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The Key Of All Unknown – Kathryn Hitchins

Brilliant scientific researcher Tilda Moss wakes up in hospital unable to speak or move and with no recollection of what happened to her. Determined to find answers and prove she is not in a persistent vegetative state, she travels back through her fractured memories looking for clues. Could someone really have tried to kill her? An indulged younger brother, an obsessive flatmate, jealous colleagues and a missing lover. Everyone has a motive. On the edge of death, and questioning the value of her life, Tilda’s only hope is to unlock the key of all unknown.

My Review:  This book has all the ingredients of a brilliant thriller with the added bonus of an intriguing and thought provoking angle. Dr Tilda Moss wakes up in a hospital unable to move or communicate and diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state. The Key of All Unknown sees Tilda trying to work out how she ended up in hospital and takes us through her childhood memories, family dynamics, career and lover. Full of twists and turns I read this book thoroughly gripped and with a huge lump in my throat throughout. Highly recommended

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