From the book jacket: At forty-two, psychiatrist Joe O'Loughlin seems to have it all: a thriving
practice, a beautiful wife, an adoring daughter. But Joe's snug, happy
world is crumbling. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, he's
dreading the inevitable and all too palpable deterioration of his body and
mind. Then, when the police ask for his help in solving the brutal murder
of a woman they assume is a prostitute, he's horrified to recognize the
victim as a nurse he once worked with, and with whom he had a bit of a
past. As Joe begins to suspect that one of his patients may be
responsible, the police zero in on him.
Comment: Suspect was a hit when first published in the UK in 2004, but I don't believe achieved the same levels of awareness when published in the USA last year. It ...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
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