Happy fifty third birthday, Doctor. Welcome to the first day of your death. Dr. Frederick Starks, a New York psychoanalyst, has just received a mysterious, threatening letter. Now he finds himself in the middle of a horrific game designed by a man who calls himself Rumplestiltskin. The rules: in... show more
Happy fifty third birthday, Doctor. Welcome to the first day of your death. Dr. Frederick Starks, a New York psychoanalyst, has just received a mysterious, threatening letter. Now he finds himself in the middle of a horrific game designed by a man who calls himself Rumplestiltskin. The rules: in two weeks, Starks must guess his tormentor’s identity. If Starks succeeds, he goes free. If he fails, Rumplestiltskin will destroy, one by one, fifty-two of Dr. Starks’ loved ones—unless the good doctor agrees to kill himself. In a blistering race against time, Starks’ is at the mercy of a psychopath’s devious game of vengeance. He must find a way to stop the madman—before he himself is driven mad. . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 4th 2003
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
Reseña en español de [b:El psicoanalista|49392|El psicoanalista|John Katzenbach|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1389831060s/49392.jpg|1663237] en el blog: Click aquíThis was the first Katzenbach book I read and it was really good. I never heard of this author prior reading this novel but it was a birt...
Me gusto bastante, la verdad. Me mantuvo queriendo saber mas, hasta que llego el final!
John Katzenbach es un maestro del suspense. Sabe jugar perfectamente con los tiempos de narración, creando un ambiente de intriga excepcional. Hasta aquí, más o menos resumido, lo que me atrajo de la novela. Pero al menos para mí, no ha sido del todo cierto. Bien es verdad que aunque me la recomend...
This is my first John Katzenbach read, but certainly won't be my last. If you're looking for a thriller loaded with suspense, this book may be for you. Definite twists and turns make this a hard book to put down.
Dr. Frederick Starks, a psychologist, just turned 53, receives a letter on his birthday informing him that he has ruined the life of the letter-writer's mother and that his own life is about to be destroyed. Soon his credit cards and bank accounts disappear, he is accused of the sexual harassment o...