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The Deadly Percheron (Classic Crime)
The Deadly Percheron - Classic Crime
Author: John Franklin Bardin
ISBN-13: 9780140107333
ISBN-10: 0140107339
Publication Date: 4/4/1989
Pages: 192
Edition: New Ed

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Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
Book Type: Paperback
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Jacob Blunt seems perfectly sane to psychiatrits George Matthews--Except for the hibiscus flower in his hair.. But Jacob himself is not so sure. After all, he is in the employ of certain "leprechauns" who are paying him to whistle at Carnegie Hall and to give away money. George, none the less, begins to trust Jacob. Even when the young man is suspected of committing murder. From then on, George becomes embroiled in a nightmare world that may or may not be of his own making. Truth and fiction, memory and reality blur as the psychiatrist is systematically robbed of his freedom, his identity and his past. Somvehwre in the back of his mind he must know something critical, a secret that someone is doing their best to make him forget....