Book Reviews of Harm's Way (Alan Gregory, Bk 4)

Harm's Way (Alan Gregory, Bk 4)
Harm's Way - Alan Gregory, Bk 4
Author: Stephen White
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780451183682
ISBN-10: 0451183681
Publication Date: 3/1/1997
Pages: 421
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 101 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Psychologist Alan Gregory is asked to profile a murderer when his friend Peter is murdered. He discovers he must first find out who his friend Peter really was. Very good book
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Another very good one from Stephen White, this one told from Alan Gregory's point of view. The death of a close friend leads Dr. Gregory to delve into the world of profiling and forensic psychology, a role I hope he'll continue to develop as the series rolls on. I'm looking forward to the next one.
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Excellent thriller - - well developed storyline - - -suspenseful and full of action - - loved trying to put all the pieces together before reaching the end! Just to let you know this book has a different cover but it does have the same ISBN book number that is listed here for this book!!!
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Great pychological thriller.
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I had never read a Stephen White book before but really enjoyed this one. It's set in Boulder and the surrounding area and I liked reading about where I live. It's a mystery with Dr. Alan Gregory as a friend of the murder victim. Keeps you guessing till the end as to the idenity of the killer or killers.
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I;m half-way through the book, but so far, it's a thriller. It's hard for me to put down the book. White certainly knows how to capture the imagination of his readers. Can't wait to finish it!
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Stephen White continues to grow as an author. This book had a good plot (not great), but if you have read any of the previous books, you already care about the characters.
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Dr. Alan Gregory's good friend Peter is murdered on stage. Alan is asked to do a psychologival profile and his widow wants to find the truth about her dead husband's life.
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Alan's good friend Peter is murdeed by what could be a serial killer. The police want Alan to creat a psychological profile of the murderer. Peter's wife is asking Alan to try to discover her husband's secrets. Alan is working with the police to track a killer; he thought he knew his late friend, but what he discovers could kill him.
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Dr. Alan Gregory follows the trail of naked violence and hidden shame from Denver to the peaceful town of Boulder and to the wanton wonderland of Jackson Hole. He thought he knew his late friend - but what he didn't know could kill him....
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When Dr. Alan Gregory's good frined Peter Arvin is found dying on the stage of a Colorado theater, suspicion soars that he is the second victim of a serial killer. Now the police want Alan to create a psychological profile of the murderer. Peter's widow wants to know her husband's secrets. And Alan is deperate to know who killed his friend---and why. Did the guilty party have a sick taste for show biz? Was the murderer inspired by greed or by vengeance? Or by forbidden sex?
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Good book, easy reading. Keeps your attention!
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