Spent the weekend reading this book. I love amnesia stories.
A man turns up on a beach in Norfolk and has no idea who he is or how he got there. The press dubs him Mr. Nobody. Who can help him? Enter Dr. Emma Lewis, neuropsychologist, an appealing and intelligent heroine--who has memories she'd like to forget.
I enjoyed the author's strong research on neuropsychiatry. Also the excellent backstory on Emma; bit by bit you learn what happened in her past that makes it so difficult for her to have returned to the Norfolk town where she grew up.
The heroine did take some risks that almost placed her in the realm of TSTL (Too Stupid To Live), but she was brave and resourceful, so I forgave her.
Read this for compelling psychological suspense.