A Gap in the Spectrum, Marilyn Duckworth's brilliant first novel, was originally published in 1959. It is the frightening story of a young woman, Diana Clouston, who wakes up one day in a rented room in London, with no memory of who she is or how she came to be there. Slowly she pieces the story together: she is a New Zealander vacationing in England and is soon to be married to a man she doesn't remember. There are also memories of another world: a tepid, bleached-out place that lacks the bright colors of the London streets.
Used availability for Marilyn Duckworth's A Gap in the Spectrum
February 1986 : UK Paperback