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The Blind

A Chilling Psychological Suspense

by A.F. Brady

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The Blind by A.F. Brady
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    Sep 2017, 416 pages

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This debut novel explores what happens if there is only a thin line separating a psychiatrist from her patient.

In The Blind, A. F. Brady, a licensed psychotherapist, takes readers inside a residential psychiatric facility in Manhattan and into the world of group therapy and borderline personality disorder (see Beyond the Book).

Sam James is the Typhlos institution's star therapist, the go-to psychologist able to find breakthroughs with the most challenging patients. But when the story opens, Sam is already in crisis, throwing up in the office trash can after an alcohol binge the night before. She may manage to maintain a professional front, but in reality Sam is dealing with many personal struggles and she shares them all on the page, no holds barred.

At first it seems that Sam is on a downhill spiral that she won't be able to escape. She is in a physically abusive relationship with her boyfriend, Lucas, while engaging in casual sex with another man. She has an alcohol problem and...

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