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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Stephen White
ISBN: 0525949976
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Pages 416 pages
Publisher Dutton Adult; First Edition edition (March 6, 2007)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.4
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by Stephen White


This is Stephen White/Alan Gregory at their very best.

This is Stephen White/Alan Gregory at their very best. When Stephen White writes about his core group-all of whom are in this clever thriller-he can not be beaten! I have not enjoyed the books about other characters so much, and was thrilled that Alan Gregory and the other Colorado residents are dealt with here in detail.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way).

Dry Ice. (Book in the Alan Gregory Series). New York Times bestselling author White brings back his popular character, psychologist Alan Gregory, to take on the sociopathic killer who, 15 years after the mayhem began, has walked away from a mental hospital and is hungry for revenge.

This is Stephen White/Alan Gregory at their very best

This is Stephen White/Alan Gregory at their very best. You will feel threatened yourself before the book is done. What secrets are you hiding? :) DRY ICE, from beginning to end, is perfect. Well, I actually did not like the Prologue, but I'm not a fan of prologues. Don't let that stop you. Book is perfect! The title is explained, and you will never look at dry ice the same again.

Stephen White is the author of the New York Times bestselling Alan Gregory novels. In his books, he draws upon over fifteen years of clinical practice as a psychologist to create intriguing plots and complex, believable characters

Stephen White is the author of the New York Times bestselling Alan Gregory novels. In his books, he draws upon over fifteen years of clinical practice as a psychologist to create intriguing plots and complex, believable characters. Born on Long Island, White grew up in New York, New Jersey, and Southern California and attended the University of California campuses at Irvine (where he lasted three weeks as a creative writing major) and Los Angeles before graduating from Berkeley in 1972.

killer introduced in White's first novel, has left the Colorado State Mental Hospital and he's coming after Alan Gregory's family.

Now Michael McClelland, the brilliant, determined killer introduced in White's first novel, has left the Colorado State Mental Hospital and he's coming after Alan Gregory's family. The timing couldn't be deadlier; like a cornered animal, Alan is in a deeply vulnerable state, facing severe doubts about his professional life, his marriage, and his own psyche. And McClelland holds the most powerful weapons of all: secrets from Alan's past. Faithful readers of the series and newcomers alike will be mesmerized by this searing view into the revered doctor's heart with a haunting conclusion that will secure Dry Ice's place as the most memorable of White's novels.

Items related to Dry Ice (Alan Gregory, No. 15. 15). Stephen White Dry Ice (Alan Gregory, No. ISBN 13: 9780451221001. Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of the Alan Gregory novels. He lives in Colorado. FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF KILL ME Psychopath Michael McClelland escapes from a mental hospital to exact revenge against those responsible for his confinement, including psychologist Alan Gregory and his family. McClelland has the upper hand-secrets from Alan's past that set a diabolical game in motion.

Электронная книга "Dry Ice", Stephen White Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of the Alan Gregory novels.

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Critical Conditions: An Alan Gregory Thriller (Dr. Alan Gregory Novels Book 6). From New York Times bestselling author Stephen White comes the sixth suspense thriller featuring psychologist Dr. Alan Gregory.

Fifteen years after the events in Privileged Information, Alan Gregory finds his family targeted by brilliant murderer Michael McClelland when the latter is released from the Colorado State Mental Hospital, a situation that is complicated by McClelland's detailed knowledge about Alan's innermost secrets. 100,000 first printing.
Beydar
Deeply captivating. I've read all the first 17 novels. I think this one is the best. It ends like most stories in life that are real- complex, without everything tied in a neat bow, but rather much still up in the air.

As someone who lived in Boulder, worked as a psychologist, and had an office very close to Alan Gregory's fictitious one, these books are particularly entertaining.

