Stephen white is on of the better writers when it comes to medical thrillers. This one is very good.
Stephen White's Missing Persons is about Dr. Alan Gregory. Once again, he is pulled into a criminal investigation. This time it starts when he finds another therapist dead and a young girl goes missing on Christmas Eve. The police are afraid that it will be another unsolved crime like the other girl who was killed in Boulder on Christmas Eve. Alan tries to solve the crime and keep the confidential information he learns in sessions to himself.
It is one that you will want to read straight through to see how it ends.
didnt enjoy this one as much as his usual
I enjoyed this book, as did several of my friends.
Excellent Alan Gregory mystery. But this one rings close to home as his long time partner died mysteriouly and has the Boulder police deptartment baffled. Recommend for any fans of Stephen's.
Missing Persons is a psychological thriller that captures one's interest with its fast start until the very end.
This is a great thriller about a psychiatrist trying to solve a series of murders.
Another Alan Gregory psychological thriller, one of Stephen White's best!
If you like psychological thrillers, Stephen White it the author for you. I buy all his books, and this one did not disappoint me. His main character, Alan Gregory, is believable and likable.
A psychological thriller featuring psychologist, Alan Gregory, written by bestselling author, Stephen White. A good book.
Good book! Lengthy and rambling, but interesting and all the pieces came together in the end.
White continues to provide incredible insight with this psychological thriller. A book you will not easily put down.
This was an interesting book but trying to describe it is difficult. It is kind of like an airplane ride. You take off fast and bumpy, then you're in the air and have lots of turbulence that keeps you on your toes, and then the plane lands on a soft, billowy pillow. If you like a 'nice' read, this is it.
The combination of crime thriller and psychologist. The best reading combination
I love this author, even though he keeps you reading waaaaaaaaay into the wee hours.
THE STAKES HAVE JUST BEEN RAISED FOR PSYCOLOGIST ALAN GREGORY:HS FRIEND AND FELLOW THERAPIST HANNAH GRANT HAS DIED AT THE OFFICE, MYSTERIOUSLY AND SUDDENLY. THE POLICE ARE BAFFLED, LEAVING ANOTHER APPARENT HOMICIDE UNSOLVED IN BOULDER COLORADO. THE CLOCK IS TICKING
A SIZZLING NEW TWIST IN THE ACCLAIMED PSYCHOTHRILLER SERIES:ALAN GREGORY FINDS HIS OWN COLLEAGUE DEAD, WHILE ONE OF HER PATIENTS A YOUNG GIRL HAS GONE MISSING FROM BOULDER ON CHRISTMAS DAY.
AS ALAN TRACKS ONE OF HANNAH'S MOST ELUSIVE PATIENTS:HAS SHE BEEN KIDNAPPED, OR IS SHE A RUNAWAY?
SMART AND FAST PACED, MISSING PERSONS SHOW CASES THE RAPID FIRE DIALOGUE AND TAUT STORY LINES THAT HAVE MADE STEPHEN WHITE THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR THAT HE IS TODAY.
A psychologist gets caught up in a series of missing people.
From the Dust Jacket:
The stakes have just been raised for psychologist Alan Gregory. His friend and fellow therapist Hannah Grant, has died at her office in the most mysterious of ways. Her sudden death has left police baffled, and it looks like it will just be one more unsolved homicide for Boulder, Colorado. Meanwhile, the city is in a frenzy because 14 year old Mallory Miller disappeared from her house on Christmas Day - echoing the tragic Jon Benet Ramsey case. When Alan learns that Malllory was one of Hannah's patients, he can't help but wonder if there is a connection between the girl's disappearance and her therapist's death. Determined to find out, Alan begins to decipher clues left by Hannah and discovers that the answers to both cases may be locked in the troubled mind of a patient he has been treating for schizophrenia. Now Alan must make a startling move that could cost him his career - and his life.
this is a comfortable(taller)paperback. good medical/phychological thriller.
A psychological thriller that will capture reader's interest until the very end.
Dr. Alan Gregory tries to find the killer of a fellow therapist. He runs into trouble with a patients who are asking for privacy for events he wants to tell the police.
Love Dr. Gregory, a teenager goes missing on Christmas Eve in Boulder Co., a psychiatrist is dead. Very good story. This is one of my favorite authors.
The stakes have never been higher for Alan Gregory than when he finds his own colleague dead, while one of her patients - a young girl - goes missing from Boulder on Christmas Day.
A New York Times Bestseller.
The clock is ticking as Alan tracks one of Hannahs most elusive patients; has she been kidnapped, or is she a runaway? The answers to both cases may be locked in the mind of a patient he has been treating for a schizoid personality disorder. In a maze of dilemmas that could cost him his career, or his life, Alan takes a bold risk that will have readers racing to the stunning conclusion of Missing Persons.
The stakes have never been higher for alan Gregory than when he finds his own colleague dead, while one of her patients-- a young girl-- goes missing from boulder on Christmas Day...
Alan Gregory finds his colleague dead, and one of her patients went missing on Christmas Day. Alan, a psychologist, looks into the murder of his colleague and finds a connection to the missing little girl.
All the books in this series are great.
I especially like Stephen White's books because they are set in Boulder. Excellent read.
Only Psychologist, Alan Cregory can decispher the clues to the murder of his friend, Hannah. You will enjoy how he does it. I did.
Another good one in the Alan Gregory series. I feel like I know this character from reading so many Stephen White books, and this book places him in an ethical quandry like many of the previous tales. It also refers many times to the JonBenet Ramsey murder, which also took place in Boulder around Christmas, and remains unsolved.
Excellent author, good book, quick read.
whodunit,Alan Gregory finds own colleague dead, one patient missing-young girl- from Boulder on Christmas Day
I couldn't get into this one. The series is tending more toward mystery than thriller, and Missing Persons just crawled along to me.
Hannah Grant has dies suddenly and mysteriously. Alan Gregory is the only one able to decipher the clues that she left. He travels to Las Vagas and begins to question the integrity of those closest to him. While Alan tracks a missing patient of Hannah's the answers to both cases may be locked inside the mind of a client Alan is treating for schiziod personality disorder. Running in a maze of dilemmas, Alan takes a bold risk that may cost him his career or his life.
The stakes have never been higher for Alan Gregory than when he finds his own colleague dead, while one of her patients--a young girl--goes missing from Boulder on Christmas Day...
Psychologist Alan Gregory's friend and fellow therapist Hannah Grand has died suddenly and mysteriously. The police are baffled, leaving another unsolved homicide in Boulder, Colorado. Only Alan can decipher Hannah's clues--a quest that will take him to Las Vegas and lead him to question the integrity of those closest to him.
But while Alan tracts a missing patient of Hannah's the answers to both cases may be locked inside the mind of a client he has been treating for schizoid personality disorder. Running in a maze of dilemmas, Alan takes a bold risk that may cost him his career--or his live.
Another winner for the tales of Dr. Alan Gregory!
The stakes have never been higher for Alan Gregory than when he finds his own colleague dead, while one of her patients - a young girl - goes missing from Boulder on Christmas Day ....
Does this one remind you of another little girl who was found dead in the basement of her home on Christmas in Boulder, Colorado ... a crime that has never been solved?
Very good. Parallels to another Denver incident but with an interesting twist.
I love the characters. However this novel took a while for me to get into. I didn't know what to expect.
I love this series and this book is no exception! The narrator Dick Hill makes the story come alive!
I love these Dr. Alan Gregory books...they keep you on the edge...
Good book, easy reading. Keeps your attention!