He has no memory. He is returned to Washington DC where he meets the beautiful Carla, (Nancy Kwan) the woman he lives with. Yet, he doesn't remember her. "It's like sleeping with a beautiful stranger," he tells her. Carla captivates McKnight to the extent of trusting her when he shouldn't. Carla seems drawn to McKnight's power and position in the CIA, giving her a lifestyle that she couldn't have on her own. But is that all she's there for? When McKnight thinks that both the CIA and the Mafia are trying to kill him, he has two choices, fight back or run with Carla. But can he trust her? Is she on his side or helping his enemies destroy him? Perhaps his strange dreams hold the answers to his bizarre situation and the truth about Carla. Join McKnight on his mysterious adventure, as he heads towards the startling revelation.
If you like romantic thrillers such as Vertigo, Sea of Love and Obsession, you'll be captured by this whirlpool story of love, betrayal and redemption.
Narrated by Frank Sinatra Jr. and performed by: Robert Culp, Nancy Kwan, David Hedison, Don Stroud, HM Wynant, Barbara Leigh, Gary Lockwood, Alan Young, Edd Byrnes and Henry Silva.
Very well done. looking forward to hearing the next book from this director and producer.
The plot of the book was somewhat predictable, but the performances were all fantastic. Robert Culp, Nancy Kwan, Don Stroud, Frank Sinatra Jr. and Gary Lockwood were all fantastic. This is a bit silly story wise, but is was fun. Think of it as modern "old" time radio.