Sidney Sheldon The Naked Gun
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The psychiatrist's couch holds many secrets. Can it also hold the key to a series of brutal murders? The thrilling first vel from the internationally bestselling Master of Suspense. Two murders, one victim murdered in the street in a gruesome but apparently arbitrary attack. The other brutally tortured and left to die in agony. Now it's the turn of psychoanalyst Dr Judd Stevens...In a chilling game of cat and mouse, Judd must become the hunter rather than the hunted if he wants to stay alive. Working with the mindset of a detective, he must analyse his patients, searching for a motive, clues, reasons. Could it be Teri Washburn, Hollywood starlet, thrown out of tinsel town in scandal and w addicted to sex? Could it be Harrison Burke, top business man and disturbed paraiac? Or could it be Alexander Fallon, a crazed evangelist, convinced that God has chosen him to avenge all sin in the world? In this deadly game, there can only be one winner...If Judd is to survive he must play the game to win. This is Sidney Sheldon's first vel - a gripping, intense thriller that brought him fame as a bestselling velist.
Author(s) Sidney Sheldon
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
Date of Publication 07/08/2006
Subject General & Literary Fiction
Place of Publication London
Country of Publication United Kingdom
Weight 160 g
Width 111 mm
Height 178 mm
Format Details A-format paperback
Author Biography A master storyteller, Sidney Sheldon is the author of seventeen novels (which have sold over 300 million copies), over 200 television scripts, twenty-five major motion pictures and six Broadway plays, ranking him as one of the world's most prolific writers.
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