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Gregory no sooner tackles these charges than more of his patients die in ways that seem related. Gregory suspects the killer may be yet another of his patients. Working alone, he follows the tracks ...
Gregory no sooner tackles these charges than more of his patients die in ways that seem related. Gregory suspects the killer may be yet another of his patients. Working alone, he follows the tracks of a cunning and disturbed killer.
"I'd call Stephen White a dazzling new talent." --Tony Hillerman
Successful psychologist Alan Gregory has a bright future--until one of his patients is found dead. Her diary decribes her sexual obsession with Alan--and his willing involvement. Desperate to clear his name, Alan begins the painful search for the truth--a truth that may kill him as well. Reissue.
Posted April 5, 2002
Posted April 25, 2000
I recently started reading novels. I was never able to find an author I really loved, until now. I read Manner of Death and Harm's Way and now this one. This was one of the best books I ever read. I read it for 3 days straight. When I reached the last 30 pages my vision started to blur...but I KEPT READING!!! I loved it. I strongly recommend reading this book by White before any of his others because it gives you some background info on Alan Gregory and the other main characters. If you read nothing else this summer make it this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 24, 2010
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