EAN-139780771056611   EAN-13 barcode 9780771056611
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Short DescriptionPaperbound
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AuthorTom Marshall
BindingMass Market Paperback
  • A Novel of Multiple Personality By: Tom Marshall
  • "A chilling yarn... difficult to put down." - The Montreal Gazette
Long DescriptionLaird Allan Carter is in jail for a rape he can't remember committing. Until his conviction, he seemed to be a happily married man in love with his wife. Now he wonders if his migraine headaches and occassional black-outs may have something to do with his cruel fate. Desperate, he meets with a prison psychiatrist, Herb Delaney. Over time the young doctor discovers that there is not just one Laird Allan Carter, but many! Unbeknownst to Laird or Delaney, Carter's estranged sister Elaine also suffers from a multiple-personality discorder. However, as "Madame Eleanor," she has managed to channel her "voices" into a successful career as a spiritualist and medium. And one of her clients is Herb Delaney's unhappy wife, Alice! CHANGELINGS is a chilling novel of gripping psychological drama and almost unbearable suspense. As the lives of Laird, Delaney, Elaine, and Alice begin to converge, the characters fight to become whole --- or die in the process.
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