Your name is Ben Schwartzman.
You’re standing in a bookstore that’s closing in five minutes, and you’re reading the back cover of this book.
You’re wondering if the back cover is referring to you. Well, yes, it is. It’s talking about you. And to you.
You’re in a precarious position, my friend.
If you turn your attention to the store’s display window and look through it, toward the street, you’ll see someone standing there; someone who has been following you for the past half-hour, at least.
There’s no time for explanations.
This is just a back cover and the bookstore, as stated earlier, is about to close. Take this book, buy it, put it in your bag, and head straight home. Don’t look back, but be conscious of the fact that someone is following you.
Go home and read me.
It may well be a matter of life and death.
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