A Head for Murder
The possibility of performing head transplants was considered in the early 1900s. With improved technology and more accurate ability to keep neural tissue perfused, medical professionals are now ready to attempt head transplants; or more accurately, body transplants. Keith Andrew was not the first person to undergo a total body transplant, but he was the only one still alive. Keith’s medical team had a high level of confidence he would survive and live to a ripe old age. He was thankful for whatever more time he could get. His terminal cancer would have killed him in a few more months.
A compatible donor was quickly found, and the transplant performed. While still in a coma, Keith had visions that the donor was the victim of a robbery gone wrong. Keith became convinced that he had to solve his murder. It was a case with few clues and no suspects.