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Perfect Angel: A Novel of Psychological Suspense

3.3 of 5 stars 3.30  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  5 reviews
An electrifying tale of psychological suspense with a brilliantly original twist, in the best tradition of Mary Higgins Clark and Joy Fielding.At Julia Mallet's 35th birthday celebration, a harmless party game goes terribly awry. The next day Julia's neighbor is brutally and senselessly slain -- the first victim of a bloodthirsty psychopath who will kill again and again. A ...more
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Avon Books
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The Madison 7: Gail, Richard, Julia, Paula, Martin, Marianne & Jared attended college together and had been friends since. Julia has a party and they want her to hypnotize them like she did in college so they could relive there college days. Nobody knew it would unlock a serial killer buried deep in the psych of one of the seven.
Ray is the detective assigned to the investigation. He has his own demons but believes from t
A grim prologue. A birthday party with a bit of hypnosis, quickly followed by suspicion, fear and murder. It was a bit of a slow starter but then the pace picked up nicely. Emily was a very irritating child to say the least and some of the other characters were annoying too. This was a pretty good thriller on the whole despite feeling a bit dated. Provided by publisher and Netgalley.
I could not finish this book simply because of the way it was formatted. It was hard to discern who was talking or who the focus was on. One sentence you will be reading about one character or following one conversation, and the next it was a totally different person/conversation on a totally different topic. This made it difficult to follow the story.
Julie O'brien
This story kept me on the edge of my seat from the first chapter to the very end! Unlike most mysteries, the ending was superb in that after you find out who the killer is ... the story keeps going and gets even better, adding more depth to the story. I was equally enthralled in the time setting ... phonebooths, CD's - no internet. Brings me back to the greater times in life.
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Seth lives with his wife, Carole, in New York City. They have two grown children, Maggie and Jack. Seth received a BA in English from the University of Rochester and an MBA in marketing from New York University’s Stern School of Business Administration. When not writing fiction, he is a branding consultant for a wide range of companies, primarily in the financial services, technology and pharmaceu ...more
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