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Compound fractures Free download Ú 6 À [PDF / Epub] ✑ Compound fractures ☄ Stephen White – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk For than twenty years in nearly a score of bestselling crime novels New York Times bestselling author Stephen White’s stories of Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory have captivated millions of readers For than twenAlan’s personal life and his career were in danger of complete collapse But Line of Fire merely set the stage In Compound Fractures the explosive conclusion to the decades long saga Alan is forced to acknowledge that the perils that may bring him to his knees are not the dangers he recognizes nor are they orchestrated by the nemesis he has long feared Instead he is confronted by unexpected threats from unanticipated adversaries and by intimate betrayal from those who have been closest to him He is compelled to reconsider what he has long believed about trust and about love while he is trying to cope with overwhelming loss and grief To protect himself he must revisit the cruel ethical dilemma that turned h. The author tried to create suspense by being vague The result was much of the time I didn't fully understand what was going on I'd read several books in this series but didn't fully recall the histories of all the characters Names were used without real explanation and the main character seemed to be a totally different person from the one I knew from earlier books Most striking I disliked him and most of the other characters This coupled with the constant dangling threads made me almost give up on the book toward the middle The ending itself leaves a uestion about the future which wouldn't be bad if the whole book hadn't been one long confusion Apparently this is the last book in this series Maybe the author didn't care what happens next I don't either

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Is life upside down as a young psychologist He has to judge whether the people reentering his life after long absences are friends or foes He has to make sense of echoes of distant tragedies while he decides if there is anyone he can really trust Mostly as the clock ticks down he must solve a deadly mystery in Eldorado Springs that has been brewing for than a decade At times full of pathos at other times replete with White’s distinctive wry humor Compound Fractures delivers the entrancing characters the suspense the intricately plotted storylines and the unexpected twists that readers have come to expect Compound Fractures promises to be a jaw dropping and satisfying last act in Stephen’s beloved series. Wow I was all over the board with my feelings on this It's always a shame to have a good series come to an end but this was kind of rough I almost gave up in disgust for the first 150 pages or so then hit a groove then was disappointed in the end Like many other reviewers I had real problems with established characters acting completely OUT of character for large portions of this book It's a testament to White's writing and my goodwill toward his characters that I stayed with this one and that I ended up finding it worthy of a 253 star rating

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Compound fracturesFor than twenty years in nearly a score of bestselling crime novels New York Times bestselling author Stephen White’s stories of Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory have captivated millions of readers Now Compound Fractures provides a riveting last chapter to the series In Line of Fire the tantalizing prelude to this final book Dr Gregory found himself assailed by danger from every direction as he struggled with circumstances beyond his control Authorities were closing in on Alan and his friend Sam Purdy for their role in a woman’s death years earlier Alan was struggling to deal with the emotional collapse of his longtime friend Diane after she discovered evidence of her husband’s infidelity By the end. I have felt like a friend of Alan Gregory's for a long time love vthe first dozen or so books but as the series progressed there has been a deepening sense of doom and a pervasive pessimism with Alan' three most significant relationships Lauren Diane and Sam I really hate that the author chose to tear down all of these characters with so little care and introspection I expected from an author who was first a practicing psychologistThings particularly wrong with this book1 the mystery woman ending2 the lack of resolution with Sam3 the out of no where scene with Raoul was Amanada in on it4 the series kept hinting at deep dark secrets in Alan's past yet no reveal even in the end White has made it clear that the series is over The last two books were so dissatisfying that I am glad