A Lesson in Therapy and Murder

Narrated by: Jake Robertson
Length: 7 hrs and 12 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Association of Humanistic Psychology held its annual conference in Santa Barbara, California, and David was there to obtain continuing education credits required to retain his therapist license. One other thing was required: a murder to solve.

©2019 David Unger (P)2019 David Unger

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Therapist solves the mystery!

Such a great premise -- psychotherapist attending a professional conference gets caught up in a murder mystery and uses his unique insights to help find whodunit. You'll be riveted to the proceedings while learning something about yourself and what makes people tick. The narrator makes the characters in this amusing and suspenseful whodunit come to life.

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Better and better

This is the third in the series and they keep getting better. I was a little hesitant about a book about therapy, but while there are some actually helpful insider tips, it never feels like anything other than a clever mystery. The narrator is a bit of a wiseass who is not against bending a rule now and then. He has a sense of humor about himself and the world and enough flaws to make him believable.
I'm pretty good at figuring out whodunit,but there are some nifty twists in this one that kept me guessing.