Read this over the weekend, just about in a single sitting actually.
From the Blurb:
1945. The war is over. But there are no medals for Danny McRae, just amnesia and blackout's, twin handicaps for a private investigator especially with a filthy rich client on the hook for murder.
McRae's blackouts mean that entire hours, or days, of his life are a complete blank. So when the news of a brutal killer stalking London's red light district begins to stire up some grisly memories McRae is terrified about what he might discover if he starts to investigate his own fractured mind.
1945: The war's over. But there are no medals for Danny McRae. Just amnesia and blackouts; twin handicaps for a private investigator with an upper-class client on the hook for murder.
Danny's blackouts mean that hours, sometimes days, are a complete blank. So when news of a brutal killer stalking London's red light district start to stir grisly memories, Danny is terrified about what he might discover if he delves deeper into his fractured mind.
As the two bloody sagas collide and interweave, Danny finds himself running for his life across the bomb-ravaged city. The only escape is through that gap in his memory...
Will his past catch up with him before his enemies? And which would be worse?