concepts about past consequences. It is an unusual setting and got me hooked in the beginning but it wasn't as exciting throughout because the pace was slow. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

G. M. Ford lives in Oregon. G M is the author of the acclaimed Frank Corso series and Leo Waterman series. This is his first standalone thriller.

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