Dantes' Inferno: A Dr. Sylvia Strange Novel
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Dantes' Inferno: A Dr. Sylvia Strange Novel

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The author of the critically acclaimed novels Dangerous Attachments and Acquired Motives is back with another spellbindingly original thriller featuring forensic psychiatrist Sylvia Strange. Now, in Dantes' Inferno, Sylvia is called to Los Angeles from her New Mexico home when a massive explosion blasts through the J. Paul Getty Museum, endangering children on a field trip...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Simon & Schuster (first published April 1st 2001)
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I loved this, pure poetry and a beautiful dip into a different view on hell.
Dantes' Inferno - G+
Sarah Lovett - 4th in series
forensic psychologist Dr. Sylvia Strange comes to L.A. to interview convict John Dantes as part of a profiling study of incarcerated bombers. Dantes is serving a life sentence for an explosion in the Malibu Getty Museum that killed several fifth graders and their teacher the year before. While Dantes has claimed responsibility for several earlier political-protest bombings, he denies involvement in the Getty outrage. Meanwhile, further explosions a...more
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Glad I only paid .49 for this book. I can't quite put my finger on it but I just did not care for this book. I had a really hard time focusing. My mind kept wandering so this book just could not hold my attention.
Dante's Inferno, despite a fairly intricate plot, fails to deliver much suspense or mystery. Most of the developments upon which the story twists and turn were formulaic and predictable.
A new author, but I didn’t get really attached to the Sylvia Strange main heroine.
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only read a few pages, psycho nut
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Sarah Lovett is currently collaborating with former CIA covert operative, Valerie Plame Wilson, co-authoring the second book (fall 2014) in a series of “Vanessa Pierson” spy novels for Penguin Books/Blue Rider Press. The series debut, BLOWBACK, is due out October 2013.

Lovett is the author of Dark Alchemy, Dantes’ Inferno, Dangerous Attachments, Acquired Motives, and A Desperate Silence as well as...more
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