What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you lived or what you might have done? Rush hour, Grand Central Station. Aaron Clifford stops dead in his tracks – but he doesn't know he's Aaron Clifford. He doesn't know who he is at all. No matter how hard he tries, he has no memory of why he's there, where he came from, or where he's going. The clues come slowly: from his surroundings, from his wallet, from the taste of dry martini still on his lips. Eventually, Aaron Clifford will piece together the keys of his life. With that relief will come cold-blooded fear – as he learns more than he ever knew before. Things he shouldn't know. Things he doesn't want to know. Things that could get him killed...
Andrew Neiderman (born 1940) is an American novelist. He became the ghost writer for V. C. Andrews following her death in 1986. He formerly taught English at Fallsburg Jr./Sr. High School, in upstate New York. Neiderman is married to the former model Diane Wilson. They have two children, Melissa, a teacher in Rancho Mirage, and Erik, a jet pilot. They have three grandchildren: Dustin, a musician who attends College in Los Angeles, Hannah Rose, and Emily Grace, the latter both models in LA.
Neiderman is arguably best known as the author of The Devil's Advocate, later adapted into a film of the same name, and the screenwriter who adapted Rain, based on a series of novels released under Andrews' name.
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