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    Good to see accuracy in the details

    As a retired crime scene investigator, married to a psychotherapist, I have been happily surprised by the accuracy of the backgrounds in all of the Kate Huntington books and this one is no exception. If you like a good tight plot, with a few curve ball twists thrown in for good measure, then you will enjoy Suicidal Suspicions and, if you haven’t read the rest then you need to get them too.
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    Kassandra Lamb scores another touchdown!

    Kate, a seasoned psychotherapist, gets word that one of her clients has apparently committed suicide after seemingly being in a stable place in her life at the time. Despite knowing that she did nothing wrong , Kate becomes depressed and despondent herself. Kate finds herself wanting answers while dealing with her own feeling of disbelief, grief, self doubt and regret. Through all of these feelings, Kassandra Lamb introduces characters and situations that begin to restore Kate's confidence and eventually reveals a very surprising ending. This book, in the Kate Huntington series, is somewhat darker that the prior books yet it shows some very real sides of some of the recurring characters. Kate's husband, children, and friends need to find ways to cope with this unfamiliar person she has become. Although this book, like all the books in the series, is stand alone, reading one or more of the prior books will allow you to more deeply appreciate how much Kate's mild depression affects the responses from her family and friends and her own thought processes. This is an excellent read that could only be improved by reading one or more of the prior books.

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