Jean Rolin, Hollis & Carter, London, 1955. Hardcover, Translated with a foreword by Laurence J. Bendit, With an appendix on narcoanalysis by Edward Saher.

During the German occupation, a French policeman was accidentally shot through the head by one of his colleagues. His life was saved but after the war he was charged with collaboration by the partisans and was injected with pentothal. This is the story of the use of drugs in psychiatry and judicial investigations.

Condition: Good + the jacket is a little edgeworn and a bit shelf rubbed. A little marked. No inscriptions. Internally clean and tightly bound.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 25 September, 2013.

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