Mind Games

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A string of sex slayings plagues Montreal and has Captain Dave McCall and his team in a frustrated frenzy as they try to bring an end to the vicious butchery. Assisted officially by noted psychiatrist, Doctor Samuel Bowman and unofficially by his close friend, millionaire, Chris Barry, McCall works his way towards the truth, unaware that they are heading deeper into the core of deadly Mind Games.

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Words: 60,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9780981279077
About Claude Bouchard

I was born in Montreal, Canada, at a very young age, where I still live with my spouse, Joanne, under the watchful eye of Krystalle and Midnight, two black females of the feline persuasion. In a former life, I completed my studies at McGill University and worked in various management capacities for a handful of firms for countless years. From there, considering my extensive background in human resources and finance, it was a logical leap in my career path to stay home and write crime thrillers.

My first stab at writing was actually in 1995, the result being my first novel, Vigilante. Two others of the same series followed by 1997 but all three remained dormant until publication in 2009. Since, besides writing a stand-alone, five other thrillers have joined the Vigilante series. I also penned Something's Cooking, a faux-erotica parody and cookbook under the pseudonyms Réal E. Hotte and Dasha Sugah. I have to say, I?m enjoying this writing gig.

Other interests besides writing and subtly persuading people to buy my books include reading, making noise with my six guitars, painting (oil and watercolour), cooking (year round though I love the grill in the summer), traveling and planning to work out soon. I've also been known to sleep on occasion.


Mind Games
Video trailer of Mind Games, the third novel in the Vigilante crime thriller series.

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Review by: seejmack on Aug. 27, 2011 :
I enjoyed Vigilante and The Consultant very much even though they could use some editing.This one was a big disappointment Not only was it poorly edited, the entire premise was faulty regardless of the ending. A priest, doctor, lawyer or psychiatrist is ethically and in most cases legally obligated to report a client who poses a danger to themselves or someone else. The editing was much worse than the previous books. I kept trying to get past all this but in this case I couldn't. This book needs a complete rewrite to keep it from damaging this authors future sales.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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