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on June 18, 2013 :
This romantic thriller moves quickly. It has the unlikely combination of a man who fears that he has a murderous alter ego in a split personality and his psychologist. The romance is a bit odd but the thriller element is exciting.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on July 16, 2012 :
Secrets Among the Shadows was the first book I read by author Sally Berneathy. The book raises interesting questions--can one-half of a modern day Jekyll and Hyde commit murder without the other half knowing and being equally responsible, and is it possible to love a person that you already suspect is mentally ill and potentially a murderer?
From the beginning I enjoyed the interaction and tension between the main characters, investment banker Eliot Kane and psychiatrist Leanne Warner, although I did question their relationship as the story progressed. It was difficult for me to imagine that a doctor would so easily become romantically involved with a patient or even an ex-patient. None-the-less, the story moved forward quickly and flowed well from one scene to another. The ending was rather anti-climactic and tied up a bit too neatly for my liking, but overall I did enjoy this light summer read. I rate it three stars out of five--a solid novel even with its minor flaws.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)