I recommend reading all the books in order, to follow the characters in the story over time.
Zieryn
In the 15th book of the Alan Gregory series, Stephen White brings back characters and actions from other stories. Alan is confronted by Michael McClelland, a character who tried to kill Alan, Lauren and Sam in the first book of the series and revenge is the plot. The story is good, there may be a little too much going on in Alan and Laurens personal life and a shocking twist at the end changes their life forever.
Leyl
This was an engaging story with a myriad of twists and turns. It would have gotten five stars, but the beginning of the story had too many innuendos that the reader was clueless about. I kept going back and reading pages I thought I might have missed some part of the story on.
That being said, it was a masterful story, except forgetting it wax blue bandanas in the beginning.
Skrimpak
Like other people reading these reviews, I love and look forward to the Alan Gregory novels. For the most part, I really enjoyed this one as well. BUT...it had some jarring moments. Things start to happen and, with what seems to be no reason at all, the police, the DA's office and even Alan's best friend Sam and wife Lauren suspect him of murder. Was Alan found naked in bed with a murdered floozy? No, nothing like it, so it was pretty hard to believe the level of suspicion. All of this is an engine that pushes a good part of the story, and I found it kind of annoying. Also, Alan's marriage seems to be going through a rough patch, but what explanation there was for it seemed to me to be inadequate to explain lauren's apparently high level of hostility.

In spite of the above, I read it cover to cover in almost one sitting. It certainly isn't dull!

One final note -- I HATE the surprise
Ieslyaenn
I am a big fan of Stephen White. I have had to read many a book and many a script for my director and producer bosses. I still can't believe someone hasn't persuaded Stephen to put Alan on the screen, but, alas someday - just think of the casting fun. Anyway, I couldn't wait for DRY ICE - it didn't disappoint at all. Everybody is back and in wonderful form. The only part I hate about a Stephen White book is that I have to finish it. I start out slow, savoring each page and twist. I try not to read it in only one or two sittings, but alas, this one took only one. I've read them all and I still can't get enough. The characters are so well developed and the story points are so much fun to watch roll out. I can't wait until the next one.
NI_Rak
I loved White's first book, "Privileged Information" and bought the whole Alan Gregory series, much to my disappointment. The subsequent books were average, at best. Finally, along comes "Dry Ice" and I think it's a cut above his other books. Too bad I had to wade through the others to get here. And, although it's better than his other books, it's not MUCH better. All of White's faults are here: Far too much psychological insight and babbling, too many coincidental plot turns, too many unbelieveable happenings, etc. In all honesty, I enjoyed the book. It kept me rapt and was hard to put down -- at least most of the time. White's a good writer -- he just never seems to hit a home run, in my estimation.
Barit
This is Stephen White/Alan Gregory at their very best. When Stephen White writes about his core group--all of whom are in this clever thriller--he can not be beaten! I have not enjoyed the books about other characters so much, and was thrilled that Alan Gregory and the other Colorado residents are dealt with here in detail. The characters evolve and we a myriad of complex dimensions. Never a dull moment. Every character is a real human, and each one is threatened. You will feel threatened yourself before the book is done. What secrets are you hiding? :) DRY ICE, from beginning to end, is perfect. Well, I actually did not like the Prologue, but I'm not a fan of prologues. Don't let that stop you. Book is perfect! The title is explained, and you will never look at dry ice the same again. THE REAL master of the psychological thriller IS Stephen White!!! I hope he won't stay away from his core group for long again.
Yes, he's back - not Michael McClelland - Stephen White is BACK!!! Dr. Alan Gregory is BACK!!!!! Hooray! What a fabulous read - breath-stealing - sit on the end of your seat - have to read it all at once.

Stephen White has a real gift - he is such a smooth writer - I've never stopped to wonder if someone else wrote the book. It's always good Stephen White stuff. He's funny, but can touch your heart in the next sequence. Exciting, page-turning writing. I am sold on Stephen White. While I didn't care much for KILL ME, I loved this one. So nice to have all our old characters back...and a lot of the old ones re-involved. I've waited a year for this and it was certainly worth every minute!

Do read it - you will certainly enjoy it!!!