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White, Stephen | Manner of Death | Signed First Edition Copy
White, Stephen | Manner of Death | Signed First Edition Book


 
MANNER OF DEATH by Stephen White
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First edition, first printing, near-fine (bumped spine, ink mark on front end paper) in a fine dust jacket, signed by the author. 1999 NY: Dutton ISBN 9780525944409
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MANNER OF DEATH by Stephen White - SIGNED FIRST EDITION BOOK

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Ever make a move that's come back to haunt you later in life? Ever take a relatively innocuous step one day that ended up spelling tragedy on another; one that possibly resulted in the deaths of numerous colleagues and friends? Well, we certainly hope not -- but that's the frightening premise of Manner of Death, the latest spellbinding psychological romp from New York Times bestselling novelist Stephen White (Critical Conditions) and his character Dr. Alan Gregory.

Dr. Alan Gregory, the Boulder psychologist whose previous six cases have all introduced him to murderers, becomes a killer's target himself. The news comes when Gregory travels to Denver for his old school acquaintance Dr. Arnold Dresser's funeral. A pair of retired FBI agents hired by Dresser's mother lay out an elaborate pattern of accidents stretching back 10 years, all involving members of the 1982 Orange Unit on Eight East of the University of Colorado's Health Sciences Center. Long before Dresser froze to death after a mountain-climbing accident, Gregory's supervising psychiatrist died in a plane crash; his fellow residents have fallen victim to malfunctioning tanning beds, disappeared from cruise ships, and been slain in drive-by shootings. And now, the ex-Feebies tell him, it's his turn, since he and Dr. Sawyer Sackett Faire are the only surviving alumni of the 1982 Orange Unit.

Gregory's terror is mixed with guilt and fascination, since he can't forget the torrid affair he and the beautiful, unapproachable Sawyer carried on during their residency. Now, when he does see her again, after replaying his memories of their earlier romance, he'll find out the secrets she was carrying around 17 years ago - though not before the killer booby-traps the renovation at Gregory's house and sends his wife, ADA Lauren Crowder, and their dog to the hospital. The murderer, Gregory feverishly realizes, could be anybody connected with Eight East - the ex-patient reborn as a CNN anchor, the chess-playing schizophrenic Gregorywas forced to release, or the man who offered to trade the identity of real-life airplane hijacker D.B. Cooper for his ticket off the floor.

A newly honed sense of humor adds zip to White's prose without detracting a mite from the menace and gore. Even if the reader has never read an Alan Gregory thriller before, Manner of Death comes highly recommended.
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