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[Epub] ↠ Line of Fire Author Stephen White – Hakkas.us

Line of Fire Dr Gregory Is Starting To Feel Settled, Hopeful That A Long Period Of Upheaval In His Private Life Is Behind Him He Refocuses His Energy On His Clinical Psychology Practice, Where A Beguiling New Patient Captivates Him, But The Interlude Of Calm Doesn T Last Devastating Fires Are Threatening Boulder Alan S Dear Friend Diane Is Showing Signs Of A Long Simmering Emotional Collapse And Alan S Most Pressing Fear The Exposure Of A Dangerous Secret Has Become A Peril Too Real To Ignore.A New Witness Has Surfaced, Causing The Police To Reopen Their Investigation Into The Suicide Of A Woman Named Justine Winter Brown When Alan And His Equally Culpable Friend, Sam Purdy, Inadvertently Disclose Their Involvement In Her Death To A Stranger, Any Confidence They Feel About Riding Out A Renewed Investigation Evaporates The Trail That Leads To Alan And Sam, Once Cold, Has Turned White Hot.With His Vulnerability Mounting Daily, Alan Suspects That His Mesmerizing New Patient May Be The Catalyst That Could Cause Everything He Treasures His Marriage, His Family, His Friendships, And His Future To Implode As Flames Lick At The City, The Story Hurtles Toward A Shocking Conclusion That Leaves The Stage Set For A Jaw Dropping Last Act The Upcoming Final Book In The Two Decades Long Alan Gregory Saga.

[Epub] ↠ Line of Fire  Author Stephen White – Hakkas.us
  • Audio CD
  • Line of Fire
  • Stephen White
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 1455836753

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Line of Fire Author Stephen White – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    How Stephen Got His Groove Back I was disappointed by The Last Lie, but White is back in fine form with this one I blew through it lickety split I might have even gone with five stars if not for all the stuff about Amanda s brother s boners yes, THAT kind of boner That got old, and didn t contribute much to the plot Things get pretty chaotic in Boulder for Alan Gregory and Sam Purdy, what with forest fires and psychos and friends w...


  2. says:

    To call this book explosive is the understatement of the year Anyone wishing to pick this book up ought to be prepared before doing so Let s do a quick checklist to ensure all areas have been covered a have read all the previous books in the series in order , b be ready for some hefty psycho therapeutic language in the opening third of the book, and c refrain from skimming or reading the book without paying full attention While White is known for his anti climactic story lines and his tw To call this book explosive is the understatement of the year Anyone wishing to pick this book up ought to be prepared before doing so Let s do a quick checklist to ensure all areas have been covered a have read all the previous books in the series in order , b be ready for some hefty psycho therapeutic language in the opening third of the book, and c refrain from skimming or reading the book without paying full attention While White is known for his anti climactic story lines and his twists and turns from beginning to end, this book takes it all to a new level Weaving together all the known characters into two major plot lines that keep the fast paced action moving and leave devastation in its rearview mirror White has moved things up into high gear for his readers and does not disappoint While some areas do tie off nicely, ...


  3. says:

    As I move forward to the last book in this series I think it is both bittersweet and yet appropriate for the series to end Stephen White has chosen to weave a lot of threads through the series, and they were starting to unravel a bit This is a muchmorally ambiguous series than say, Jonathan Kellerman s Alex Delaware series, and it is definitely beginning to be difficult to understand and accept the choices all the characters are making.Having said that, this was an interesting, fast pace As I move forward to the last book in this series I think it is both bittersweet and yet appropriate for the series to end Stephen White has chosen to weave a lot of threads through the series, and they were starting to unravel a bit This is a muchmorally ambiguous series than say, Jonathan Kellerman s Alex Delaware series, and it is definitely beginning to be difficult to understand and accept the choices all the characters are making.Having said that, this was an interesting, fa...


