By Patrick Flanery
A captivating novel approximately reminiscence, privateness, worry, and what occurs whilst our previous catches up with us.
After a decade dwelling in England, Jeremy O'Keefe returns to ny, the place he has been employed as a professor of German heritage at big apple collage. even though cozy in his new lifestyles, and chuffed to be close to his daughter once more, Jeremy maintains to believe the quiet pangs of loneliness. jogging throughout the urban at evening, it's as if he may well disappear and nobody might even notice.
But quickly, Jeremy's existence starts taking unusual turns: containers containing files of his on-line job are brought to his condo, a tender guy seems following him, and his aged mom gets nameless cell calls slandering her son. Why, he wonders, may an individual are looking to watch him so heavily, and, much more scary, why could they alert him to the truth that he was once being watched?
As Jeremy takes inventory of the entanglements that marked his years in another country, he wonders if he has unwittingly devoted a criminal offense so critical that he could quickly be confronted along with his personal denaturalization. relocating in the direction of a shattering reassessment of what it ability to be unfastened in a time of ever extra intrusive surveillance, Jeremy is pressured to invite himself no matter if he's 'no one', as he believes, or a traitor not only to his state yet to every person round him.
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I Am No One: A Novel by Patrick Flanery