Psychopath: A Novel

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Macmillan, Jul 22, 2003 - Fiction - 320 pages
34 Reviews
Forensic psychiatrist Frank Clevenger returns in this arresting new thriller from bestselling author Keith Ablow. Having achieved celebrity status with his last case, Clevenger is tapped by the FBI to catch an elusive murderer known as the Highway Killer, who has left twelve bodies strewn across twelve states. But the Highway Killer isnít just a serial killer--heís a psychiatrist whose brilliance as a doctor is matched only by his precision as a murderer.

When he writes to a national newspaper challenging Clevenger to cure him through an exchange of open letters, a gripping public therapy unfolds. With the Highway Killerís brutality reaching new heights as he confronts his mindís darkest demons, will Clevenger exorcise those demons before they spin completely out of control?
  

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Well written, good pace. - Goodreads
... like the author got bored of writing his own book. - Goodreads
However, the prose was...well...less than lyrical. - Goodreads
Fast pace interesting characters. - Goodreads
Maybe the pace could have been faster. - Goodreads

Review: Psychopath (Frank Clevenger #4)

User Review  - Mare Kinley - Goodreads

Like the stars say, "It was OK." I freely admit to my fascination with serial killers and the very fine line which separates sociopaths from "normal" people. On that level, this book was better than ... Read full review

Review: Psychopath (Frank Clevenger #4)

User Review  - Adrienne - Goodreads

There was so much potential to this book, in fact it was the first two chapters that I read for free online that convinced me to check this out at my local library. I thought finally an original, or ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
29
Section 2
65
Section 3
81
Section 4
144
Section 5
157
Section 6
166
Section 7
178
Section 8
254
Section 9
267
Section 10
279
Section 11
287
Section 12
299
Section 13
320
Section 14
327
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About the author (2003)

Keith Ablow, also the author of Compulsion, is a forensic psychiatrist and has testified as an expert in some of the most highly publicized criminal cases in America. He lives in Massachusetts.

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