➻ Missing Persons (Dr. Alan Gregory Novels) Free ➱ Author Stephen White – Lalaweek.us

Missing Persons (Dr. Alan Gregory Novels)The Stakes Have Just Been Raised For Psychologist Alan Gregory His 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 Only Alan Has The Means To 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.The Clock Is Ticking As Alan Tracks One Of Hannah S 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 Listeners Racing To The Stunning Conclusion Of Missing Persons.

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  1. says:

    I remember reading my first Stephen White book featuring psychiatrist Alan Gregory so many years ago I thought it was excellent, so I decided to pick another of his books now many years later via Audiobooks Missing Persons certainly contains elements that kept me captivated, but I was rather let down by the unravelling of the plot Such a shame Still I think the writing is excellent The author s ability to give genuine and realistic voices to many protagonists was what I liked best The plot and its denouement was a bit disappointing.I loved Diane s husband, Raoul Now that guy was intriguing When Raoul starts looking for his wife Diane Alan s colleague therapist in Vegas, that s when I got interested in the mystery.The story itself is a bit complex and not entirely spectacular a 2,5 rating , but it is just one weaker episode in a good series with...


  2. says:

    A few favorite parts It s not always sunny here But I have to admit that it feels like it s always sunny here Missing Persons, Chapter 16 What about food Raoul asked Help yourself to whatever s there, the guy had said.The only food in the Airstream cupboards, it turned out, was a yellow box of cornstarch, a rusty can without a label, and an old margarine tub that was half full of something that resembled ground chiles.The water from the faucet smelled like a rat had peed in it.Raoul had decided it was a good day to start a cleansing fast. Missing Persons, Chapter 56 Make My Day Missing Persons,...


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    When Alan and his work partner Diane discover a fellow therapist dead in her office, they get pulled into the mystery, as one of the dead woman s patients is missing That Alan has a patient that ties in with this missing teen comes as no surprise The issue of ...


  4. says:

    Great book about a missing person But as others go missing we are left wondering how these are linked A real attention getter My 1st book by this author, but I was thoroughly entertained.


  5. says:

    I had read one other book by Stephen White and was not impressed I really enjoyed this book, much better than the first Probably will go back and catch up on the rest of the series.


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    If I could give a half star, this is one of the books where I would choose to do so I d give this 3.5 stars I found this book to be enjoyable It was a good story with enough twists and turns that I didn t figure out whodunit or how it would all end, which made it fun I also really enjoyed all of the insight into Dr Alan Gregory s character, given that the author is a psychologist Being a counsellor myself, it added to the enjoyment The main criticism I have is that the author clearly thinks the reader will forget on each page that there is a confidentiality expectation between therapist and patient I could have stood slightly less of that being drilled into me every time there was a thought that Dr Gregory had about the ethics of the situation On the whole, this was a...


  7. says:

    I really liked the first half to 75% of this book But I don t know something happened at the end As other reviewers have noted, characters were introduced without too much development and showing where they were going.A lot of this is bui...


  8. says:

    Story line good, book a bit slow.Alan Gregory is at it again in a familiar story of a missing girl in Boulder Colorado A girl goes missing from her house, a mother left years earlier, a father trying to hold things together Add a dead colleague, a missing friend and a police detective and you have Missing Persons Stephen White puts together an interesting story but this one jumps around a lot and keeps i...


  9. says:

    We picked this book up second hand plus in paperback while traveling I remember reading reading White s first book years ago before the trend of professionals writing fiction starring people in said profession In White s case the p...


  10. says:

    This is my first encounter with author Stephen White The view of a mystery story from a psychologist s perspective was an interesting one given the confidentiality problems I quite enjoyed it Well written it was one of those that I started reading about 8 30 p.m and di...

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