Book Reviews of The Anastasia Syndrome: and other stories

The Anastasia Syndrome and other stories
Author: Mary Higgins Clark
ISBN: 24802
Pages: 214
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Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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In the main story, Anastasia, an historical writer Judith Chase, is engaged to the future prime minister, Stephen Hallet. She is working on a novel though, and is caught up in a lot of other issues along with it. The evil mind of Margaret Carew, dominates Judith, and it is a true mystery as to what is happening within her mind. You really have to read into it to know what I am referring to here, but it becomes very frightening in many places as Judith experiences strange events. The psychiatrist, Dr. Patel, puts her under hypnosis, giving her a drug that makes her regress further into her confusing past.

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