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A Beautiful Mess

"They say that reality is 90% what you remember."

"And the remaining 10%?"

"What you think you remember."

Manchester, 1969. A mind-altering drug is starting to sweep across the nation. The police are on the case, but with limited success. Camille doesn't want to get involved, but the Doctor's curiosity has already got the better of him. Teaming up with DCI Rhodes and his assistant Giovanna Everglade, the Doctor does what he can.

But things are going to get personal.

The mind works in mysterious ways.

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