Doctor Walter Whalen devised what he thought was a foolproof substitute for chemical anaesthetics, but in his first human trial, something went wrong. His subject, rich and powerful Charles Southcott, emerged with part of his mind missing. Tracing it through the experiment to a small Spanish village, Whalen locates the missing psyche in the body of a shepherd . . . and then dies.
Used availability for Lauran Paine's The Misplaced Psyche
June 1997 : UK Hardback
February 1997 : USA Paperback