Pacific Heights

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Quercus Publishing, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction - 292 pages
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Pacific Heights, San Francisco. Psychiatrist Vera List discovers two of her clients are having an affair with the same man. But what at first seems like a strange coincidence soon evolves into a serious concern. This Hollywood-suave, mystery man, who insists on anonymity, seems to know both women's most intimate secrets. Moreover, he appears to be using this knowledge to push them to their mental limit.

Fearing for their sanity, Vera seeks help. Help is Marten Fane: intelligence operative for hire, and the go-to man when you are fresh out of options. Fane, along with his crack team of surveillance experts – John Bucher, Roma Solis and Bobby Noble – must find this man, and stop him. Yet as Fane delves deeper into the world of his target, his gut instinct is confirmed: this is not just some creepy Lothario. In fact, they are dealing with a frighteningly calculated professional conducting a disturbing psychological experiment. This experiment will end in death, unless Fane moves like lightening to stop it.

Intense, atmospheric and Premiership-paced, Pacific Heights is a substantial yet breezily written mystery that unravels like a ribbon while firmly glued to your hands.

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User Review  - khoov00 - LibraryThing

This book was a really interesting concept & I was intrigued to read it. I enjoyed reading it and the way it was laid out was really interesting all the way through. The writing reminds me of Dean ... Read full review

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User Review  - woodsathome - LibraryThing

Pacific Heights represents the "debut" novel of Paul Harper (author David Lindsey writing under a pseudonym. As psychological thrillers go it was pretty decent (I know damning with faint praise ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Paul Harper is the pen name for a New York Times bestselling author of great regard. Pacific Heights is the first in a new series of novels centering round the characters of Fane and Company.

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