by Jill Price and Bart Davis
Hardcover, 263 pages, Simon & Schuster, List Price: $26 | purchase
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Describes the author's efforts to come to terms with abilities that cause her to remember events and details with complete recall, in a memoir that also relates her participation in extensive scientific studies.
May 19, 2008 Jill Price can recall every detail of the last three decades of her life — whether she wants to or not. A rare memory condition causes Price to experience continuous, automatic playback of events just like movies playing in her mind. Price talks about her new memoir, The Woman Who Can't Forget.
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