Warning Signs

Warning Signs

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Warning Signs 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. The characters are very interesting and I found myself really caring about them. However, I knock it down one star because I suspect a psychologist would've struggled a bit more with the confidentiality dilemma than he did in this book. (I am a therapist myself and found Dr. Gregory's reaction a bit simple and a little too convenient.) However, because the author's writing style makes this a very enjoyable read, I have passed it on to friends - I can't give it a higher recommendation than that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was an excellent work of fiction that had real headlines and tragedies worked in. I would recommend this book to anyone, as a matter of fact, my son is doing a book report on it for a school project. Keep up the GREAT work Mr. White.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Dr. Alan Gregory is a clinical psychologist with a thriving practice and his wife Lauren is an assistant district attorney in Boulder, Colorado. Both Alan and Lauren are renown in their respective fields and have handled many high profile cases sometimes even working together. Lauren is just about to go back to work from maternity leave when she is asked to extend her leave and go to work as a defense attorney for another high profile case.

The Boulder District Attorney Royal Peterson is found murdered in his home. Someone used a blunt instrument to smash the victim¿s skull. Preliminary evidence points to Detective Lucy Tanner, so her partner Sam Purdy wants the best lawyer to handle her case. Alan and Lauren recommend Cozy Maitland, who in turn wants Lauren to serve as second chair for him. Now that the team is on board in case Lucy is arrested, the suspect is kidnapped by an angry young man intending to get his message across to the public by committing some very violent crimes.

WARNING SIGNS is an absorbing legal thriller and police procedural that shows what goes into creating an ugly situation such as Columbine. Alan Gregory, through his professional skills, gives the police (and the audience) some alarming insights into what motivates a teenager to kill and how he justifies it to himself. The actual who-done-it, while compelling, takes a backseat to the frightening teenage sub-plot.

Harriet Klausner

rose2hips More than 1 year ago
I love Stephen White. He makes it so easy to identify with all of the characters, good or bad. I had a real hard time putting this book down. I have really enjoyed reading the all of the Alan Gregory novels in order, starting with privileged information. The main characters are so interesting.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book because of it's in debth characters and detailed reports of what was going on around them. I could see the veiws of what was going on around them. I could hear the sirens and gunshots. It had it's slow periods like every other book, but all in all was really good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good read. Like the characters. Recommend the book. Am a fan of stephen whites books.