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Walk Me to Midnight

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As current as tomorrow's newspaper, Walk Me to Midnight is a chilling page-turner guaranteed to keep you reading right up to its horrifying conclusion. Bitsy Thatcher-Cole is dead. But suicide makes no sense. Psychologist Susan Rutledge can't believe her best friend is dead. Bitsy was a real American princess, the beautiful heiress to a vast fortune dating back to colonial ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by OakTara Publishers
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Dr. Susan Rutledge, a radio call-in psychologist is suddenly shocked by the 'assisted suicide' of her best friend. But is it a suicide, or is it murder? And then again, is any assisted suicide what it purports to be, or is it more correctly labeled, murder? These are some of the questions author, Jane St. Clair, explores in her fast-paced novel, Walk Me to Midnight. I read WMtM in two days and found it unputdownable.

The title of the novel refers to the expression hospice workers use when describ
May 14, 2010 Sheri rated it it was amazing
Walk Me To Midnight (Jane St. Clair)

A Novel of suspense. Susan Rutledge a pyschologist and radio personality know as Dr. Susan, is shocked to find her best friend Bitsy Pruitt dead. Bitsy died an assited suicede with the help of Dr Hedeon aka Dr. Death (the assisted suicide doctor), and her Husband Peter by her side. Peter claims that Bitsy had terminal cancer and this was her final wish. But susan is not convinced, it was unlike Bitsy to not return her call, and why wouldn't she tell her best f
Georgiann Hennelly
Apr 12, 2011 Georgiann Hennelly rated it it was amazing
Asuspenseful book Dr Susan Rutledge , is a radio call in psychologist , who is shocked by the assisted suicide of best friend.But was it really suicide? Or was it murder? Bitsy, s husband claims she had terminal cancer. But Susan and Billy Carolina Bitsy,s exotic gay writer friend is also skeptical. Together they set out to find out if Bitsy was murdered. And they soon find there lives at stake with a psycho killer hunting them! Will they find out the truth or die trying?
Feb 17, 2009 Rhonda rated it really liked it
This book is about a murder or suicide, and one can't tell which is true until towards the end and then the hunt for the villain is complex as well as picturesque. St. Clair weaves a wonderful panorama of the southwest, with vibrant colors, inspiring scenery and very real characters. Even the villains are complicated with an intricacy that seems far more realistic than most novels which assume that evil is somehow innate. As we learn here, some evil is inbred, some of it learned and some of it j ...more
John Sibley
Mar 05, 2009 John Sibley rated it it was amazing
Walk Me To Midnight is a really entertaining story about a dismal subject -- assisted suicide. Nobody really wants to think about ending one's own life, and one would think that a book that deals with this issue would be unrelievedly depressing. Far from it. This book starts with the apparent assisted suicide of a very wealthy woman whose friend, a radio psychologist living in Tucson Arizona immediately suspects as a murder. Unfortunately for her and the acquaintances/allies that she gathers alo ...more
Little Fish
Dec 06, 2009 Little Fish rated it liked it
Recommends it for: interested in Mysteries
I learned about Euthanasia, and New Age and Vortexes.

Bitsy's Suicide did not make sense, when she going to be married. Then, her good friend, Billy suspected that all was not right, so he and Susan set out to prove that it wasn't a Suicide, but Murder.
Jul 16, 2009 Bridget rated it liked it
This was a very thought-provoking book, which was also suspenseful and fairly well-written.
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I've been writing stories since I was five years old. What I did before that, I don't remember. Just loafed, I guess.

That's what PG Wodehouse said, and it applies to me. My first big break-through was winning Seventeen Magazine's Short Story Contest when I was a student at Northwestern University. Walk Me to Midnight is my first novel, but I have published a dozen short stories in literary magazi
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