By Michael Robotham
(Vintage, Paperback, 9780307275486, 368pp.)
Publication Date: May 8, 2007
Detective Inspector Vincent Ruiz can’t remember how he got to the hospital. He was found floating in the Thames with a gunshot wound in his leg and a picture of missing child Mickey Carlyle in his pocket. But Mickey’s killer is already in jail. Add to this the blood stained boat found near where Ruiz was pulled from the water, and the pieces just don’t add up. Now, accused of faking amnesia and under investigation, Ruiz reaches out to psychologist Joseph O’Loughlin to help him unlock his memory, clear his name, and solve this ominous puzzle. Michael Robotham is one of the finest new thriller writers working today. Marked by vivid characters and full of unexpected turns, Lost is a hair-raising journey of vengeance, grief, and redemption through the dark London underworld.
MICHAEL ROBOTHAM is a former journalist and the coauthor of a dozen bestselling autobiographies published in the United Kingdom. He lives in Sydney, Australia.
“Spellbinding.”—The Tampa Tribune “An exceptional thriller. . . . [With] deft dialogue, a fast-paced plot, and richly drawn characters.” —Tucson Citizen “A satisfying and intricate tale of deception, double crosses, murder and twisted familial love.” —The Miami Herald “[Robotham] deftly mixes sentiment and noir to create a complex mystery.” —People