Fatal Analysis: A True Story of Professional Privilege and Serial Murder

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Psychologist Martin Obler's newest patient, Devon Cardou, is a brilliant, charismatic, disturbed young man having violent, bloody dreams. Though Obler tries to help Devon cope with reality, the doctor grows more and more uneasy, when he reads in the newspapers about a recent series of murders. The grizzly details sound horrifyingly familiar. As Obler enters the mind of a madman, he finds himself caught in a terrifying web of manipulation, deceit, suspicion and danger. Torn between his oath of confidentiality, ...
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Psychologist Martin Obler's newest patient, Devon Cardou, is a brilliant, charismatic, disturbed young man having violent, bloody dreams. Though Obler tries to help Devon cope with reality, the doctor grows more and more uneasy, when he reads in the newspapers about a recent series of murders. The grizzly details sound horrifyingly familiar. As Obler enters the mind of a madman, he finds himself caught in a terrifying web of manipulation, deceit, suspicion and danger. Torn between his oath of confidentiality, loyalty to his patient and the pressing desire to protect society, Obler's ethical and moral dilemma has begun... Then the doctor finds out his own fiance is being stalked. Suddenly, what had been a professional, intellectual quandary becomes a personal, real life nightmare.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780882821528
  • Publisher: New Horizon Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1997
  • Pages: 309
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.32 (h) x 1.16 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2004

    the best book i have read!

    Fatal Analysis has been the best book i have ever read. i mean i wasn't able to put the book down. the suspense that the book gives you is amazing. i''m a student and i have told all my teachers and peers about it. the book is really good i would recommend it to any one who enjoys reading. the book is so good i have been taking days to try to find out more information about it. which has been practically impossible. anyways, the book has been a great book and i do recommend you to read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2001

    the best book i've read

    this is one of the most amazing books i've ever read. it couldn't have been better although i often find myself wondering whatever happend to devon. a wonderful story line and the ending was phenominal.

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