Published: New York : Kensington Publishing Corp., 2011 Description: 1 online resource ISBN/ISSN: 9780758278203, Language: English
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A heart-pounding glimpse into the world of forensic psychiatry,Kill Switch marks the powerful fiction debut of Neal Baer and Jonathan Greeneformer executive producers of television's acclaimedLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit. Filled with breakneck suspense, vivid characters, and riveting detail, it is a mindbending thriller you'll never forget. . .Meet Claire Waters, a young, dedicated forensic psychiatrist with unnervingly personal insights into the criminal mind. Haunted by a disturbing childhood incidentand driven by her demonsClaire has always been drawn to those rare " untreatable " patients who seem to have no conscience or fear. She has a natural ability to put people at ease, to help them face their darkest secrets. But one shocking case could make or break her careerand it's waiting for her in the psychiatric wing of New York City's Rikers Island.His name is Quimby. A deranged inmate whose boyish good looks hide a sordid..
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