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Compound Fractures (Mass Market Paperbound)
— Hank is our truck & ladder man & a long-time TC bookseller
"Following the cliffhanger of Line of Fire, Compound Fractures completes the final story of Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory, who was introduced in 1991's Privileged Information.
I was delighted to receive an advance copy, so that I could continue
the gripping conclusion to a series that I've followed since the
beginning. I thought the first two books were quite entertaining, but
the third one, Higher Authority, convinced me that this series was going to be something remarkable, and it has only grown in complexity and sophistication...." ~HankThe full review is Between the Covers.
For more than twenty years, in nearly a score of bestselling crime novels, Stephen White's stories of Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory have captivated millions of readers. Now Compound Fractures provides a riveting last chapter to the series.
Nothing is as it seems to Alan, as unexpected threats and intimate betrayals force him to revisit a cruel ethical dilemma that turned his life upside down as a young psychologist. He has to judge whether the people reentering his life after long absences are friends or foes. He has to make sense of echoes of distant tragedies while he decides if there is anyone he can really trust. And as the clock ticks down, he must solve a deadly mystery in Eldorado Springs that has been brewing for more than a decade....
About the Author
Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and a New York Times bestselling author of nineteen previous crime novels, including Line of Fire, The Siege, and The Last Lie. He lives in Colorado.
“One of White’s smartest novels....Don’t miss this last mile of a deeply satisfying ride.”—Bookreporter.com
“Underscores what a superb writer White is. He’s not just good at plotting, the crux of a fine mystery, but he infuses the story with pathos and sorrow as well as humor.”—The Denver Post
“Engrossing...[a] shocking finale.”—Publishers Weekly