I Found You by Lisa Jewell

May 5, 2017

 

Amnesia may be a soap opera cliché – I know fans of General Hospital who are still hoping that Jason Morgan remembers being Jason Quartermaine, and he lost his memory (for the first time, anyway) in 1996 – but that’s only because it’s such a strong launching point for a story. A character who can’t remember anyone could turn out to be anybody.

The word “amnesia,” however, never finds its way into Lisa Jewell’s latest novel, I Found You. Rather “Frank,” as he’s dubbed, is suffering from a “fugue state” – he can’t remember his name, his life, or any details about how he found himself on the beach on Ridinghouse Bay, soaked to the gills after a day in the rain.

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About Jami Deise

Jami Deise writes humorous women’s fiction and mysteries. Being a baseball mom for 15 years led to her first novel, KEEPING SCORE (2013), about crazy travel ball parents. Her second novel, THE TIES THAT BLEED, is about a vampire assassin for the FBI, although she personally has little experience slaying vampires. Her forthcoming book, HOUSE DIVIDED, is due out 11/08/2017, the first anniversary of the 2016 Presidential elections. When she’s not writing, Jami sells houses for Century 21 in St. Petersburg, Florida. She’s represented by Rachel Beck at Holloway Literary.

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