The Last Witness

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Tom Doherty Associates, Oct 6, 2015 - Fiction - 144 pages

When you need a memory to be wiped, call me.

Transferring unwanted memories to my own mind is the only form of magic I've ever mastered. But now, I'm holding so many memories I'm not always sure which ones are actually mine, any more.

Some of them are sensitive; all of them are private. And there are those who are willing to kill to access the secrets I'm trying to bury...

A classic Parker tale with a strong supporting cast of princes, courtiers, merchants, academics, and generally unsavory people.

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User Review  - LisCarey - www.librarything.com

In a world that is recognizably not our 18th or early 19th century, the teller of this tale is a man with an interesting talent. He can take memories from your mind so neatly that you'll never know ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kassilem - LibraryThing

This is a really intriguing idea. So intriguing in fact that I wished there had been more made out of it than a small novella. There is a lot of potential here. Expanded into a novel, and it could ... Read full review

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K J Parker is the author of a number of popular fantasy series, including the Engineer, Fencer and Scavenger trilogies as well as several standalone novels, novellas and numerous short stories. Parker has previously worked in law, journalism and numismatics (and yes - we had to look it up, too), and currently lives in the south of England.

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