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by Dick Hill,Stephen White


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Tenth book in Alan Gregory series. I have always enjoyed this series by Stephen White. I like the characters and his fast paced writing style.

Tenth book in Alan Gregory series. All in all just a little too far fetched. This series sometimes has some flat periods. Plus, the books are based in Boulder, CO and the scene descrptions can be pretty awesome too. If you haven't read anything by Stephen White I'd recommend checking out this series. There are currently 17 books in the series. So be sure to start with the first book: Privileged Information.

Stephen White (Author), Dick Hill (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher). Cold Case: Alan Gregory Series, Book 8. Stephen White. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Warning Signs is fast paced and doesn't disappoint. The author can take several seemingly unrelated stories and weave them together in a way that may not always answer all of the questions, but certainly leaves you wondering.

Book 10 of 19 in the Alan Gregory Series. The brutal slaying of Boulder’s controversial . Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). strikes deep in the heart of everything clinical psychologist Alan Gregory holds dear: After all, Alan’s wife, Lauren, worked for the dead man. When a new patient walks into Alan’s office-a terrified mother with an explosive secret-he finds himself edging even closer to the darkness.

Written by Stephen White, Audiobook narrated by Dick Hill. Psychologist Alan Gregory is living through a season of discontent. With a new daughter, a wonderful wife, and a prospering career, he has little to complain about but lots of regrets: past cases that won't let him go, patients who don't get better, and a growing unease with keeping secrets. But Gregory has two new patients who will drag him out of his introspection and dare him to enter a storm of injustice and revenge.

Warning Signs (Alan Gregory, by Stephen White · Dick Hill. The brutal slaying of Boulder’s controversial . strikes deep in the heart of everything clinical psychologist Alan Gregory holds dear: After all, Alan’s wife, Lauren, worked for the dead ma. hen a new.

Stephen White Warning Signs Dr. Alan Gregory Series (Книги 10).

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of The Program and eight previous suspense novels. He lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and son, where he is at work on his next novel. Библиографические данные. Warning Signs Dr.

Narrated by Dick Hill.

Written by Stephen White. Narrated by Dick Hill. The brutal slaying of Boulder's controversial DA strikes deep in the heart of everything clinical psychologist Alan Gregory holds dear: after all, Gregory's wife, Lauren, worked for the dead man. But the bloodied body is just the first in a series of high-voltage incidents in a gripping story of crime and punishment, tragedy and retribution - and of human beings caught in the shattering cross fire of forces beyond their control. forces sometimes within themselves.

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The brutal slaying of Boulder's controversial DA strikes deep in the heart of everything clinical psychologist Alan Gregory holds dear: after all, Gregory's wife, Lauren, worked for the dead man. But the bloodied body is just the first in a series of high-voltage incidents in a gripping story of crime and punishment, tragedy and retribution - and of human beings caught in the shattering cross fire of forces beyond their control ... forces sometimes within themselves.

Comments: (7)

Reighbyra
I am a big Stephen White fan, who waits every year for his latest. Those of you new to Dr. White are in for an incredible treat, as you go back and read from the beginning. His books are intelligent, well-written, with complex plots and complete characters. Warning Signs isn't up to his usual offerings. This one strayed too far from the core characters for me and introduced characters for this story I didn't care about. You get a lot of insight into the psychological elements that motivate people to do bad things, as you would expect from a psychologist-turned-author, but the culprit was revealed too early for me. Dr. White obviously spent a lot of time on research about explosives. His usual attention to detail is there, and there are a couple of curves thrown, but some aren't developed. I didn't get the impression that Dr. White was having a good time with Warning Signs. Overall, I say if you don't know this author read some of the others first. You owe it to yourself---and him---before you read this. He's a superb author. I am sure this book isn't a warning sign that that will change.
Ylonean
Warning Signs is proof that a writer who works diligently at his or her craft will continue to get better and better. White never relaxes into any sort of personal formula but rather approaches each new book with fresh insights, as if it were his first effort rather than his eight or ninth. Particularly effective in this book is the range of "voices" of the characters. Each one has different phrasing, different cadences; each is fully indicative of a complete person. Even the villains of this piece come across as real, believable beings. And the author, via hero Alan Gregory, acknowledges that there is such a thing as standard, pat "shrink-talk," which he goes to considerable lengths to avoid. A lot of hot-button issues are addressed in Warning Signs, not only the matter of school violence (disaffected teens) but also the very important issue of what it takes to get people in positions of power to listen to what matters to so many who are affected by the decisions of the judicial system, and the often disastrous fallout from those decisions. It has been said many times before that we've arrived at a point in history when more attention is paid to the rights of the criminal than to the rights of the victims. That fact is at the core of this novel and it's well addressed, with the author wisely leaving the resolutions to be made by the readers.
Few authors could carry off a novel that switches back and forth between third person and first person narrative, but White succeeds admirably in Warning Signs. It helps to heighten the considerable tension of the book. As well, bits of welcome humor (the description of baby Grace's cold symptoms are truly funny) help to render Alan even more human.
One minor quibble: any woman who's done laundry will have the same problem that I did, concerning a bedsheet that figures strongly in the plot. The evidence wouldn't have survived the hot-water wash we all use on whites. But it is only a minor quibble and in no way detracts from the overall fine quality of the book.
Most highly recommended.
Whitesmasher
White's books always start out fast and keep you racing through the pages until you finally come to the part where things become totally silly. This is no exception and when you arrive at the climactic scene you're faced with a kid who is an unlikely mega-multi-tasker of death and destruction. White's good at building suspense and ending each chapter with a hanger that forces you to keep reading. The silly climax notwithstanding, this is one of White's better books. If you overlook the improbabilities, the coincidences, the elitist yuppified left-wing snarky asides, the ersatz moral concerns, etc., you may actually end up enjoying this book.
Garne
Loved the multiple plot twists. I had trouble putting my kindle down while reading this book. The fact that the villain was polite and likeable (at least in the eyes of one character) was interesting and somewhat unique for this genre. Overall this was a terrific, very enjoyable book!
Quinthy
I started reading this series from book one, Priviledged Information, and each installment is better than the one before, which is no simple chore. Warning Signs is fast paced and doesn't disappoint. The author can take several seemingly unrelated stories and weave them together in a way that may not always answer all of the questions, but certainly leaves you wondering. The "bad guy" may do horrible things, but the story is told with the psychological insight that doesn't make the reader hate him.
Xwnaydan
This is the first of White's novels I've read and I can't wait to download more. I seemed to be surprised over and over again and I love that in a book. The fact that it takes place in and around Boulder almost made it more enjoyable as I live in Colorado.I wholly recommend this as a read that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Would be perfect for a movie plot. kh
Querlaca
Great Read. Love the Sam Purdy character. Great dialogue between Sam and Alan.
As usual this book has been written by one of the best authors out there. I usually do not care for domestic mysteries except for almost anything written by this author.
Warning Signs (Alan Gregory Series) download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Dick Hill,Stephen White
ISBN: 1587883600
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (February 26, 2002)