Harm's Way

Harm's Way

Book - 1997
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Penguin Putnam
In this novel of "fascinating psychological suspense" (San Francisco Chronicle), Dr. Alan Gregory follows a trail of harrowing secrets, naked violence, and hidden shame into the haunted heart of a friend he thought he knew. And now, what Alan still doesn't know might kill him.

Baker & Taylor
Psychologist-sleuth Dr. Alan Gregory investigates the brutal murder of his long-time friend and neighbor Peter Arvin, only to discover that Arvin had been hiding dark secrets that neither Gregory nor the victim's wife had ever suspected

Baker
& Taylor

A best-selling thriller by the author of Private Practices follows Dr. Alan Gregory's perilous quest for the truth behind the murder of an actor friend, journeying behind the scenes of the theater world to find an elusive killer. Reprint.

Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Signet, 1997
ISBN: 9780451183682
0451183681
Characteristics: 432 p. ; 18 cm

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GerryAdams
Jun 02, 2011

Graphic...did not finish...

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rahmmie
Apr 27, 2011

Well written and good plot set-up, but I thought the ending was lame

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