The Touch
by F. Paul Wilson

A Long Island doctor receives an electric shock from a dying drunk and gains the power to cure people by touching them. The more people he cures the more forgetful he becomes, as though it kills part of his brain each time he uses the power. An evil senator is involved as well as other well drawn characters.

Year Read: 2001


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