Death by Analysis

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Crime Club, 1988 - Fiction - 185 pages
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When saxophonist Kate Baeier is hired by her own ex-therapist to investigate the death of psychoanalyst Paul Holland, she is led into a web of intrigue and police cover-up where none of Holland's clients is free from suspicion.

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Review: Death By Analysis (Kate Baeier #2)

User Review  - Alison Forde - Goodreads

Set in 1981, this was kind of nostalgic, with a background of riot torn Britain and the Lady Di/ Charles wedidng, as well as the general political mood of the time. Brought me back to my teenage years ... Read full review

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Gillian Slovo, author of the novel Red Dust, now a feature film, and co-author of the play Guantanamo, as well as a memoir and nine other novels, lives in London.

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