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Unformatted text preview: clinics never even knew what was going on. Apparently Rowan slipped in with this creature, had the X rays taken and slipped out, before anybody ever realized there was an unauthorized doctor on the premises, or that her male subject wasn't a patient. In fact, in Berlin, nobody remembers seeing her at all. It's only the computerized date and time on the X-ray film that confirms she was there. Same with the brain scans, the electrocardiogram and the thallium stress test. She entered the clinic in Geneva, directed the laboratory herself for the tests she wanted, wasn't questioned for obvious reasons-white coat, authority, speaks German-and then she took the results and left." "How incredibly simple that must have been." "It was. These were all public facilities, and you remember Rowan. Who would question Rowan?" "Oh, absolutely." "The people in Paris who do remember her, by the way, remember her well. But they can't help us find her. They don't know where she came from or where she went. As for the...
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