  4. says:

    This is the next to last book in the Alan Gregory series and it may very well be the best yet I was lucky enough to get an ARC from the moderator of my Stephen White group, who got ten from the author to give out to our group The story is far superior to the last one in the series, The Last Lie, which I found disappointing This entry is gripping from beginning to end, continuing major story lines from Missing Persons and Dry Ice and dropping in references to other entries as well The interac This is the next to last book in the Alan Gregory series and it may very well be the best yet I was lucky enough to get an ARC from the moderator of my Stephen White group, who got ten from the author to give out to our group The story is far superior to the last one in the series, The Last Lie, which I found disappointing This entry is gripping from beginning to end, continuing major story lines from Missing Persons and Dry Ice and dropping in references to other entries as well The interaction between Alan and Sam is especially strong, as is the depiction of the deterioration of Alan s relationship with his colleague Diane The story focuses primarily on the ramifications of the dirty deed committed by Sam, with Alan s later knowledge and approval of, at the end of Dry Ice, as well as Diane s emotional...


  5. says:

    re reading this to prepare myself for final book in the series wanted to have all the back story fresh in my mind so the final book would flow for me 3.5 stars only reason it didn t getstars from me is because I had a hard time in the beginning all the back and forth between previous story lines I kept trying to figure the previous stuff out go back in my memory to remember what happened with McClennan,etc When I let that go, I enjoyed the book, then at a point, everything just re reading this to prepare myself for final book in the series wanted to have all the back story fresh in my mind so the final book would flow for me 3.5 stars o...


  6. says:

    OMG I was blithely listening to this book thinking maybe it is just as well that the series is coming to an end Then White draws me back into the life of Alan Gregory with a bombshell not literally, but enough to grab me The book ends in such a way, I want to start the next It will be the last, as it was written in 2013 so I don t think White will write anyMaybe by reading the book, I ll know why I really enjoyed this series Some books are better than others, but overall they have OMG I was blithely listening to this book thinking maybe it is just as well that the series is coming to an end Then White draws me back into the life of Alan Gregory with a bombshell not liter...


  7. says:

    Stephen White s fictional novel Line of Fire starts so disappointedly slow that both my wife and I considered setting it aside, but as the wife forged ahead into this next to last novel in White s long running saga of Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory she found herself engaged I would soon follow, entering the can t put it down stage Line of Fire is the 19th and next to last book about Dr Gregory, his wife Lauren and their good friend police Detective Sam Purdy I am already looking with g Stephen White s fictional novel Line of Fire starts so disappointedly slow that both my wife and I considered setting it aside, but as the wife forged ahead into this next to last novel in...


  8. says:

    Thanks, Dustin My book arrived yesterday, and I have some extra reading time right now, so I ready to get started Oh, my, I didn t see any of this coming I didn t want this book to end, didn t like to think about what was happening to these characters that I have liked so much and don t want the series to end I won t say , don ...


  9. says:

    Coming into a series at the nineteenth book is not a good idea This story was filled with allusions to earlier books in the series that would have evoked memories and emotions for fans of the series but I just found them vague and incomprehensible The protagonist of this story is Dr Alan Gregory who is a psychotherapist in Boulder, Colorado He is married to an Assistant District Attorney He is good friends with a Boulder police officer named Sam Apparently, some time about three years in t Coming into a series at the nineteenth book is not a good idea This story was filled with allusions to earlier books in the series that would have evoked memories and emotions for fans of the series but I just found them vague ...


  10. says:

    bittersweet Knowing that this is the beginning of the end makes this a hard book to pick up As if by not reading it I can postpone the ending of this series Of course I can t, and once I picked it up, it was hard to put down I haven t read all the books in this series yet, but I was given an oppertunity to read an ARC of this book and I couldn t pass that up There was a LOT of catching up to do and honestly I had no idea what was going on at the beginning of this book, I was able to catch u bittersweet Knowing that this is the beginning of the end makes this a hard book to pick up As if by not reading it I can postpone the ending of this series Of course I can t, and once I picked it up, it was hard to put down I haven t read all the books in this series yet, but I was given an oppertunity to read an ARC of this book and I couldn t pass that up There was a LOT of catching up to do and honestly I had no idea what was going on at the beginning of this book, I was able to catch up and the story was great I think that for those that have read each and every book it woul...

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