ENGRAM: 'Redolent of Highsmith, this is a taut, well-orchestrated piece' The Times
'Vivid and frightening...an intelligent thriller' The Times Literary Supplement
'Keith Baker burst on the literary scene in 1996 with the wonderful Inheritance, an imaginative thriller...that novel revealed Baker to be a writer with a strong gift for story-telling and a sharp eye for detail. He has continued in the same vein with his third novel, Engram... In a genre where cliche often predominates, Baker shows that he can write strong, clean, fluid English and his dialogue is authentic. A joy to read for any thriller buff' Eugene McEldowney, Irish Times
Keith Baker's debut thriller, Inheritance, was a WH Smith Fresh Talent selection and received rave reviews:
'Breathtaking...if you read no other thriller this year, buy this one' Irish Times
'So good it's hard to believe it's a first novel' Ted Allbeury
'Move aside Jack Higgins, here comes Keith Baker' Tribune Magazine
'As Keith Baker constructs a tangled plot shot through with vengeance and politics, he remains firmly in control, deftly moving his thriller toward its dramatic conclusion' New York Times
'Gripping debut novel' Express on Sunday
'A boisterous fast-paced adventure' Financial Times
After four years in a coma following a near-fatal car crash, Meg Winter suddenly, miraculously, regains consciousness. But as she begins to pick up the pieces of her life, one area of the past remains a mysterious, impenetrable blank. She has no memory of the crash, no idea how she came to be in a car with a man whose name means nothing to her - and no idea why he was murdered at the roadside while she was left for dead. But someone, it seems, is very concerned that her memories might return. Concerned enough to make sure they never do. Suddenly Meg finds herself in a deadly race against time to solve the mystery of that fateful night four years ago and discover why her memories are so dangerous - before someone puts her back to sleep forever.
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