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Bad Blood

Serpent's Tail

You can't trust your own memories. You can't trust other people's stories either. So how do you know what really happened that night?

Psychologist James Cobb gives a presentation on the art of recovering lost memory on a rainy night in New York. When he leaves, he is approached by a stranger: a dying man, who tells him that, about forty years ago, he woke up in a hotel room with a woman who had been killed, but he does not remember what happened. Cobb needs to know if he's dealing with an innocent man or a murderer. But the threads of this ancient mystery are much more tangled than they seem at first glance.

A highly entertaining box of tricks

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