Imagine what it would be like if every single fragment of your memory is erased and all you know is that someone is trying to kill you.
When Jason Harper wakes up in hospital, he has no knowledge of who or what he is and, more importantly, who had tried to kill him and caused the bloodbath at his house. It seems that a bullet fragment lodged in the brain does that to you.
He has been informed of his name and that he is a psychiatrist by a disturbingly attractive detective sitting by his bedside. He assumes that he must have had patients, but knowledge of family and friends, colleagues, his past and his future is a total blank. He has nothing other than grim determination to help him piece together the puzzle that is his former life.
A suspenseful, frightening road of unravelling his past and the people populating it, enfolds with many unsuspecting twists and turns. Some information comes as a shock and it is only when he delves into the darker side of his past that he is able to make some sense of the present.
Harper will be profoundly tested on his ability to stay alive as well as his mental capacity to emotionally deal with his past.