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Living in the Dead Zone is a modem clinical analysis revealing how Janis Joplin, the leading female blues artist of the 1960s, and Jim Morrison, the influential rocker and lead singer of The Doors, both suffered from a little understood psychiatric disorder that eventually took their lives. Living in the Dead Zone simulates intense, mesmerizing psychotherapy sessions with Joplin and Morrison. It provides, at long last, a definitive explanation for their outrageous behaviors and emotional turmoil.

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