THE INTERPRETATION OF MURDER
This outstanding novel entrances readers from the very first page, combining the history of early 20th-century New
York within an intensely satisfying psychological thriller. The mystery behind the murder of a beautiful young woman
and the attempted murder of another forms a spellbinding web of suspense
and a superbly compelling read.
Younger consults with Freud and Jung, and when he unearths the secrets of Nora's past, he is led down a twisted path of dangerous psychological games. (Henry Holt, Sep., 384 pp., $23.95)