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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    John Katzenbach
  • ISBN:
    0552150215
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552150217
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Transworld Pub (June 30, 2003)
  • Pages:
    640 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1768 kb
  • ePUB format
    1996 kb
  • DJVU format
    1183 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    526
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Once you start to read the book, you'll don't want to stop 'till you finish, keep that for sure

Once you start to read the book, you'll don't want to stop 'till you finish, keep that for sure. Even if you're (or you think you are) so perceptive and the history seems to end in a way you are sure to, the intriguing events - one after another - sometimes make you unsure of what will happen. I can tell a lot about how much I enjoy ". no!, not Rowling!!!, this is John Katzenbach!!) histories, as a matter of fact he's my inspiration to further read psychological suspense histories

Dunett's book was followed by that of John Katzenbach.

Happy fifty-third birthday, Doctor  . Dunett's book was followed by that of John Katzenbach. penetrated a negative dynamic of readings.

Ballantine books, new york. Nor was he able to imagine which patient was in crisis sufficiently to throw such an unexpected change in the relationship between analyst and analysand

Ballantine books, new york. Nor was he able to imagine which patient was in crisis sufficiently to throw such an unexpected change in the relationship between analyst and analysand. Routine was what he built on, routine and longevity, where the sheer weight of words spoken in the artificial but absolute sanctity of the analyst’s office finally p. aved themselves into roads of understanding. Zimmerman was right about that.

183 quotes from John Katzenbach: 'Acepta la locura. Alimenta la paranoia. 'Tememos que nos maten. Pero es mucho peor que nos destruyan

183 quotes from John Katzenbach: 'Acepta la locura. Pero es mucho peor que nos destruyan. and 'El mayor lujo de nuestra existencia, por miserable que sea, es que no sabemos los días que nos han tocado en suerte'.

John Katzenbach (born June 23, 1950) is an American author of popular fiction. Son of Nicholas Katzenbach, former United States Attorney General, Katzenbach worked as a criminal court reporter for the Miami Herald and Miami News, and a featured writer for the Herald's Tropic magazine. He is married to Madeleine Blais and they live in western Massachusetts.

by. Katzenbach, John. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

John Katzenbach has written seven previous novels: the Edgar Award-nominated In the Heat of the Summer, which was adapted for the screen as The Mean . The Analyst: A Novel. Random House Publishing Group, 2002.

John Katzenbach has written seven previous novels: the Edgar Award-nominated In the Heat of the Summer, which was adapted for the screen as The Mean Season; the New York Times bestseller The Traveler; Day of Reckoning; Just Cause, which was also made into a movie; The Shadow Man (another Edgar nominee); State of Mind, and Hart’s War. Mr. Katzenbach has been a criminal court reporter for The Miami Herald and Miami News and a featured writer for the Herald’s Tropic magazine. He lives in western Massachusetts. Библиографические данные.

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Happy 53rd birthday, Doctor. Welcome to the first day of your death. When a mysterious letter bearing these threatening.

"Happy 53rd birthday. Welcome to the first day of your death." Until he opens the letter, New York psychologist Frederick Starks has led a quiet and, so he believes, blameless life, but suddenly someone who believes Starks ruined his life threatens him with a systematic trail of butchery.

Gamba
Although I felt there were a few plot holes at the beginning, I have to admit that I still enjoyed this book immensely. Psychoanalyst Dr. Frederick Starks, who is at the heart of this one, is being threatened by someone connected to his past in some way. Poor Dr. Starks is given the choice between killing himself within 15 days or facing the reality that those he knows will be picked off one by one, randomly and suddenly, by someone known only as "Rumplestiltskin" (or by one of his accomplices).
In the meantime, Rumplestiltskin wreaks havoc on Stark's life, destroying his credit, cancelling bank accounts, even murdering ex-patients. To his credit, author John Katzenbach keeps the clues coming while upping the tension at the same time.
I felt like Dr. Stark's life had become something out of the Twilight Zone, one which no longer contained the normal perameters which many of us take for granted. His home is no longer a haven (Rumplestiltskin invades it at will), his computer and tax records are stoken, even his accounts are up for grabs. All this, of course, takes a toll and Dr. Stark begins to feel the stress. Can Dr. Stark find the madman behind all this before he himself unravels? I couldn't stop reading till I found out.
Tholmeena
This has to be the best thriller I've ever read. I was surprised at some of the negative ratings and then realized those reviewers were expecting an all-action book along the lines of what Mary Higgins Clark writes.
The Analyst does have action and suspense - lots of it - but what sets it apart is the character development.
At the beginning of the book, we meet Dr. Frederick Stark, a Freudian psychoanalyst with a private practice in Manhattan, catering to the neuroses of the rich, famous and miserable. Dr. Starck is isolated socially and professionally - he has no friemds, is estranged from his relatives, barely knows his professional colleagues - so when the threat arrives, he has no-one to turn to. As the clock ticks towards his stalker's deadline and his reactions against the threat are ineffectual, he realizes there is only one way to save his life... and that is to become a completely different person...
Loved it, and stayed up way past midnight to finish it.
Zulkigis
This book got me hooked! I couldn't stop reading it.

It's the story of an analyst who couldn't help a patient and unfortunately committed suicide. The son is looking for revenge but by stalking and mentally torturing him.

He has to take the hard decision of changing his life and who he is to get off the radar and follow this man.

I wont tell you more because I will be ruining the book for you!

But believe me ... you won't put it down!
Ce
"I envy you the experience of reading this book for the first time." That's the note to the reader in the intro pages of "First Blood" (David Morrell) and this is the first time I can restate those words. YOU HAVE GOT TO READ THIS NOVEL. It is the BEST hunter-hunted story of all time. It is fiendishly clever. If you're tired of the same old formula guy-on-run-with-a-beautiful-babe-at-his-side, then look no further. An extemely compelling and tightly crafted tale, you will also get an unusually rich character study of a man who finds himself in the most extreme nightmare, and so he must finally act with extraordinary measures, or perish. A couple of the reviewers who wanted the story shorter should stick to the shlock shoot-em-ups. This is the rare novel that when you finish it, you'll just sit there saying, "Wow, what a story." Then you'll be bummed that it's over. You've got to read this book -- you will not be let down. Mr. Katzenbach, I tip my hat to you.
Dusho
Not finished yet but good twists and entertaining
Jonariara
John Katzenbach unique writting style sorrounds you this time in a history full of suspense and unexpected situations, all around a 53 years old man whom introspection profession and routine philosophy surrenders to the greatest challenge and "antithesis" of life: death.

Once you start to read the book, you'll don't want to stop 'till you finish, keep that for sure. Even if you're (or you think you are) so perceptive and the history seems to end in a way you are sure to, the intriguing events - one after another - sometimes make you unsure of what will happen.

I can tell a lot about how much I enjoy "J.K." (no!, not Rowling!!!, this is John Katzenbach!!) histories, as a matter of fact he's my inspiration to further read psychological suspense histories. I'm in my way to read "Madman's Tale" and "The wrong man".
THOMAS
A great mystery novel! It holds your interest and is not predictable! I enjoyed it down to the last page. While parts of the latter half of the book were a bit incredible, it was nonetheless entertaining.
A fun and riveting novel that keeps one on the edge of the chair or from falling asleep too early. Not what you might expect. Analysis yes, but from whose point of view. You, the reader, must figure it out or you may have to murder yourself.