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The Naked Face by Sidney Sheldon
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Dec 08, 11

bookshelves: read-2011, mystery, own
Read from December 05 to 08, 2011

Judd Stevens is a psychoanalyst who is faced with the most critical case of his life. Two people closely involved with him have been killed; a patient and his secretary. If he doesn't penetrate the mind of a murderer he will find himself being arrested for murder or being murdered himself.

This is one of the weakest and most predictable books written by Sidney Sheldon. I guess it was an okay read, but not very excited and certainly not gripping. It's an ordinary mystery book, nothing special. I would give it 2,5 stars if I could.

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Reading Progress

12/05/2011 page 42
13.0% "There's some woman in every man. Just as there is some man in every woman."
12/06/2011 page 112
35.0% "She would have to learn that she could not buy love, that it had to be given freely."
12/07/2011 page 171
54.0% "Whoever was trying to murder him was doing it not in the heath of any passion, but methodically and coldbloodedly. A madman."
12/07/2011 page 219
69.0% "Most artists manage to get through life without any violence because their work gives them an outlet to express themselves."

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