- File Size: 1085 KB
- Print Length: 300 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Swallow Tail Press (May 19, 2013)
- Publication Date: May 19, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CWJOUYO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #809,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"While you read thismarvelous work by Bruce Hartman you get caught up in the madness of the story,which twists and turns and returns. I recommend this book strongly to anyonewho enjoys a fine mystery, laced with a little madness, mischief and themacabre." Five Stars.
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About the Author
THE PHILOSOPHICAL DETECTIVE was published in 2014, featuring the iconicArgentine writer Jorge Luis Borges wrestling with an extraordinary series ofcrimes and the equally baffling conundrums of literature and philosophy,including Zeno's paradoxes, the mind/body problem, and the mysteries ofdestiny, personal identity and artistic creation.
Hartman then wrote a series of satirical comedies, including POTLATCH: A COMEDY, published in 2017. His most recent book is THE DEVIL'S CHAPLAIN, a legal thriller, of which the award-winning author Ken Bruen said, "Brilliant... It is one of the finest depictions of evil I have ever read."
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Ned Hoffman, a psychiatrist who is new to the institute, is charged with the care of Hunter and Antonia Morgan, twin siblings and progeny of Maria and Avery Morgan. He’s concerned that the treatment they are receiving may not be in their best interest.
Each begins to question the same series of events from seven years before, trying to determine what really happened to Maria, and why Hunter and Antonia are in the institute. They soon learn that there’s more to Maria’s suicide and her children’s descent into madness than meets the eye.
In The Rules of Dreaming, Hartman uses a diverse cast of characters to tell a chilling tale of power, corruption, greed, and consequences. Each character is so well defined that it is often difficult to tell whose narrative is the most important to the story. Hartman’s seamless blend of first and third person narration keeps the mystery at the fore, while always leaving more questions than answers. From the first page to the last, I found myself reading at a frenzied pace to unravel the mystery. The moment I reached the words ‘the end’, I immediately wanted to read it again to look for hidden clues. The Rules of Dreaming is unquestionably the most engrossing mystery story I’ve read in years!
This book takes many twists and turns. It leads you through a maze of wonder. Why is this Dr. doing this or that. Then the last few chapters arrive and it begins to make sense. Then come the question of who really killed Maria.
Love, lust and true craziness affect the lives of many.
A great book to read. I hope you enjoy.