The Dark Other
by Stanley G. Weinbaum
Publisher: Fantasy Publishing Co. 1950
Number of pages: 263
Patricia is in love with Nicholas Devine. Suddenly, things turn grim -- Nicholas undergoes a mysterious change and becomes cold and calculating. Patricia consults a psychologist Dr. Carl Horker to try and figure out what has happened ...
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