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EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES LISA SCOTTOLINE

November 15, 2015

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EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES LISA SCOTTOLINE

I plan everything. I set everyone in motion, and when the moment comes, I strike. 
Psychologist Dr Eric Parrish is unwittingly under threat.      
Recently separated from his wife, Eric is learning to become a single parent to his seven-year-old daughter, and life is far from straightforward.    
Now Eric has a new patient who could be a severe danger to others. And he must make a decision that will leave deadly consequences in its wake. 
The clock is ticking, and someone is hell-bent on destroying Eric’s practice, his family, his life.    
But how can you defend yourself against an enemy you don’t know?
And can you ever win a game you don’t even know you are playing?
MY REVIEW
 Would you know a sociopath if you met one? The answer could save your life. Psychologist Dr Eric Parrish, is going through a bitter divorce, he has lost his home, his wife, but he doesn’t want to lose his  seven-year-old daughter Hannah, who is sure would rather live with him than her mother. Eric has a new patient Virgina Teichner who doesn’t have long to live. Virgina wants Dr Eric Parrish to help her depressed grandson, Max, who is suffering from OCD. Max seems a strange seventeen-year old, he has no friends. Renee is a obession for Max, he has weird thoughts he is going to hurt her. Could Renee be in danger from Max? What I didn’t like about this story is that so many authors add in thrillers where someone has to visit a psychologist for some reason. I have just got a bit bored of the same old talk to a psychologist. 



 

 

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