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George Mc Mahon

Hi, I met Kim at Heathrow three days ago. Full of the joys she was. Lost her bag though. Told me she was off to meet her father. For the first time as well. He had contacted her a year ago and they had been in chatting on the phone and e-mailing ever since. Couldn't keep her quiet she was so excited.

Kelly

Kim,

My name is Kelly and I have worked in cosmetics all of my life. My most recent position is at one of the cosmetic counters at Harrod's. The UPC code on the lipsticks proves that it was manufactured by AVON, an American company, who distributes through home parties. That accounts for the awful color!

Perhaps you have friend or relative in the States? Or your husband is a cross dresser?

Perhaps your tramatic event was realizing the your husband was a more beautiful women then you are? As you were running out of the house in tears, you grabbed a pair of shoes near the door. Little did you know they were his pumps! Perhaps the woman torn out of the picture, is actually your husband in drag and the man remaining in the photo is his boyfriend and/or your brother?

Please keep in touch as you continue through this adventure,

Kelly

Donna

Dear Kim,

Listening to the first episode and the background music used in the drama, I was immediately struck by the similarities between your muddling, powerless amnesia experience and Alex’s helpless feelings in the book called 'Coma', in which Alex is hit in a tube at a late night by some hooligans and lost memory for quite a period. BBC has broadcast the audio book with the alike chilling, compelling background music. You might have read the book or forgotten everything about it. This book will give you some clues how to wake yourself up and how to find all possible triggers to regain your lost memory.

While Helen becomes your savoir, she might be the person she knows everything about you, as her aunt said. She might have a special intention, like for your money or your stories to resolve her own problems like seeking somebody else, for any good causes. She might be your enemy or best friend, who knows. But you should be wary of her – her expressions, wording and everything around you while being grateful for her selfless support and aid. I have a feeling that you have become a bit vigilant of her already.


So intriguing, twisting and compelling story. I can't wait to chase it every day.

Donna
Hong Kong
16.1.08

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