In a drab room in a hospital for the criminally insane, Dr. Paul Lucas can tell whether a patient is lying or lost, salvageable, evil, or insane. Paul interviews criminals and killers all the time
The Interview Room book. Finished reading - The Interview Room by Roderick Anscombe
The Interview Room book. Finished reading - The Interview Room by Roderick Anscombe. Not too bad story its really scary when a psychopath becomes obsessed with a gal and suddenly your life is in turmoil and your loved ones do not trust you anymore. A refreshing read from a psychologist point of view.
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A dicey interview with his patient ends badly when he overreacts to Craig’s cool needling about his wife Abby and their .
A dicey interview with his patient ends badly when he overreacts to Craig’s cool needling about his wife Abby and their infant son Adrian, killed in a car crash, and Sanders security responds with condign force. Along with the steadily mounting tension, Anscombe (Shank, 1996, et. provides enough exquisitely turned therapeutic dialogues between participants ferally skilled in talking around the point to create a heaven for connoisseurs of mind games. Pub Date: June 1st, 2005.
In a drab room in a hospital for the criminally insane, Dr. The most original thriller I have read in a long, long time. Anscombe is a welcome new voice in suspense. His writing is lean and sharp, with characters that matter, and ideas that are totally fresh.
The secret life of Laszlo, Count Dracula.
Roderick Anscombe, . is a forensic psychiatrist who has interviewed more than two hundred murderers. He is an expert in the detection of deception and teaches interview technique at Harvard Medical School. He is the author of The Interview Room, The Secret Life of Laszlo, Count Dracula, and Shank, and lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Visit his Web site at ww. oderickanscombe.
It's the best vampire book I've ever read. I like traditional vampires, not the crotchless sparkly ones who boss you around, steal your car keys for your own good, and whose highest yearning is to not have sex with you, so fair warning. It's written by Dr. Robert Anscombe, a psychiatrist who spent years working with the criminally insane. His experience gave him a deep and up-close insight into how such minds work, and it really shows in this reimagining of the Dracula story. Dracula" here is a young nobleman who becomes a doctor.
Dr. Roderick Anscombe, MB CHB is a psychiatry specialist in Gloucester, MA and has been practicing for 40 years. He graduated from Oxford U Med Sch in 1974 and specializes in psychiatry.