The Interpretation of Murder
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: Headline Review
Pages no: 533
Edition language: English
Series: Freud (#1)
I have seen this referred to as "the thinking man's historical novel". Perhaps that should be the thinking woman's historical novel. Believe me, any woman will sympathise with Nora, and many will identify with Clara. It is 1909, and Sigmund Freud arrives in New York aboard the George Washington i...
didn't even get 100 pages in, 60 only and lost interest
This was "so-so" bordering on "meh". I got it on a second hand book shop and I don't even think my money was worth it. I thought it was dragging especially in the beginning. It took me forever to finish it and only picked up the pace after I got past chapter 3. What I liked about it is the twist tow...
Not one I intend to revisit. In fact one I almost didn't finish. It's a fictional murder set during Freud's visit to america. He didn't much enjoy the trip, and this book is a fictional account of some things that may have put him off a country that has since gone a bit therapy crazy. Elizabeth Rive...
Amazing! It has everything you need : pshychology, thriller, romance. It's a really good book!
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