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Patrick O'Brian

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ISBN 10: 0595365191 / ISBN 13: 9780595365197
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2005
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Title: Dysfunction

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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New York State Police Trooper Terry Levine must put aside his personal demons when several people are abducted by a serial killer. The killer typically spaces out the abductions, keeping his victims for months before murdering them, but this time the process is moving at an alarming rate. Levine, a former investigator, is asked by his old boss to check into the previous murders, which tie directly into the recent abductions. What was supposed to be a pleasant homecoming the year prior has been nothing but disaster for the trooper and his family. Shot shortly after his return home, to the quiet Northern New York area, Levine finds himself haunted by the memories of murder victims from his old cases. Medication and visits to the psychiatrist help, but Levine realizes his salvation is ultimately in his own hands. Now his youngest brother lies in an induced coma, fighting for his life, after collapsing mysteriously. Fighting to overcome his own problems, Levine digs into the past, unraveling the killer's insane motivation. With each abduction, new clues present themselves, allowing Levine and his task force to draw closer to the killer, toward an inevitable confrontation.

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Patrick O?Brian is a professional firefighter in Muncie, Indiana. He enjoys theme parks, photography, travel, and working online. He writes mysteries in his spare time, and has since high school.

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