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By the author of "The Death of David Debrizzi". When Lloyd James, purveyor of aphrodisiacs, has an accident with his electric razor, his memory is heightened to a supernatural degree. At first he uses this to his advantage, but soon, in his memory-addled state, he begins to see enemies everywhere.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 28th 1993 by Transworld Publishers Ltd
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Debbie Walker
Well written story about love, compulsion, jealousy, etc etc. Hilarious in places, especially the accounts about 'Chad'. We would all like a photographic memory.........but would we really?

Rosslyn
This was billed as funny all the way but it didn't even raise one smile from me. Truly aweful!
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Paul Micou (born 1959) is an American novelist. Born in San Francisco, he grew up in Turkey, Iran, Washington D.C. and Connecticut. After graduating from Harvard in 1981 he moved to Paris, then London. He now lives in France with his wife and two sons.
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