Nameless Night by G.M. Ford

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The critically acclaimed and award-winning author of the Frank Corso and Leo Waterman series returns with a spellbinding novel of vanished lives and heinous betrayals that races, twists, and turns like a roller coaster running wild.
 

About G.M. Ford

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Gerald M. Ford was born on July 9, 1945, in Everett, Massachusetts. He received his B.A. from Hawthorne College, a M.A. in English from Adelphi University, and a second M.A., this one in political science, from the University of Washington. Ford taught English and communications at colleges in Oregon and Washington for twenty years. He often thought he would like to write a detective story himself. In 1995, his first mystery, Who in Hell Is Wanda Fuca?, part of his Leo Waterman Series, was published, and since then he has also written Cast in Stone (1996), The Bum's Rush (1997), Last Ditch, and Slow Burn. Ford is also the author of the Frank Corso Series. Ford has been nominated for the Anthony Award, the Shaumus Award, and the Lefty Dilys Award.
 
Published February 5, 2008 by William Morrow. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As a ward of the state, Paul Hardy has been living with a dozen other physically or emotionally impaired adults.

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Ford, the author of the Frank Corso mysteries (Fury , etc.) and the Leo Waterman PI series (Cast in Stone , etc.), stumbles in his first stand-alone.

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His face is horribly disfigured and his skull is misshapen, which is the obvious reason he’s lost his memory.

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I couldn’t believe it when I read on the flyleaf of this book that it wasn’t another Corso book.

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There are the Japanese gardener for whom Paul works, the girl with punk hair who takes him with her and doesn't ask questions, and the young son of a crack 'ho who helps Paul while Paul helps him, among others.

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Even though you don’t know much about Paul’s background, neither does he, his values are solid and the part of Paul who always wants to do the right thing makes him heroic, even though he is constantly running.

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The Director of the Harmony House, Helen, knew she had to stay at the hospital because Paul had no one else.

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