Amnesia - Beverly Barton Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847560016 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Beverly Barton / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2007-10-19 by AVON, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
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Amnesia is a fictional paperback in the the crime/thriller genre, published in 2007 by Avon, ISBN 978-1-84756-001-8. This is the story of Quinn Cortez a high profile wealthy young lawyer from a diadvantaged background. He is a womaniser and everyone seems to know it. Things take a turn for the worst for Quinn after he meets his latest lover Lulu Vanderley, who appears to be a kind of it girl from a wealthy socially active local family. Lulu is later found brutally murdereed and Quinn has no plausable alibi. Quinn has been secretly suffeing from bizarre blackouts for a few hours at a time, the most recent during the times when Lulu was ... Read the complete review
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