Distant Memory

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WaterBrook Press, 2000 - Amnesia - 295 pages
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She lost her memory and identity. And locked in her midn is a secret worth killing for. Lisa Keller awoke in a room she didn't remember, in a otel she never heard of, bruised and battered from an incident she couldn't recall. Then her life got complicated. Lisa sets out to rediscover and recalim the life she's lost. And she's not alone. Two men-a hardened killer and a methodical, high-tech tracker stalking her. and even Nick, the good Samaritan truck driver who's been helping her out, may not be what his seems. All Lisa wants is her memory back. But there are those who will stop at nothing to make sure she never rembers anything again. For Lisa possesses a secret that could bring down one fo the richest men in the world. A secret that could shake the governments to their foundations. A secret that could lead to her own destruction - or 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


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