Tug-of-War

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When therapist Marlana accepts a difficult case from her mentor, Dr. Whitney, she's faced with a possible dual personality: Robert/Carol. Marlana struggles with her feelings. What if, in helping Robert/Carol, she discovers one of them is the murderer? As Marlana helps Robert delve deeper into his memory, he reveals his goal: "I want my life back." She knows now that she must forge ahead. More

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Words: 5,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301677726
About Claire A Murray

Claire Murray has been a community advocate for more than 30 years.She is currently Regional Manager for Operation ABLE, which helps older workers get back into the workforce. Her profile is at https://about.me/Clamo88.

Claire's seventh published short story, Chains, appears in BUSTED! Arresting Stories from the Beat, published by Level Best Books and available from Amazon. Her fiction is focused on murder mysteries and crime stories, although she also writes scifi/fantasy. In addition to her two short stories--Tug-of-War and Mother's Mountain--here on Smashwords, she has four short stories at Kings River Life online magazine. Look for The Drop, Miss Aggie's Pigs, Cheating Death, and A Grave Development at http://kingsriverlife.com and enter the search term, Claire Murray.

Claire is working on a 3-book medieval fantasy, is a member of Sisters in Crime and the SinC New England and SinC Guppy chapters, and is a member of the Salem Writers Group.

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Review by: Rachel Coburn on June 26, 2013 :
This was great! The tension between the therapist and patient, as well as the therapist and her employer, heightened the drama and took this out of the ordinary "Who done it" genre.
Here's hoping for a series!
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

Review by: Polly Iyer on May 28, 2013 :
Very interesting and original concept. I found the beginning a bit confusing, but when I knew who was who, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Ms. Murray did a good job delving into the different "characters" psyches in a short story, which is hard to pull off. Kudos.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

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