- ISBN-10: 0988955008
- ISBN-13: 978-0988955004
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,447,269 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Psychiatryst Paperback – 2013
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Denver, Colorado is about to go full swing into its tourist season when body parts begin to surface in a residential neighborhood. Sonny Thompson is the lead investigator, but with few clues to help him. Then, a murder not far from the same neighborhood and with similarly grisly details. Now, everything he presumed about the first crime is in question. When he returns to the crime scene looking for the one elusive clue that will break the case open, he finds the notable psychiatrist Dr. Laura Hartwig. Why is she there? What is she after? Dr. Hartwig is holding plenty of secrets. She’s heard the confessions, she knows details she shouldn’t, but her involvement could expose her own deepest darkest secret. She is torn between right and wrong, but when push comes to shove, Dr. Hartwig will do whatever it takes to protect what’s closest to her heart.
Top customer reviews
I have to say that I enjoyed “Psychiatryst” by B. Michael Fett but it is not for the meek or timid. There is enough killing and dismemberment in this story to make me say that it is not for the general audience.
Just when the reader thinks that Donovan is the bad guy and he will be caught by the girl’s boyfriend, another killer is introduced. This one happens to be much closer to the pilot and interacts with him in so many ways that the reader is on edge from one page to the next. The reader is treated to a plethora of scenes that would make a good script for a TV movie.