Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Review -Nameless Night by G.M. Ford

Nameless Night by G.M.Ford
ISBN - 978-0-06-087442-1
No. of Pages - 338
Rating - 5 out of 5

Seven years ago Paul Hardy's broken body was found near death. Since then he has been living in a home for disabled adults. He has no memory of his past and has no idea who he is. After a terrible car accident he awakens with a new face, shadowy memories, and a name. As he begins the search for his identity it becomes quickly apparent that he is making people in high places very uncomfortable and he finds himself hunted as he begins to realize that he is at the centre of a government cover-up.

In this his first stand-alone novel G.M. Ford has written an excellent thriller that is guaranteed to keep you turning the pages until the very satisfying conclusion. I could not put the book down until I had finished it. The characters are very well developed, the plot intriguing, and the pace absolutely breathless. I highly recommend this book.

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