Missing Persons

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Penguin, Mar 3, 2005 - Fiction - 528 pages
Psychologist Alan Gregory’s friend and fellow therapist Hannah Grant has died suddenly and mysteriously. The police are baffled, leaving another unsolved homicide in Boulder, Colorado. Only Alan can decipher Hannah’s clues—a quest that will take him to Las Vegas and lead him to question the integrity of those closest to him.

But while Alan tracks a missing patient of Hannah’s, the answers to both cases may be locked inside the mind of a client he has been treating for schizoid personality disorder. Running a maze of dilemmas, Alan takes a bold risk that will cost him his career—or his life.

 

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User Review  - Preston.Kringle - www.librarything.com

Missing Persons grabs you with several mysteries at once, and though at times chapters seem to be out of place it is a good read. It however has an ending that ties everything together nicely, which doesn’t seem to follow the rest of the flow of the book. Read full review

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User Review  - Carl_Alves - LibraryThing

In Missing Persons, Dr. Alan Gregory is investigating a missing persons case, hence the title. Meanwhile, a woman is killed in his colleague's office. Later, this same colleague goes missing. All of ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of the Alan Gregory novels. He lives in Colorado.

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