The ClinicBook - 1997
Professor Hope Devane's male-bashing pop-psych bestseller created a storm of controversy on the talk-show circuit. Now she is dead, brutally slashed on a quiet street in one of L.A.'s safest neighborhoods. The LAPD's investigation has gone cold, and homicide detective Milo Sturgis turns to his friend Dr. Alex Delaware for a psychological profile of the victim--and a portrait of a killer.
"Engrossing . . . mines new realms of psychological terror . . . holds the reader riveted."-- Playboy
Hope Devane had very different public and private faces. The killer could be any one of the millions who read her book, or someone from the personal life she kept so carefully separate. As Alex and Milo dig deeper into her shadowy past, they will set an elaborate trap for her killer . . . and reveal the unspeakable act that triggered a dark chain of violence.
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The image came to me late at night: a faceless medical building in an obscure section of Beverly Hills, comings and goings suggestive of macabre secrets. Toss in political correctness gone creepily wrong, the smarmiest side of academia, organized and disorganized crime, and Delaware at his sharpest. The story is catalyzed by the seemingly random murder of a controversial psychologist with a penchant for self-promotion and a shadowy past. That killing leads to so much more…
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