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Memory Dungeon by R.T.W. Lipkin

An un-putdownable SF mystery… A total knockout.

Set in near-future, Lipkin’s outstanding latest explores the themes of memory and ethics through the lenses of science fiction and mystery thriller. Colin Birch, owner and operator of the Memory Palace—a facility for storing and experiencing memories, finds himself in the middle of a police probe after brutal murders rock the city. As the authorities launches their investigation, shocking revelations come to surface, unraveling a web of dark secrets. Lipkin’s smooth narrative and expert pacing and structure keep the story engrossing from beginning to end. Lipkin builds conceivable motives for the suspects while simultaneously delving into her characters’ private lives. As bodies start piling up, the whole concept of memory storage raises questions about the ethics and ramifications of scientific advancements. Using neat, precise prose to paint awe-inspiring depictions of the futuristic world, Lipkin offers a troubling glimpse into the future of mankind with the advancement of technology. There are real moments of anxiety to keep the pages turning as the taut, suspenseful plot barrels toward its shocking, satisfying ending. This futuristic mystery is thoroughly addictive and unforgettable.

Memory Dungeon

By R.T.W. Lipkin

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Pub date January 17, 2021


Price $3.98 (USD) Kindle edition, $14.95 Paperback

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