Memory Man
David Baldacci
Price  399.00
'Memory Man' by David Baldacci will stay with you long after the turn of the final page.

His family was murdered. The hunt for the killer begins.

'Amos Decker would forever remember all three of their violent deaths in the most paralyzing shade of blue. It would cut into him at unpredictable moments, like a gutting knife made of colored light. He would never be free from it.' 

When Amos Decker returned home eighteen months ago to find the bodies of his wife and only daughter, he didn't think he could carry on living. Overwhelmed with grief, he saw his life spiral out of control, losing his job as a detective, his house and his self-respect. But when his former partner in the police, Mary Lancaster, visits to tell him that someone has confessed to the murder of his family, he knows he owes it to his wife and child to seek justice for them. As Decker comes to terms with the news, tragedy strikes at the local school. Thirteen teenagers are gunned down, and the killer is at large. Following the serious brain injury Amos suffered as a professional footballer, he gained a remarkable gift - and the police believe that this unusual skill will assist in the hunt for the killer. Amos must endure the memories he would rather forget, and when new evidence links the murders, he is left with only one option. 

'Baldacci is still peerless' Sunday Times
'One of the world's biggest-selling thriller writers, Baldacci needs no introduction . . . Brilliant plotting, heart-grabbing action and characters to die for' Daily Mail
'Baldacci inhabits the skin of his creations - tripping us up with unexpected empathy and subtle identification' Sunday Express
ISBN 9781447277590Category FictionSubcategory Crime & Mystery
Publisher Pan Macmillan IndiaImprint PanPublished 05/11/2015
Format B FormatBinding PaperbackPage extent 592
author note
David Baldacci is a worldwide bestselling writer. He writes books for children... »
 
 
 
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