The Wrong Reflection by Gillian Bradshaw

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When Paul Anderson awakens in hospital with amnesia after a horrific car crash, there is just one thing he's sure of . . . he is not Paul Anderson. His first terrified thoughts centre on the company he is supposed to have worked for, Stellar Research: for some reason, he doesn't trust Sir Philip Lloyd, the Chairman of Stellar, and feels instinctively that he is in danger. But Paul is a man with no past and no future, and elusive memories of a classified Stellar project are threatening to tear his sanity apart.

Only Sandra Murray, the young woman who saved his life, is prepared to believe him. She senses behind Paul's terrified gaze a rare intelligence, and finds herself warming to this desperate and troubled man. But a news-hungry media and a terrible truth just out of his reach are merely the tip of the iceberg . . .


About Gillian Bradshaw

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Gillian Bradshaw's father, an American Associated Press newsman, met her mother, a confidential secretary for the British embassy, in Rio de Janeiro. She was born in Washington DC in 1956, the second of four children. They didn't move around quite as much as one might expect after such a beginning: Washington was followed merely by Santiago, Chile, and two locations in Michigan. Gillian attended the University of Michigan, where she earned her BA in English and another in Classical Greek, and won the Hopwood Prize for fiction with her first novel, "Hawk of May," She went on to get another degree at Newnham College, Cambridge University, England in Greek and Latin literature, and she sold her first novel while preparing for exams. She decided to stay in Cambridge another year to write another novel and think about what to do for a Real Job. However, while there, she discovered she could live on her income as a novelist and also met her husband, who was completing his doctorate in physics. Between books and children she never did get a Real Job, and she's been writing novels ever since. She and her husband now live in Coventry. They have four children and a dog.
Published June 10, 2000 by Severn House Publishers. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Nevertheless, Sandra believes in him, just as she believes he is right to be wary of Sir Philip, whose arrogance has been enough to arouse her own distrust.

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She learns from his identifications that his name is Paul Anderson and he works as an executive at Stellar Research, an R&D firm.

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