Hanging Time

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Bantam Books, 1996 - Fiction - 413 pages
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In an expensive boutique on New York's Upper West Side, a young salesgirl ispersuaded to open the door to her death.

In the chaos of a police station, ambition and sexual politics raise the stakesof solving a vicious crime.

In his office, a famed psychoanalyst hears a sister's tale of emotionalterrorism and madness.

For April Woo and Jason Frank, suspense fiction's most engrossing detectiveteam, the clock is ticking on another brutal killing.

"Sharp as a scalpel...scary as hell. Leslie Glass is Lady McBain."--Michael Palmer, author of "Critical Judgment"

"Gripping psychological drama...there's no straight path to the truth weheninformation is manipulated and withheld on all sides."-- "Publishers Weekly"

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The solution to a series of murders lies in the complex relationship of abuse and dependency between two sisters, one of whom is a patient of psychiatrist Jason Frank. Although his involvement in this ... Read full review

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Leslie Glass, who grew up in New York, has worked as a journalist, a playwright, and a novelist. She studied music at Mannes College and received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Glass started writing the April Woo series in 1995. The stories presented in the novels are all based on real police cases. In 1991, she started the Leslie Glass Foundation, which grants graduate research fellowships in the criminal justice and mental health fields. Since 1998, she has been a trustee of the New York City Police Foundation and is actively involved in the Crime Stoppers program.

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