Cal Donley regains consciousness on the orbital colony Daedalus. It's a beautiful place, home for more than a million people, but Cal doesn't remember leaving Earth. In fact, he can't remember his name or most of the past dozen years.
He's had his memory blanked at a Forget-Me-Now memory erasure shop -- Why? And why is he covered in dried blood that isn't his?
Praise for Memory Blank
"In the realm of novels, John E. Stith's Memory Blank...is a good solid mystery, a good adventure, and even a good science-fiction novel—all between one set of covers."—Starlog
"Gave me the most realistic description of living in an O'Neill colony of anything I've read, and colony descriptions are interwoven through this fast-paced and intriguing story."—L5 News
"This futuristic thriller is taut and gripping, the characters are believable, and the computer's pretty human, too!"—British Science Fiction Society Newsletter
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About the Author
John E. Stith's works include REDSHIFT RENDEZVOUS (Nebula Award nominee), MANHATTAN TRANSFER (Hugo Award Honorable Mention), REUNION ON NEVEREND, and RECKONING INFINITY (on Science Fiction Chronicle's 1997's Best Science Fiction Novels list, on the Nebula Award preliminary ballot). His other novels are SCAPESCOPE, MEMORY BLANK, DEATH TOLLS, and DEEP QUARRY. Naught Again includes a Nick Naught novella and a novelette. Stith's work also includes best sellers, a Seiun Award finalist, a La Tour Eiffel Science Fiction Book Prize finalist, HOMer Award winners, and Science Fiction Book Club selections. His work has also appeared on the New York Public Library Best Books for Young Adults list, Science Fiction Chronicle's List of Year's Best Novels, and the yearly Locus Recommended Reading Lists. His website is www.neverend.com Personal Facebook Page for interests beyond writing: www.facebook.com/john.e.stith More books from John E. Stith are available at: http://ReAnimus.com/store/?author=John E. Stith