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Posted March 11, 2014
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Henry Kellerman's first novel, The Making of Ghosts is a taut psychological thriller that masterfully weaves multiple sub-plots which leaves the reader engaged until the very end.
A young autistic patient in a psychiatric hospital is found murdered and his body moved. Detectives on the scene are baffled as to motive and suspects.
With clues drying up, Detectives turn to Psychologist Glenn Kahn to help them solve the case. Dr. Kahn soon discovers that things are not as they seem. With his reputation on the line, Kahn must help solve this case by unlocking the mysteries of the human psyche.
This novel is rich in character development and relationships. It is a must read for mystery lovers and audiences interested in psychological ins and outs.