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The wrong reflection
Bradshaw, Gillian, 1956-
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Sutton : Severn House, 2000.
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284 pages ; 23 cm
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When Paul Anderson awakens in hospital with amnesia after a horrific car crash, there is just one thing he's sure of . . . he is not Paul Anderson. His first terrified thoughts centre on the company he is supposed to have worked for, Stellar Research: for some reason, he doesn't trust Sir Philip Lloyd, the Chairman of Stellar, and feels instinctively that he is in danger. But Paul is a man with no past and no future, and elusive memories of a classified Stellar project are threatening to tear his sanity apart.

Only Sandra Murray, the young woman who saved his life, is prepared to believe him. She senses behind Paul's terrified gaze a rare intelligence, and finds herself warming to this desperate and troubled man. But a news-hungry media and a terrible truth just out of his reach are merely the tip of the iceberg . . .

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Rescued from drowning, Paul Anderson wakes up in a hospital with the conviction that he is not who everyone says he is. When he meets Sandra Murray, the woman who rescued him, he finds an ally willing to help him investigate his supposed connections to Stellar Research and a mysterious classified project. Noted historical novelist Bradshaw (Island of Ghosts) expands her repertoire to include an sf thriller laced with intrigue and a truly star-crossed love affair. Lucid writing and intelligent storytelling make this a good choice for most sf collections and for Bradshaw's fans. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.