Murders are rare in Vermont and almost unheard of in the sleepy
Connecticut River town of Oak Pond. But in a single day, Oak Pond
Chief of Police Jake Frazier has not one, but two murders to solve.
Two woman therapists, both involved in bizarre New Age therapies,
have been killed on the same day, though in different parts of
town. Without the investigative tools available to large police
departments, Frazier must rely on other sources and he enlists the
help of ex-FBI profiler Ellen Coffey and forensic psychiatrist Hank
Clark, to try and solve the crime. In addition to Vermont natives,
the town is made up of wealthy transplants, trust fund babies, and
educators who might pose a problem. The shock of the murders
propels both factions toward a collision of lifestyles-traditional
and progressive. Keeping the peace between the two hampers Frazier,
Clark and Coffey's investigation but also leads them to unearth an
alarming world of alternative psychological practices. As Frazier
struggles to understand what happened that April day in his
pristine town, he will also come face to face with a deadly world
of mind manipulation and emotional abuse, one that might just
signal the end of his position as chief of police in Oak Pond.
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Byrd Lee Byrd
• Lee Byrd
||229 x 152 x 33mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards / With dust jacket
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