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  • The Murderer's Daughter

    To me this book was okay only. I found the plot far fetched and the characters stereotypes. It was fast paced and readable & would possibly make a good tele movie.

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  • Character driven thriller

    An orphan due to murder suicide, Grace nevertheless survives to become a successful psychologist. The story is not straightforward and in its telling we see how tragedy in early life has multiple possible outcomes. And then there is a murder that is too close to Grace that she is in deep before she realises. A great read for anyone who enjoys a believable psychological thriller.

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  • Empathy is Overrated

    That's the thought of the main character in the book, the very aptly titled Dr Grace Blades. Her name alone gives insight into her character with the juxtaposition of Grace with the sharpness of Blades. I enjoyed reading the book but I would hesitate to call it a thriller. It's very much a psychological study, revealing more of the character as the book progresses. And make no mistake - this book is ALL about her, with all other characters simply being in her orbit. Once you understand that, things fall into place including the rather bizarre final chapter. I didn't get it at first, then I realised that this was the biggest insight of all into her psyche. It's a scary place inside the mind of Dr Grace Blades. I hope we see more of her.

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  • Great story.

    This book has all the hallmarks of a Jonathan Kellerman tale. Great character building, excellent plot and escalating suspense. This is not part of the Milo Sturgis and Alex Delaware series but Alex does make a brief cameo appearance. The main character Grace is also a psychologist.

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  • MIND~AWARENESS

    Looking into the depths of the mind and processing the deep thoughts going on and being able to write about them, has made this book a very interesting read. I found it very difficult to put down, for any reason.

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