Timothy Lee has fallen into a coma and no one can work out why. His doctor suspects foul play, but there’s one thing that’s missing: evidence. As you solve the case you find there's more to Timothy's condition than meets the eye.
You’ll need to use the tactics of a real detective - and solve a puzzle or two along the way - in order to discover the truth about Timothy Lee.
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One thing that The Detective Society does really well is the cliffhanger. Like any Netflix series we're watching currently, they know exactly when to stop to make you want to come back for more. In ep 1, they gave us just enough to make us intrigued about what's going to happen next. In ep 2, the plot thickens as more information were revealed and we were able to tie some information together from ep 1. Now they have us wonder, will there be a twist in ep 3? Is that person really who they say they are? There's 6 episodes in each season so if you're the type of person that likes to binge watch a show (totally me), I would purchase the bundle and play it together in one setting!