Three shocking police procedurals told through the eyes of Dr. Dot Meyerhoff, psychologist to the cops.Each book of this riveting trilogy delves deeper and deeper into the tensions, frustrations, and fears that live just below the surface of those tough law enforcement facades. Add to that the power, the manipulations, and the ethical angles surrounding police work. These novels bring a chilling look into the reality of a cop world that most will never experience. In Burying Ben, Dot has barely settled in her new job when a troubled young rookie commits suicide without warning. Despite disastrous consequences, her persistence uncovers the truth and brings those responsible to justice. The Right Wrong Thing follows with Dot plunging into the investigation of a young female police officer who shot a pregnant young girl. Dot discovers that the truth is not always as it seems and that a police psychologist is not immune to terrorist tactics. The Fifth Reflection completes the trilogy as Dot is pulled into the vortex of a terrible crime—a child goes missing—and Dot has complicated connections to this missing child. Urgently, she must disclose her allegiance—or lose everything she holds dear. It has been said that Dot Meyerhoff is one of the most intriguing characters in contemporary fiction. Dot is an iconic figure. She’s conflicted, she’s caustic, and tends toward the pessimistic—but always, she’s sustained by her unyielding determination to do the right thing, no matter the cost.
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About the Author
Ellen Kirschman, PhD, is a well-established and much awarded authority in the field of police psychology. She is the author of numerous books, fiction and nonfiction. Her acclaimed police psychologist novels featuring Dr. Dot Meyerhoff included in this trilogy are Burying Ben, The Right Wrong Thing, and The Fifth Reflection. Ellen and her husband live in Redwood City, California.