Face Blind by Raymond Benson
Approx. 76,780 words.
Published on December 15, 2011 by
Imagine a world where you don't recognize the human face. That's Hannah's condition--"prosopagnosia," or "face blindness"--when the brain center that recognizes faces is inoperable. The onset of the condition occurred when she was attacked by an unknown assailant in the inner lobby of her New York City apartment building. And now she thinks he's back, and not just in her dreams.