The Interview Room

The Interview Room

Book - 2005
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Prison psychologist Paul Lucas believes his life is endangered when he begins treating a wealthy Harvard man accused of stalking a teaching assistant.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2005
ISBN: 9780312323998
0312323999
Characteristics: 308 p

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Jan 13, 2014

Disappointing. There were quite a few instances where it was very obvious what was going to happen - the author telegraphed it. The main characters - Dr Lucas and his wife, the police, hospital staff - all communicate cryptically, never coming out and saying what they insinuate (and expect the other party to figure out). Could/should have been much better

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nafis8
Dec 15, 2011

An amazing read. Although I didn't have much time to read it, squeezed it through the time I sat on the bus on the way home. A very suspenseful book that will keep you on your toes (even if your sitting) and will draw you to the feelings of the characters. A very amazing thriller as you want to know what the characters will do next. I recommend all those who love suspense, thriller, drama, and excellent character personalities to give it a try.

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nafis8
Dec 15, 2011

"If you do kill, someone don't tell me. Cause I'd be the first one to turn you in"

-Paraphrased as I don't have the book anymore

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