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We have been led to believe that the most private and secure possession we own is our thoughts. What if that isn't true? When police call in forensic psychology professor Elizabeth Monroe to consult in a series of strange murders, for the first time in her stellar career, she's not sure where to begin. Elizabeth sifts through clues that will lead to a psychological profile of the killer. But when the murders are being committed by average people with no criminal history, she must investigate a place where evidence hides. The subconscious mind. Elizabeth discovers a path that will lead to a diabolical scheme bringing her face-to-face with the most calculating criminal mind she has ever encountered.
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I look forward to many more in this series...
Tom Lowe is the author of some really good historical fiction books in the Sean O’Brien series. This series is a spin off of the O’Brien series and Elizabeth Monroe first appears in the 3rd book The Butterfly Forest. In this book Monroe’s daughter is murdered. This is a driving force through out the three books in the Monroe series. Elizabeth’s daughter’s murderer has never been found. In this book a man accused of orchestrating a string of murders tells Elizabeth that if she will assist him in his endeavor to deceive the courts, he will give her the name of the person who murdered her daughter. This is the closest she has ever been but can she go through with the deception? Read the book because I wouldn’t think of spoiling it for anyone!
Eliza Foss does a great job narrating.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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- Theresa Atashkar
This is a very good book, unfortunately I’ve read it before. Wished I hadn’t so I could read it all over again!!
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