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Compulsion By Keith Ablow

by Keith Ablow

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Sometimes insanity shares a family resemblance - the utterly compelling third case for forensic psychiatrist Dr Frank Clevenger
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Compulsion by Keith Ablow

Burdened by his own psychological scars, forensic psychiatrist Dr Frank Clevenger has endured the most extreme twists of the human mind. Then he receives a disturbing call from Nantucket's chief of police. The five-month-old daughter of prominent billionaire Darwin Bishop has been found murdered in her crib.

The obvious suspect is Darwin's adopted sociopathic son, Billy. But even Clevenger can't fathom the motive behind the troubled boy's murder of an infant. What is Billy really running from? Does Darwin's stunning wife Julia know? If she does, she isn't talking. Neither is Bishop's other son who's harbouring terrible secrets of his own. Falling for Julia is Clevenger's first mistake. Investigating the Bishops' twisted emotional landscape is his second. As his own demons rise to the surface, he must play the ultimate mind game to catch the killer - and make it out alive...

'Fascinating' New York Times

'A first-rate thriller' Washington Post

'Compulsion is compulsive reading' Harlan Coben

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Compulsion Reviews

Fascinating' New York Times 'A first-rate thriller' Washington Post 'Compulsion is compulsive reading' Harlan Coben

About Keith Ablow

Keith Ablow, like his protagonist, is a forensic psychiatrist who has testified as an expert in some of the most highly publicized criminal cases in the US. He has written four other Frank Clevenger novels, Denial, Projection, Psychopath, and Murder Suicide . He lives in Massachusetts.

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Compulsion by Keith Ablow
Keith Ablow
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