The Interrogation Chair by Scott L. Miller

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The Interrogation Chair is an intense, psychological suspense novel with a heart that mixes elements of Jeffrey Deaver, Stephen White and Robert B. Parker. The Interrogation Chair crosses over to whet the appetites of traditional detective story readers, keep whoodunit mystery fans guessing and satisfy forensic novel aficionados--with enough sex, conflict and intrigue to keep the action spicy and the story moving. Competitive, cocky Mitchell Adams is a Ph. D. Social Worker in St. Louis who has it all--intelligence, looks, a thriving private practice and a new townouse--and the ladies' man has fallen for beautiful Kristin Gray when his highly ordered world is suddenly turned inside out by her brutal murder. All evidence points to Mitchell and he starts receiving disguised phone calls from someone who claims to be her killer and a client of his. The cunning, delusional killer carries a past grudge and is hellbent on putting Mitch through the trials of Job in a sick game of cat and mouse--if Mitch tells the police about his mystery caller, the killer will murder one of his clients next. Filled with a spectrum of colorful, challenging clients as potential suspects, Mitch runs the killer's twisted gauntlet alone in a race against time to find the killer before the police arrest him for Kris' murder. Mitch finds himself in the proverbial hot seat with an amoral killer, with words as his only defense while he struggles to save himself from a horrific death. The smooth-talking Mitch must sell 'Swastikas to the Pope' if he is to wriggle out of this mess. His odyssey returns him to his days as a fledgling therapist, forces him to admit to his own past secret and makes him choose between learning the truth about the woman of his dreams and keeping a memory alive.
 

About Scott L. Miller

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Scott L. Miller currently works full-time as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in a St. Louis, Missouri hospital. He received his Master's Degree in Social Work at St. Louis University and has over twenty years experience as a psychiatric Social Worker, having worked earlier in his career with adults and children in several Missouri state psychiatric hospitals. He lives in Chesterfield, Missouri with his wife Elizabeth and their 'barn' of two beagles and three cats. He has a daughter Ali, two grandsons, Chandler and Trey, and three step-children: Amie, Richie and Luke.
 
Published May 10, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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