G. M. FORD
Harper Collins Publishers
10 East 53rd Street New York, NY 10022-5299
Rating: 4 Cups
Paul Hardy has spent the past seven years in a group home for disabled adults. Sent there after being found barely alive in a railroad car, he has no memory of how he got this way. That is until another accident leaves him severely damaged. This time he awakes with a newly reconstructed face, some flashes of memories, and one single name on his lips.
Helen Willis is caretaker at the home where Paul has lived. When she learns of Paul’s changes after the accident, she helps as much as she can, believing that Paul should know his identity. She enlists the help of Kirsten Kane from the DA’s office. Kirsten does what she can as quietly as she can, but eventually she needs to decide which side she is on.
Paul sets off on a journey that takes him into more danger than he could ever imagine as he tries to piece together the clues and find out who he really is. Cover-ups are everywhere and finding people to trust is very difficult. Yet, he barrels forward at full speed trying to discover who he is and why no one wants him to be alive.
This is an interesting, action-packed story. Mr. Ford has incorporated everyday life with the behind the scenes of the inner dwellings of those who keep crime and destruction alive and running rampant. Nameless Night has an appealing plotline that has many twists the reader will enjoy as well as some humor sported by his characters. This is a read that comes highly recommended. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as I did.
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