"[A] pomegranate writer: popping with seeds—full of ideas." —Ray Bradbury
A master of genre writing, Hugo-nominee Henry Kuttner grabs readers from page one in his first mystery.
Psychoanalyst Dr. Michael Gray lives in San Francisco, where his thriving practice keeps him busy and his life uneventful. All of this changes when he learns about the murder of Eleanor Pope from Howard Dunne, a troubled patient. The police think that the murder was the result of a bungled burglary, but Dr. Gray is certain that the killer will strike again.
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145 pages. The second book in a series of five. Nicely edited. Set not too long after WWII. This book is about a psychoanalyst, who solves crimes. I was not very interested in this book. Murder, smoking, drinking, tame sex, nondescriptive murders, homosexualality. Lots of psychobabble. It was almost like taking a class. For ages 18 and up. AD