Memories of Megan (Safe Haven) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2008
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Cole Hunter woke up in darkness. It'd taken weeks before he could speak again, to walk again. And when he looked into the mirror, he stared at a face that was a stranger. He was told he was Dr. Cole Hunter and he was moving to the area work with Tom Wells on a very hush-hush experimental project concerning hypnosis and mind-altering drugs at a psychiatric institute, sister hospital to the one on Nighthawk Island. He attends the funeral of Tom Wells, a man he is told he never met, but corresponded with through emails.
As Cole stares at Tom's widow, Megan, his mind that is a total blank suddenly sees fragments of memories - all about Megan. As Cole remembers things only Tom could possibly know, both Megan and Cole wonder if he might actually be Tom and someone else is buried in Tom's grave.
Megan knows Tom was upsets about something and does not believe his death was a boating accident. As Cole begins to confide in Megan, Megan is torn between feeling something for this man, a stranger, a man who makes her feel like her husband never did, or is it because the face of a stranger hides her husband? As they dig for answers, Megan's life is threatened. Cole learns the real Cole Hunter is dead, his blood type is the same as Tom's, and there is doctor at the clinic who was selling medical secrets to the top bidder - who also died in a boating accident. The police are convinced he is not really dead, along a missing detective Clay Fox. Could he be the missing doctor, Tom, Clay
or one of the missing patients that vanish at the clinic?
The book ties up this part of the story rather well, but has an unfinished feel, likely handle in the following books. It's a fast read, with a lightning pace, with Herron tossing in enough red herrings to make a full meal!