White's first Alan Gregory novel won the praise of writers from Nelson DeMille to Tony Hillerman, who called the author "a dazzling new talent". Now White and his engaging Colorado shrink are back, in a book that surpasses its predecessor in characterization and plot. Gregory's office becomes the scene of hostage-taking and murder in this irresistible new thriller.
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PRIVATE PRACTICESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
If White is to be believed, clinical psychology ranks as a dangerous profession right up there with police work, firefighting, and livery-cab driving. But even if the murderous mayhem that ... Read full review
Review: Private Practices (Alan Gregory #2)User Review - Andrew - Goodreads
Wow, this was interesting. A book about Mormons from a non mormon point of view. Of course I didn't agree with how they portrayed the church in some points, but I am a little partial. The story itself ... Read full review