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Twice Dying (Paperback)

Author:  Neil McMahon
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0061098353
ISBN-13: 9780061098352
Sku: 30629343
Publish Date: 11/1/2000
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7H x 4.5L x 1T
Pages:  288
Age Range:  NA
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Outside San Francisco, several violent sociopaths have been released back into society. When they start disappearing, a female psychologist sets off on a search for an answers and gets lured into a macabre game with a brilliant psychopath.
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Outside San Francisco, a sting of NGI's--violent sociopaths found not guilty by reason of insanity--have been sent back into society, and, one by one, mysteriously disappeared....

Beautiful psychologist Alison Chapley wants to know why and sets off on a search for answers that lures her and her former lover, medical examiner Carroll Monks, into a menacing and increasingly macabre dance with a brilliant psychopath known only as Naia....

Naia's perverse and carefully chosen clues--plaster masks, a snuff videotape, a deadly cobra--draw Alison into a psychological seduction she's powerless to resist. Running out of time, Monks's only chance to save Alison is to outwit this twisted mastermind in a deranged and deadly game of cat-and-mouse.

Outside San Francisco, a sting of NGI's--violent sociopaths found not guilty by reason of insanity--have been sent back into society, and, one by one, mysteriously disappeared....

Beautiful psychologist Alison Chapley wants to know why and sets off on a search for answers that lures her and her former lover, medical examiner Carroll Monks, into a menacing and increasingly macabre dance with a brilliant psychopath known only as Naia....

Naia's perverse and carefully chosen clues--plaster masks, a snuff videotape, a deadly cobra--draw Alison into a psychological seduction she's powerless to resist. Running out of time, Monks's only chance to save Alison is to outwit this twisted mastermind in a deranged and deadly game of cat-and-mouse.

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Chicago Tribune Books
"More Monks, please, Mr. McMahon." - Dick Adler 04/09/2000

Kirkus Reviews
"A short, mesmerizing thriller about doctors playing detective....From midpoint on it is not difficult to guess who has done what and with what and to whom. Still, to McMahon's credit, he maintains the suspense to the bitter end." 02/01/2000

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Product attributePublisher:   HarperTorch
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