Have Mercy On Us by Philip Luber

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THE END OF INNOCENCE . . .

1n 1845, Thoreau found the meaning of life at Walden Pond. Now police are searching for the meaning of death there--the grisly work of a cunning serial killer with a unique calling card. To psychiatrist Harry Klein, the chilling case hits too close to home: The murder suspect is his live-in lover's ex-boyfriend, a man embroiled in a heated battle over developing Walden Pond.

Klein is drawn into the center of the horrific case--in a search for a killer that turns into a harrowing struggle between evil and an innocent place, between a serial killer who calls himself the True Believer and Klein, who has everything to live for and maybe nothing left to lose. . . .

 

About Philip Luber

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Philip Luber is a senior forensic psychologist who works with mentally ill and violent patients. He is the author of Deadly Convictions, Forgive Us Our Sins, Deliver Us From Evil, and Pray For Us Sinners. He lives near Boston with his wife and daughter. Sample Philip Luber's other books on the World Wide Web: http://www.ultranet.com/~luber Readers can e-mail comments and questions to: thrillers@juno.com
 
Published August 8, 2010 by Fawcett Gold Medal. 290 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Back for a fourth adventure, Harry Kline, a Concord, Mass., forensic psychiatrist, enlists the help of his fiery FBI agent girlfriend, Veronica Pace, to track down a twisted serial killer called The T

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Back for a fourth adventure, Harry Kline, a Concord, Mass., forensic psychiatrist, enlists the help of his fiery FBI agent girlfriend, Veronica Pace, to track down a twisted serial killer called The True Believer, whose victims were all active in a fight to stop land development near Henry David ...

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