Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Book Review - Memory Man - David Baldacci

Memory Man (Amos Decker, #1)Memory Man by David Baldacci

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book introduces the character Amos Decker a former detective who has fallen on hard times following the brutal murders of his wife and child. An accident as a college football player has left him with the condition hyperthymesia - the ability to recall all the events of his life.

Following a man coming forward, confessing to the murders of Decker's family and then a mass killing at the local college, the book takes Decker on a journey to discover not only how these two events are linked but ultimately to who killed his family.

Another page turner from Baldacci and I shall be checking out to see which other books of his feature Decker.

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  1. I've not read much of late, but I love David Baldacci. Good to see this positive review!

  2. Sounds like a good book. I haven't read any by this author!

    1. I've read a few if his now. Some are stand alone some feature the same characters. Usually good thrillers and American based.

  3. I gave up on David a while ago (can't remember the book now) but I remember he seemed to have some sort female leg fetish going on. Sounds like he has returned to form.

    Just looked up my book review it was Simple Genius: there was one woman who was a martial arts expert with glorious legs, another who was crippled in a wheelchair and another with an artificial leg. Huh?:)


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