Ryerson's Process

Burundanga is a particularly nasty drug. It makes you forget. Everything.

Alan Ryerson woke up one night on a beach in Spain knowing nothing, not even his own name, and it scared the hell out of him. Who was he, why was he there, what had happened and what had he done?

After hospital, suspicious police, a nightmare escape and drive through the mountains of southern Spain, he returns to Toronto where clues have pointed him, and slowly rediscovers himself.

It turns out he is an industrial chemist, inventor of a revolutionary alternative to gasoline: cheap, clean, efficient, and a major oil producing nation wants him stopped, at any cost.

Fast paced action culminates in a hair raising finale at Niagara Falls.