The Bourne Identity Author:Robert Ludlum The man had been dragged from the sea-more corpse than man. He opened his eyes in the filthy room on the small island of Port Noir, in the Northeren Mediterranean. The bullet wounds about his head had been cleansed white by the violent waters. — There was one other man in the room; he had waited for the moment when his extraordinary patient would... more » come out of coma. And the stranger was extraordinary. The words he had screamed, the languages he had spoken; he had the body of an athlete, a mind of immense intelligence.
"Who's in this room?" asked the patient.
"I'm a doctor," said the emaciated man. "Your doctor. What's your name?"
"I asked you what your name was?"
The stranger stared helplessly at the wals. "I don't know."