George V. Reilly

Review: Nameless Night

Nameless Night
Title: Nameless Night
Author: G.M. Ford
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ½
Publisher: Harper
Copyright: 2008
Pages: 340
Keywords: suspense
Reading period: 14 April, 2009

Seven years ago, “Paul Hardy” was found with his head smashed in. He recovered physically, but not mentally. After another accident, his wits come back and a few memories. Googling for the one name he remembers brings the NSA to his door. He goes on the run, causing the un­rav­el­ling of a coverup.

Efficient, well-plotted thriller in the paranoid vein. The plot is as risible as most such books, but no matter. Enjoy it for a few hours.

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