Imposter for Hire: A Dr. Cory Cohen Mystery
An international intrigue with psychological twists and turns!
Psychologist Dr. Cory Cohen teams up again with private investigator Ben Fortuna. This time they're on a case involving an anorexic young mother and her Iranian husband, a prominent petroleum engineer. His method to reinvigorate abandoned oil wells is sought by a desperate oil company executive willing to do anything, including kidnapping and murder, to claim ownership of the method. Cory and the detective tread a treacherous path strewn with terrorists determined to cause international disasters and a man propelled by greed and ambition.
"Her years as a psychologist have earned Ceren a look at the darkness of the psyche and human behavior. Psychologist-sleuth-Cory Cohen-is both compassionate and tough. A strong, heartfelt work from a writer we will be hearing a lot more about." --T. Jefferson Parker, three-time Edgar-winning author
"Another exciting, engrossing psychological thriller from a favorite author. The well-defined characters and international intrigue create a compelling page-turner to the very end." --Holly A. Hunt, PhD, psychologist, author, speaker
..".a good, fun thriller that packs in a whole lot of themes, in a way that doesn't clash. While being entertained, the reader is likely to get some subtle education on a number of psychological matters such as eating disorders and the effects of trauma." --Bob Rich, PhD, psychologist and author
Book #3 of the Dr. Cory Cohen Mystery Series.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - busymommylist - LibraryThing
This is the second book I read from this author, and I enjoyed them both quite a bit. I have to start out by saying that the author is a great storyteller, and does a splendid job introducing the ... Read full review
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I found this book to be a very easy read. Even though I have studied psychology there were no terms in the book that would make it difficult for anyone to understand. Even if you have not studied ... Read full review