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In his fifth book about intrepid Colorado psychologist Alan Gregory, Stephen White zooms in on Gregory's wife, Lauren--an assistant district attorney who has multiple sclerosis. Protecting a friend targeted by anti-abortion terrorists, Lauren shoots at a man during a snowstorm and sets off a blizzard of recriminations. As usual, White makes the evolution of a convoluted plot as believable as the rocky landscape. Previous Gregory adventures available in paperback: Harm's Way, Higher Authority, Private Practices, Privileged Information. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
In his fifth Alan Gregory novel (following Harms Way, LJ 2/1/95), White unwinds a tightly constructed thriller involving attempted murder, high technology, and politics. Psychologist and amateur sleuth Gregory here plays a supporting role to his new wife, Deputy D.A. Lauren Crowder, who's charged with shooting a man to protect her law intern, Emma Spire. At the center of the story is Emma, a media darling for her courage years earlier when her surgeon general father was assassinated for his freedom-of-choice views and died in her arms. Desperately trying to protect her privacy, Emma finds herself vulnerable to unimaginable violation after becoming romantically involved with high-tech wizard Ethan Han, and she turns to Lauren and Alan for help. White shows sensitivity in his characterizations, in dealing with Lauren's multiple sclerosis, and in giving a D.A.'s view of what an arrested person endures. He has another top-notch page-turner here.?Michele Leber, Fairfax Cty. P. L., Va.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I have read all of Stephen White's books. This was the only one that I really didn't like and struggled to get through. Read morePublished on July 26 2002
Could Stephen White have written any more twists into this book? Would it be possible for more characters to be in jeopardy? Read morePublished on May 17 2001 by twisesq
I have never been moved to write a review for any book (good or bad), but this one simply infuriated me! Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2000 by Amazon Customer
The turns and twists of the plot are very interesting considering you are dealing with a period of approximately only twenty four hours. Read morePublished on June 23 2000 by David Engelhart
Any guy who describes ordinary, everyday headlights being turned off as "the extinguishing of two vanilla flames," and admires himself for his powers of description, shows very... Read morePublished on March 7 2000 by P. Mcclure
This was my first SW book and probably my last. The plot was interesting for about 30 pages and then simply stopped being interesting. Read morePublished on Nov. 1 1999 by A. Lorani
I suppose every author writes a clinker now and then. After reading and loving the previous four books, I was stunned at the outright dullness of this "effort. Read morePublished on April 22 1999
I thought this book started out interesting, but it kept getting more and more dull. I finished the book anyway, because I thought it would get better towards the end, but it... Read morePublished on Dec 20 1998