Keith Ablow's novels delve deep into that dark and deadly place that Ablow, one of the nation's leading forensic psychiatrists, knows best: the psyche of a killer. Over the past ten years Ablow has explored the catacombs of the criminal mind, interviewing dozens of murderers to find out what makes them tick. In Murder Suicide, Ablow and his alter-ego, Dr. Frank Clevenger, return to take on a murder case like no other. John Snow is a brilliant multi-millionaire inventor with a rare form of epilepsy that threatens to destroy his mind. Experimental surgery could cure him, but at a terrible cost; he will have no memory. The night before his surgery, Snow is murdered. Was it the wife who endured his philandering? The son Snow rejected? Or his business partner, intent on taking control of his inventions? Only Frank Clevenger can unlock the secrets of Snow's dark past. And only Ablow can take readers even further into the mind of a dark killer.
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