By Sandro Contenta
In early September a woman known only as 'Linda' walked into a Toronto homeless shelter. She was well-dressed, without identification and completely lost to herself. Within weeks, police launched a continent-wide search to find out who she was. Toronto Star reporter Sandro Contenta stumbled onto Linda's story in a small news entry, and embarked on a quest that would lead him deep into the science of memory and its loss. Linda's Story is a fascinating investigation into the mysterious workings of the human brain.
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