Private Practices

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Viking, 1994 - Fiction - 417 pages
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White's first Alan Gregory novel won the praise of writers from Nelson DeMille to Tony Hillerman, who called the author "a dazzling new talent". Now White and his engaging Colorado shrink are back, in a book that surpasses its predecessor in characterization and plot. Gregory's office becomes the scene of hostage-taking and murder in this irresistible new thriller.

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Review: Private Practices (Alan Gregory #2)

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A tape I randomly picked for my commute. At the time I didn't realize that I had read #4 Harm's Way (1996) in 1997 and had not followed up on the series. This time around, I was encouraged to read #1 ... Read full review

Review: Private Practices (Alan Gregory #2)

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A tape I randomly picked for my commute. At the time I didn't realize that I had read #4 Harm's Way (1996) in 1997 and had not followed up on the series. This time around, I was encouraged to read #1 ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of sixteen novels, including Kill Me and Dry Ice. He lives in Colorado.