Fear Itself (Max Segal Series #3)

Fear Itself (Max Segal Series #3)

by Dan Greenburg


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ISBN-13: 9781477848951
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 01/24/2014
Series: Max Segal Series , #3
Pages: 385
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Dan Greenburg’s seventy-three books have been translated into twenty-four languages and include the two previous bestsellers in the Max Segal series, Love Kills and Exes. Dan has also written the humor books How to Be a Jewish Mother and How To Make Yourself Miserable, as well as many movies, TV shows, and Broadway shows. He’s been a stand-up comedian and a tiger tamer, among other things. To research Fear Itself, Dan spent two years with NYPD homicide cops, going to crime scenes and autopsies to check out corpses, accompanying detectives on high-speed car chases and door-busting arrests. Dan also spent several weeks doing research in maximum security prisons, interviewing convicted murderers in their cells.

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Fear Itself 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarkingPlanet More than 1 year ago
An engrossing story of murder in a homicidal labyrinth with compelling characters, and indeed, a journey into fear itself.  The anguished convolutions of a charming serial killer, and his sex obsessed mother, tear open the world of Detective Max Segal  especially after he becomes involved with an all too human psychiatrist. Fear and suspense grow and don’t let up. The story is filled  with surprise turns (all of them logical), rich in detail, and with ironic humor and attitude woven in throughout. Fear Itself would make a terrific movie…I see Ben Afflek or Michael McConaughy in the role of Max Segal.  I’m certainly looking forward to the next Max Segal story.