Warning Signs by Stephen White

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Sometimes the warning signs come too late...

The brutal slaying of Boulder’s controversial D.A. strikes deep in the heart of everything clinical psychologist Alan Gregory holds dear: After all, Alan’s wife, Lauren, worked for the dead man.

When a new patient walks into Alan’s office—a terrified mother with an explosive secret—he finds himself edging even closer to the darkness. Soon her privileged exchanges convince Alan that a crime is about to be committed. And when he uncovers a shocking link to the D.A.’s slaying, Alan is suddenly locked in the ethical dilemma of his career, thrust into a desperate manhunt for a killer whose identity no one could have guessed.

As the minutes tick down, Warning Signs explodes into a gripping story of crime and punishment, tragedy and retribution—and of human beings caught in the shattering cross fire of forces beyond their control...forces sometimes within themselves.

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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 January 1, 2003 by Dell. 512 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Business & Economics, Crime. Fiction

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Alan’s got precious little time to consider the moral quiddities of breaking doctor-patient confidentiality to disclose the existence of a powerful new suspect in the Peterson case, because Ramp’s about to go ballistic with a series of explosions that will send the case screaming out of the myste...

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Warning Signs by Stephen White 422pp, Little, Brown, £9.99 The serial killer, as glorified by Thomas Harris, is the perversion of a romantic radicalism that lies at the heart of the United States, which has always found it easier accepting the individual impulse, even in its darkest sense, t...

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A patient of Alan Gregory's seems to hold the key, but Gregory is on the horns of an ethical dilemma.

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'Warning Signs' makes highly enjoyable reading, with numerous surprises and White also includes quite a bit of humour, which helps to reduce the tense atmosphere of bombing and murder.

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