Psychologist Peter Kristal has a method for sorting out people's lives. By arranging their histories like the index entries in a biography, the sequences of cause and effect that have led to their particular neuroses are cunningly revealed. His technique gains him a modicum of success: a thriving practice in Chicago with a client list of thriving stars.
But by concentrating on his rival Richard he is blind to the other factors which put both his life and the lives of others at risk...
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Mark Watson was born in Bristol in 1980. A stand-up comedian, he recently gained international attention with the world's first solo 24-hour show, which won three Edinburgh Festival awards and was described by the Scotsman as 'one of the defining moments of fringe comedy, sure to become a cultural legend'. He had previously won the 2002 Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award, and been nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 2001 with the show 'Far Too Happy'. He lives in London with his fiancé, who accepted his proposal on stage.