Line of Fire

Line of Fire

Large Print - 2012
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Forest fires are reducing chunks of the Boulder Valley to tinder and ash; Colorado clinical psychologist Alan Gregory's colleague and close friend, still recovering from a terrible trauma, appears to be approaching a psychological breakdown; and new evidence in an old case causes Alan to reexamine decisions he made in the past, putting his entire career at risk.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2012
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781410449559
Characteristics: 557 pages (large print) ; 23 cm


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Aug 19, 2015

I like the Alan Gregory series and I did enjoy this book. However, I've never really liked authors who feel the need to separate the end of a series into more than one book. By the time one reads the next instalment a lot of what happened in the previous one is lost and it takes away from the enjoyment of the book

Jun 30, 2015

They should say on the cover..continued in next book Good but glad I had the next book in the series, or I forget the plot by the time the next one is out.

Nov 08, 2013

Having been a long time reader of White's novels, I was looking forward to reading this novel. I had to work hard to remember what had happened before in Alan's life to make sense of this novel. Fortunately, White has several storylines going on at the same time which don't require past knowledge of Alan's actions. It is these that are captivating, and the ones that kept me reading. White manages to give twists to his plot that are completely out of left field, so unexpected that they compel one to keep reading. At the end of this novel I was glad I had its sequel nearby. I won't have to work so hard now to remember past events while waiting to see how White will end Alan Gregory's practice. For me, White's "Kill Me" is still my favorite.

Sep 09, 2012

A fair read. I would have liked to have spent my time reading a different book :(:(

rowanquincy Sep 05, 2012

A disappointment. Not a standalone read. Depends on reader rememering details on the previous in the series, and ends with no resolution, expecting reader to get this in the next in the series. Storyline doesn't really make sense in several places.


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