|Subcategory:||Thrillers & Suspense|
|Publisher:||Books on Tape, Incorporated (January 1, 1999)|
|Category:||Suspense and Mystery|
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White has a nasty habit, in his later books, of lengthy references to characters and events from earlier books. Yes, some authors do that, but White seems to do it more than most, and I find it annoying.
Manner of Death book. The 7th book in the Alan Gregory series by Stephen White. This mystery involves a former love of Alan's, who works with him to identify a killer. An entertaining read.
Alan Gregory saves the day, again! By Thriftbooks. com User, May 16, 2001. One of the reasons I like Stephen White's book so much is his continuity of characters, and his development of characters.
Stephen White attended the University of California campuses at Irvine and Los Angeles before graduating from Berkeley in 1972. Trained as a clinical psychologist, he received a P. from the University of Colorado in 1979 and became known as an authority on the psychological effects of marital disruption, especially on men.
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Stephen White, author of more than a dozen books that have become New York Times Bestsellers, was born in Long Island, New York, United States of America, in 1951. He spent his growing-up years in New York, New Jersey, and in Southern California. He enrolled at the University of California campuses in Irvine and Los Angeles. He majored in creative writing but stopped after three weeks. It is in Berkeley that he graduated in 1972. Before graduating from Berkeley, Stephen White learned to pilot a small plane.
Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of the Alan Gregory novels. He lives in Colorado. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
It was the exact same cause of death as Adrienne's tomatoes
It was the exact same cause of death as Adrienne's tomatoes. TWO. Lauren had decided against attending the funeral of a total stranger, arguing persuasively that life generally delivered enough grief and that she didn't see any reason to go inviting any extra, she'd never met Amie Dresser and could barely recall the Christmas cards he'd sent that were always addressed to me, not us.