|Mind Palace, the (1985) [Novel]|
by Steve Pieczenik
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(From the publisher):
KGB. Three letters that spell terror ... a hand reaching into every corner of Soviet life ... reaching into a party in Moscow -- a gathering of the gifted, the privileged, the powerful ... and there amidst the gaiety, a KGB assassination -- and a witness.
The Soviet's General Secretary Anatoly Sukhumi lies dead, and the beautiful Natalya Nikitchenko is suddenly dangerous -- and in danger.
Now the hand of the KGB will close around her, carry her to Kashchenko Psychiatric Hospital to be "treated" -- with subtle torture, mental barbarism, escalating brutality. But one clever, compassionate doctor has discovered the grim truth, and as the KGB tightens its grip, a courageous man and a desperate woman attempt a flight to love and freedom beyond the walls of the mind palace.
Original title: The Mind Palace
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Spy/Espionage
Fiction→ Horror→ Medical Horror & Evil Science