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Crossing the Borderline: a Whittier Brand mystery

Richardson, Ambrose

ISBN 10: 1452888531 / ISBN 13: 9781452888538
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011
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Title: Crossing the Borderline: a Whittier Brand ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition:Very Good

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Ski Town, USA, where cowboys wear GoPro’s, kids wear Spyders, and Marmots wear season passes. Here, “crime” means skiing out of bounds or riding your horse on the sidewalk, because bad things, "city" things, just don’t happen in Steamboat Springs. So when 19 year-old Callie Boone disappears into thin air, it's logical to accept a simple, harmless explanation—maybe a spur-of-the-moment trip to Cancun, or a long weekend up with her boyfriend. Problem is, she can’t afford a vacation, and doesn’t have a boyfriend. Callie’s therapist knows things about her young client that raise more sinister possibilities, but she can’t talk about it. Shrinks have that “client confidentiality” thing, and anyway, going to the cops short on facts won’t get much attention. She has to tell someone, and who better than her psychologist colleague, Whittier Brand? Whit’s no math whiz, but he knows things don’t add up. Once he tackles the problem things get complex, murders multiply, factors divide, and the solution seems incomprehensible. Enter Anna, Whit’s dropout wife-cum-lawyer, Saul, a free-wheeling ex-cop from Chicago, Jesús, an undocumented immigrant, and of course, the Shack Pack. If you like intelligent thrillers, kick off your ski boots, pour a glass of something warm, and snuggle in by the fire. It’s a tale well told.

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The author and his wife live in their cabin home tucked into the Park Range of the Colorado Rockies. His many years as a practicing psychotherapist, which continue today, have provided the insights into the personalities, motivations, and foibles expressed by the fictionalized characters portrayed in Crossing the Borderline. The second in Richardson's psychmystery series is Brutal Devotion.

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