The Case of the Paranoid Patient
The pitiful moans from the patient next door haunt Paula Glenning during her recuperation at the Windsor Clinic. Ever curious, Paula begins to wonder why the doctor is dosing the woman with so many tranquilizers . . . and what really caused the car crash that landed her in the hospital.
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