A woman has lost her memory. She may be a CIA agent gone bad--or an innocent target. But in a world of mirrors, it's almost impossible to see the truth--and even harder to escape it. "Move over, Ian Fleming . . . an engrossing story of international intrigue with Ťat last| a female heroine who can hold her own."--New Woman.
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In a quiet Californian city, a beautiful woman awakes in a room she doesn't recognize. Beside the bed a man says her name, Liz Sainsbury. She struggles to remember it, to remember him, and to remember her life as a top US intelligence agent, but her mind is blank, and there is no time.Product Description:
Confused, dazed, and unable to remember her own name, Liz Sansborough embarks on a terrifying journey in search of the truth that takes her into the perilous world of international terrorism, mind-altering drugs, and high-level post-Cold War espionage. 35,000 first printing.
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Book Description Harper Collins, London, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: Fine. Special Overseas. 419 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. In A Californian City A Woman Awakes With No Memory Of Her Life Or Her Past. Bookseller Inventory # 093265