SECOND NATURE by DON THOMPSON

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"Allison Walker is an enigma. It seems that the bright young owner of Rain City Yachts has another side to her personality–one irresistibly drawn to the field of medicine. Allison is diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder and committed to mandatory participation in a clinical trial at a prestigious psychiatric institute.
But when she discovers her own misdiagnosis and the true source of her medical knowledge, she learns something even more disturbing: the institute’s executives are hiding deadly side-effects from the FDA and Allison is the only patient left alive with enough knowledge to expose them."
 

About DON THOMPSON

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Don Thompson is a retired high school social studies teacher who taught in Michigan, Vermont and the Syracuse, New York area. Since retiring, he has done first-person interpretations of historical figures such as Samuel de Champlain, Henry Hudson, Florida railroad baron Henry B. Plant and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie for schools and historical and civic groups. He has authored three books: The Golden Age of Onondaga Lake Resorts, Seeking the Northwest Passage and Lake Bomoseen, the Story of Vermont's Largest, Little-Known Lake. Don's family has owned a home on Lake Bomoseen in Castleton, Vermont, since 1967, and he and his wife divide their time between Lake Bomoseen and Parrish, Florida.
 
Published December 9, 2011 by Trafford. 322 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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