In his best-selling new novel, "Room 15" a police detective with amnesia suspects he's witnessed a murder and that someone is trying to kill him before he gets his memory back.
Charles Harris talks about how the idea behind "Room 15" first came to him and how he developed it. Memory is a hot topic nowadays. As a Jewish writer and also qualified in Ericksonian hypnosis, he is only too aware of the importance of remembrance... but perhaps there are sometimes things that are best forgotten. Through the lens of a crime thriller, he wanted to explore the experience of forgetting. And the fear of what you might remember when memories return.