Line of Fire by Stephen White

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When authorities reopen their investigation into the suicide of a woman named J. Winter Brown, Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory and his equally culpable friend Sam Purdy inadvertently disclose details of their involvement in her death. Now, the trail that leads back to Alan and Sam, once cold, has turned white-hot.

With his vulnerability mounting daily, Alan begins to fear that a mesmerizing new patient may be the catalyst that can cause everything he treasures—his marriage, family, friendship, and future—to implode. As the authorities close in, the story hurtles toward a conclusion that will set the stage for the most unexpected of outcomes: the final act of the Alan Gregory saga.
 

About Stephen White

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STEPHEN WHITE is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen previous suspense novels, including The Siege and The Last Lie. He lives in Colorado.
 
Published August 7, 2012 by Signet. 385 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War, Crime. Fiction

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But that very conversation puts them back in the hot seat when the accident victim, threatened by a variety of police charges himself, makes a complete recovery, checks out of the hospital, comes after Alan with what he’s learned, and vows to bring down Sam in order to keep himself out of jail.

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Several old cases preoccupy Alan Gregory in bestseller White’s fine 19th thriller starring the Boulder, Colo., psychologist (after 2010’s The Last Lie).

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Book Reporter

In this penultimate installment of Stephen White’s series, Alan Gregory begins to fear that a mesmerizing new patient of his may be the catalyst that can cause everything he treasures --- his marriage, family, friendship and future --- to implode.

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Denver Post

As if that's not enough, an opportunist who overhears Sam and Alan discuss the crime, surfaces as Alan's patient, intent on blackmail.

Jul 29 2012 | Read Full Review of Line of Fire

Portland Book Review

||As catastrophic fires threaten the city, Alan also worries about his longtime friend and fellow psychologist, Diane, who seems headed for a breakdown.

Jan 20 2013 | Read Full Review of Line of Fire

TCPalm / AP

After 20 years, Stephen White has decided to end his popular series featuring psychologist Dr. Alan Gregory.

Sep 16 2012 | Read Full Review of Line of Fire

The Gaming Gang

Not focused on one studio or publisher Cons: As you finish the magazine you’ll wish there was more pages of the overall excellent content The latest issue of Lock ‘n Load’s Line of Fire magazine is mainly focused on Forgotten Heroes Vietnam Second Edition with quite a few in depth articles.

Jun 26 2012 | Read Full Review of Line of Fire

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