WHAT PSYCHOLOGIST LAURA COVINGTON LEARNS IS UNIMAGINABLE …
WHAT SHE DOES IS UNPRECEDENTED.
Oregon, 1989. Psychologist Laura Covington joins a community mental health department. Her caseload includes both the gently weird and genuinely damaged people who cling to her as their last hope. Yet her boss treats her with an inexplicable antagonism that keeps her fearful of his motives.One of her new clients is so traumatized he suffers Multiple Personality Disorder. Through him, Laura discovers a desert cult and the vicious psychopath who commands it. Unexplained murders begin to occur around town, but the Sheriff seems unable to make progress. When Laura tries to help, the terror escalates as her family is endangered.
Laura has unleashed dangerous secrets … and now, she must decide how far she is willing to go to protect everything she loves. This is psychological suspense geared to keep you guessing as it builds toward its unpredictable conclusion.
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“… Lessons of Evil delivers several intriguing and memorable characters, with protagonist Laura a clear-eyed, sympathetic and believable centre to this gripping, fast-paced story that kept me turning the e-pages.”
“A genuine page-turner that both chills and thrills with engaging characters you’ll cheer for and be afraid for. . .with good reason. A great read.”