Psychoanalyst Alex Cole awakens from a dream overwhelmed with the belief that he’s done something terribly wrong. The professionals call it enosiophobiathe absolute certainty that the person has committed a crime.
Cole believes he may be an assassin. His sessions with his own shrink lead him into an actual scenario of assassinations of Nazi soldiers who stole a fortune of money during WWII. The Nazis are being killed until only two survive. Who is the assassin? The answer is revealed by Dr. Cole working in Europe with Interpol and the beautiful psychologist he meets and gathers clues with as he tracks the assassin.
The answer is revealed in this psychological action-packed novel.
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|Publisher:||Barricade Books, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Henry Kellerman is a senior psychoanalyst in private practice in NYC. His career has spanned more than 50 years doing work as an interpreter of personality. Having held staff positions and professorial appointments at several hospitals and universities, he is also author and editor of 30 books and scientific and clinical papers published in professional journals.
Included in Dr. Kellerman’s list of published books are two titles on Hollywood movies, published by Barricade Books: Greedy, Cowardly, and Weak: Hollywood’s Jewish Stereotypes, examines ethnic and racial stereotyping, while focusing specifically on Jews. Hollywood Movies on the Couch: A Psychoanalyst Examines 15 Famous Films, utilizes psychoanalytic understanding to reveal the true themes of these films. In addition, Dr. Kellerman’s novel, The Making of Ghosts, a psychological novel, was published by Barricade Books in 2012.