Nick isn't making ends meet gigging in pubs, so he decides to gain some quick cash by volunteering for a drug trial. But he's beginning to suspect it's giving him side-effects. Not least of which is the ablity to recall other people's memories. Should he reveal this, or is he just paranoid?
The drug Naloxyl is Nick's only reliable source of income. He isn't making ends meet gigging in pubs in Essex so he's volunteered for a drug trial. But he's beginning to suspect it's giving him side-effects. Not least of which is the ability to recall other people's memories. But should he reveal this to his trial doctor, or is he just paranoid? And all this at a time when he really doesn't need the hassle. His friend Eric, former 70s rock star turned eco-warrior, has invited himself to stay. His relationship with older woman Cairo is swinging in and out of focus; and a Swedish producer wants to hear his band perform but the only gig they can fix is at a dodgy S & M club in Kings Cross...
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Frank Tallis was a clinical psychologist and one of Britain's leading experts on Obsessional States. He has written six non-fiction books. His first novel KILLING TIME was published by Hamish Hamilton in 1999. He lives in London W9.
Sensing Others by Frank Tallis
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