Dr. Alan Gregory
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  • 14
    Kill Me | Stephen White

    Kill Me

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    Kill Me brings Alan Gregory face-to-face with the most challenging case of his career. As always, White's characters are indelible and the dialogue is dead-on, but Kill Me is fresh and thought-provoking in a way that's so uncommon in crime fiction.

    Great Read

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book and found it difficult the put down my ipod as I wanted to find out what was going to happen next. The story line was v..Show More »

    Reviewed on October 26 2008 by Deborah Mele ()
  • 15
    Dry Ice | Stephen White

    Dry Ice

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Michael McClelland, the brilliant murderer introduced in the first Alan Gregory novel, has left the Colorado State Mental Hospital - and he's coming after Alan's family. The timing couldn't be worse; like a wounded animal, Alan is in a vulnerable state, facing severe doubts about his professional life, his marriage, and his own psyche.

    Boy was this a good one!

    I really enjoy Stephen White books and am so happy Audio has decided to add his books. While each book is a great read on its own, his books are a ser..Show More »

    Reviewed on September 17 2008 by Ruth B. ()
  • 16
    Dead Time | Stephen White

    Dead Time

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    After the shocking developments in Dry Ice, Colorado psychologist Alan Gregory is struggling to deal with his newly adopted son and repair his shaky, though generally improving, marriage. But then Alan's ex-wife, Merideth, reappears, seeking help she feels only Alan can give.

    Loved it

    I've been a Stephen White fan for years-- his character Alan Gregory is a clinical psychologist who is continually pulled into the middle of gruesome ..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 12 2008 by Sbrooks (Honolulu, HI USA)
  • 17
    The Siege | Stephen White

    The Siege

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    As a lovely weekend approaches on the Yale campus it appears that a number of students - including the sons of both the secretary of the army and newest Supreme Court justice - may have gone missing. Kidnapping? Terrorism? The authorities aren't sure. But the high-profile disappearances draw the attention of the CIA and the FBI's vaunted Hostage Rescue Team.

    Hunh!!!??

    Wacky story line and hopelessly poor reader!

    Reviewed on October 27 2009 by L. Edgar (Florida)
  • 18
    The Last Lie | Stephen White

    The Last Lie

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 18 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    Shortly after Alan and Lauren welcome their affluent new neighbors, the couple hosts a dinner party. One of their guests, a young widow, elects to spend the night after indulging in too much wine, only to wake the next morning with no memory beyond getting ready for bed. Was she drugged? Raped? Lauren, a deputy district attorney, and detective Sam Purdy are both privy to facts they can’t share with Alan, but Alan soon discovers that he has a most unusual perspective into what truly happened after the dinner party.

    exciting

    starts out a bit slow but soon picks up & then goes like the devil. Great twists & turns --hard to put down for sure. Dick Hill as usual does a supe..Show More »

    Reviewed on September 05 2010 by Albert (traverse city, MI, United States)
  • 19
    Line of Fire: Dr. Alan Gregory, Book 19 | Stephen White

    Line of Fire: Dr. Alan Gregory, Book 19

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    Overall
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    Performance
    (127)
    Story
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    Dr. Gregory is starting to feel settled, hopeful that a long period of upheaval in his private life is behind him. He refocuses his energy on his clinical psychology practice, where a beguiling new patient captivates him, but the interlude of calm doesn’t last. Devastating fires are threatening Boulder. Alan’s dear friend Diane is showing signs of a long-simmering emotional collapse. And Alan’s most pressing fear - the exposure of a dangerous secret - has become a peril too real to ignore.

    I Miss the Crazy Patients

    It is a new twist (kinda) on the usual Dr. Gregory story. Instead of a patient who is tangentially connected to Alan, It is Alan and his pal, the pol..Show More »

    Reviewed on September 10 2012 by Corinne (Springfield, TN, United States)
  • 20
    Compound Fractures: Dr. Alan Gregory, Book 20 | Stephen White

    Compound Fractures: Dr. Alan Gregory, Book 20

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Stephen White
    • Narrated By Dick Hill
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    (95)
    Performance
    (79)
    Story
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    In Compound Fractures, Alan is forced to acknowledge that the perils that may bring him to his knees are not the dangers he recognizes, nor are they orchestrated by the nemesis he has long feared. Instead he is confronted by unexpected threats from unanticipated adversaries and by intimate betrayal from those who have been closest to him. He is compelled to reconsider what he has long believed about trust and about love while he is trying to cope with overwhelming loss and grief.

    Fantastic Series, Disappointing ending

    I have followed this series since book one. I adore these books. Sadly the ending just didn't do it for me. I thought it was one of the weakest books ..Show More »

    Reviewed on October 26 2013 by JuliaRose (NY)