After four years in a coma following a near-fatal car crash, Meg Winter suddenly, miraculously, regains consciousness.
But as she begins to pick up the pieces of her life, one area of the past remains a mysterious, impenetrable blank. She has no memory of the crash, and no idea how she came to be in a car with a man whose name means nothing to her. But someone, it seems, is very concerned that her memories might return.
Suddenly Meg finds herself in a deadly race against time to solve the mystery of that fateful night and discover why her memories are so dangerous - before someone puts her back to sleep forever . . .
Keith Baker delivers shock after shock in Engram, a chilling portrayal of how memory and trauma interlace.
'Vivid and frightening...an intelligent thriller.' The Times Literary Supplement
In the media
Redolent of Highsmith, this is a taut, well-orchestrated piece
Vivid and frightening...an intelligent thriller
The Times Literary Supplement
In a genre where cliche often predominates, Baker shows that he can write strong, clean, fluid English and his dialogue is authentic. A joy to read for any thriller buff
Eugene McEldowney, Irish Times