Harm's Way

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Signet, Mar 1, 1997 - Fiction - 421 pages
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Winning the praise of critics and fans everywhere, bestselling author Stephen White is poised to take thriller fiction by storm with this new breakout novel. In this gripping tale of psychological suspense, Dr. Alan Gregory returns to solve the murder of a close friend by a suspected serial killer. But his search for answers leads only to more deadly questions.

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I had read White's "Privileged Information" before I read "Harm's Way". The former was an incredibly well written suspenseful mystery. The latter is a more predictable, less suspenseful, and frankly less well written mystery. The main character is the same - Alan, the psychologist who serves as an occasional consultant to the local police department - is asked to do a psych profile on the unknown killer of his friend and neighbor. As the book continues, several other murders take place, and the $64,000 question is who the murderer is. The cast of characters is small enough that it isn't hard to narrow down the list. The climax is in the last dozen pages when the murderer is revealed. This book had a more difficult time keeping my attention than his other books - I would recommend White's others over this one. 

Review: Harm's Way (Alan Gregory #4)

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Not as good as some of his other books. Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of thirteen previous novels, including The Best Revenge and Missing Persons.

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