Dead Time

Dead Time

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by Stephen White, Dick Hill
     
 

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The "EXHILARATING "(Midwest Book Review) new thriller from the New York Times bestselling author

Psychologist Alan Gregory's ex- wife needs his help. The surrogate mother of her unborn child has vanished without a trace-a mystery with unnerving connections to another young woman who disappeared at the base of the Grand Canyon several years

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The "EXHILARATING "(Midwest Book Review) new thriller from the New York Times bestselling author

Psychologist Alan Gregory's ex- wife needs his help. The surrogate mother of her unborn child has vanished without a trace-a mystery with unnerving connections to another young woman who disappeared at the base of the Grand Canyon several years before...

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Library Journal

In his 16th novel, White (Missing Persons) deepens his exploration of the psyches of the characters in his crime fiction series involving Colorado psychologist Alan Gregory, his family, and his friends. White's 15-year practice in clinical psychology lends credence to descriptions of his characters' motivations, perceptions, and reactions. Thoughtful listeners will likely find Alan's psychological musings involving and rewarding, especially as a seeming midlife crisis forces him to reassess his relationships. We get the 360° view: Alan's insights into himself and into others' impulses, along with commentary on his failed first marriage and not-so-gentle criticisms from friend Sam Purdy. White combines a fascinating murder mystery with wonderful descriptions of Colorado, Southern California, and New York. Read by Dick Hill, this is a well-engineered, well-directed audiobook that will keep the listener's attention; very highly recommended for adult crime fiction and mystery collections. [White is a New York Times best-selling author; Dead Time is also available as downloadable audio from Audible.com.-Ed.]
—Cliff Glaviano

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"Hypnotically absorbing."
-Orlando Sentinel

"Moves at light speed."
-Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469234922
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
05/07/2013
Series:
Alan Gregory Series, #16
Edition description:
Abridged
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.37(d)

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From the Publisher

"Hypnotically absorbing."
-Orlando Sentinel

"Moves at light speed."
-Midwest Book Review

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