"Writers are a type of murderer - dismissing characters here, killing them off there!" So says private detective Daniel Hunter, who wakes to find himself in a futuristic, constantly-changing four-storey building called "The Complex", with virtually all his recent memories gone and in his pocket only a strange gun and a list of bizarre clues to a murder. Convinced that by deciphering the clues he will both solve the murder and escape the Complex, Daniel, together with similarly-lost Mimi O'Ryan, puzzles his way down through the changing levels of the Complex, increasingly startled by corresponding changes in his own appearance and personality - until finally he questions not only his attitude to the murder and the Complex but also his very identity.
Daniel King is a prize-winning author whose stories have appeared in literary magazines around the world. His collection Memento Mori won Interactive Publications' IPPicks competition for fiction in 2010. He recently joined the Catholic church.
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