In Session, from international best seller M.J. Rose, features the return of Dr. Morgan Snow, in a brand-new story collection!
As a therapist specializing in sexual issues, psychiatrist Dr. Morgan Snow isn't easily shocked or shaken, as readers and listeners of the popular "Butterfield Institute" novels know. There are times, however, when the need for her services leads her out of the office... and into unfamiliar worlds.
In these stories, the therapist matches her wits - and her training - against three men of mystery: Jack Reacher, John Rain, and Cotton Malone. These characters are, of course, familiar to listeners as the creations, respectively, of New York Times best-selling authors Lee Child, Barry Eisler, and Steve Berry. All three swore that their characters would never agree to therapy - unless Rose found a way to get them there. And she did.
In "Extenuating Circumstances" with Steve Berry's Cotton Malone, a woman seeks help for her lover, and sends Dr. Snow overseas on a most unusual house call.
In "Decisions, Decisions", Barry Eisler's John Rain forces Dr. Snow out of her own comfort zone, and into the world of a former patient's worst nightmare.
And in "Knowing You're Alive", with Lee Child's Jack Reacher, there are revelations for both the injured Dr. Snow and her unexpected savior/patient.
Note that this book uses the actual narrators from each character's respective series (Phil Gigante/Natalie Ross: Dr. Morgan Snow; Scott Brick: Cotton Malone; Barry Eisler: John Rain; Dick Hill Jack Reacher).
All the proceeds of the audiobook and a share of the proceeds of the ebook will be donated to David Baldacci's Wish You Well Foundation, supporting family literacy. (wishyouwellfoundation.org/)
These characters are the creations, respectively, of New York Times best-selling authors Lee Child, Barry Eisler, and Steve Berry, and are used with their full knowledge and participation.
BONUS AUDIO: Audible interviews author M.J. Rose.
©2011 M.J. Rose (P)2011 Writers House (MJ Rose)
"Jack Reacher, John Rain and Cotton Malone, on the sex therapist's couch. Testosterone therapy as high art. What could be better? One of the most original and well-done series of stories I've ever read. M.J. Rose has blasted this baby to the ozone. I don't care if you download it or listen to it. just get it." (David Baldacci)
"When John Rain considers taking on Dr. Morgan Snow as a client, the danger isn't winding up in a coffin - it's winding up on the couch. But I made him take the risk anyway, and it was a blast!" (Barry Eisler)
It open your eyes to the different kind of lives lived by others.
Jack Reacher. By the way he analyses problems
Enjoyed it very much.
If her other writings are as engaging as this then I'm excited beyond expectation to read and listen. Her language skills and ability to paint a character's picture with words in "In Session" had me listening to ever twist of phrase after every twist of phrase. Brilliant. A narrator smorgasbord!!
Interesting stories and characters.
It was engaging.
The actual actors were involved.
I am not familiar with the characters besides Jack Reacher. I thought Jacks story was the most interesting but I plan to check out the other series as well.
Worth the $5 charity donation.
Yes! I was listening to it while I was driving Nd got a speeding ticket.
I put it in cruise control after that so I could finish it.
Only Dick Hall which was great
Reacher hands down but I liked them all
I recommend to all. Just plain good
This story was fun, but I'd like to see a story with my dream team. "Jack" and "John" make the cut, but I'd like to add Eisler's "Dox", Crais's "Joe Pike", Coban's "Win", and Evanovich's "Ranger".
Good job of getting contact with the macho guys but without the big name stars, I would not have read the book
I am a fan of Dick Hill so I was very disappointed that the sound from the Audible app didn't sound like Reacher. It is too fast and hard to understand.
Need to test the playback speed on the Android Audible app. This is my second book that had this problem.
I can't imagine anyone would like this.
Amazement! In whose imagination is this a sellable book?
I'm a longtime audible listener . . . but this "book" and I use the term loosely, is absurd. And the author introduces it like it's the next big idea. OMG!
This was a complete waste. The only reason it even gets a star is that proceeds are to go to charity.
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