Spy Becomes His Government’s Worst Enemy in New Political Thriller
After an international spy experiences amnesia, the path to recovering his memory quickly turns into the path to revenge—and against his former government employers—in J.M. Erickson’s new political thriller “Albatross: Birds of Flight.”
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When Alex Burns suffers serious injuries on a secret mission, he is left with Trauma Induced Amnesia. After seeking treatment from therapist David Caulfield, Alex starts piecing events back together. Before long, Alex realizes there are some high government officials who would prefer he not regain his memory. In fact, his life may be in danger at the hands of his former employers. When Caulfield suffers his own personal loss, he and Alex become allies, setting into motion a chain of events to ensure their own safety.
Joining Burns and Caulfield are Samantha Littleton, a prostitute who moonlights as a nurse, and her foster sister, Rebecca Littleton, who is left caring for her niece after her parents are killed. Meanwhile, Police Lieutenant Steve Anderson, a former military interrogator, realizes the truth about Alex’s past and his reasons for seeking revenge, leaving Anderson wondering which side he can trust.
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About the Author
J.M. Erickson is an adjunct professor of psychology and counseling, and senior therapist in clinical practice in the Merrimack Valley, Massachusetts. Erickson holds a Master’s Degree from Simmons School of Social Work. He lives with his wife, Christine, and their two teenage children in a suburb north of Boston.