A serial killer who wants to quit. A detective struggling to keep his personal life out of a murder hunt. And a celebrity psychiatrist facing an incredible challenge. Three damaged individuals, linked by their traumatic histories. They’ve chosen very different paths. Now those paths are about to cross.
Sarah Silver is a hedge fund manager – from Monday to Friday she makes a killing in the markets. At weekends, though, she hunts men, not profits. Martin White used to be a brilliant detective. But his family, judgement and self-control are deserting him. And Karl Gross has sold millions of books on serial killers. However he’s a controversial figure in the medical community.
Can Martin keep it together and catch a killer who commits almost perfect crimes? Is Karl capable of unravelling Sarah’s psyche and putting an end to the killing? Or will she disappear when she realises that the hunter has become the hunted?
PsychoAnalysis is a psychological crime thriller that explores the grey area between good and evil. Why would a woman kill for fun? Can she be understood? Can she be stopped?
What I loved most about this book was the original plot.
Quite different and very gripping.
The characters were very well-developed Sarah especially with her history and back story being thorough and in-depth
The whole book pulsed along the rhythm with my speeding heart rate as I witnessed the push and pull of the cat and mouse chase
intertwining of the constant near misses, close calls and red herrings. Loved watching the story unfold slowly monitoring the missing jigsaw pieces slotting into place and with the conclusion drawing near wondering what the bloody hell was going to happen.
The fact that the author is male gave the story more definition especially writing from different points of view and alternative angles both male and female.
Sarah is an especially interesting character with an unusual history which feels realistic and works really well.
Even though she was sinister and yes, terrifying she was a great character who kept the story fuelled and alive.
Martin was nothing more than a naive stupid fool throwing everything away as he retreated into his protective self disillusioned bubble yet I liked him. Again a colourful character with hidden depth, multi layered with substance. His gut instinct was of interest but his head was way up his arse with his heart not far behind which made him the fool…or did it?
A collection of great people living double lives, spilt down the middle. Lots going on, which is concluded well leaving no end lose and very riveting stuff.
A thriller with a difference in my opinion. A book that you think about often and plays on your mind.
Very much looking forward to a second book.