Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline: Eternal is the among the bestsellers novel. It is about the suspense, thrill and the mysterious happenings. The nature of the fascists is revealed in the novel and the reaction of the local people is described wonderfully. The conditions are becoming from worse to worst and atmosphere of oppression and suppression is present in the whole of the novel. Wonderfully tackled with the harsh political realities, the author has summed up all the necessary skill of authorship and writing can be traced in each and every line of the novel, Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline.
Dr. Eric Parrish is the Psychiatric Unit Chief of Havemeyer General Hospital, which is located outside of Philadelphia. He is trying his best as a single Dad to his seven-year-old daughter Hannah after recently divorcing his wife Alice. However, his career appears to be doing better than his personal life. Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline is interesting book.
Eric’s hospital unit was just ranked the second best in the country, and he has a dedicated team of physicians and nurses that are just as compassionate as he is. Eric’s entire life begins to shatter when he takes on a new patient.
Max, a seventeen-year-old with a terminally sick grandma, is struggling to cope. Max is a high-risk patient because of his OCD and violent fantasies about a girl he likes.
Max is unable to switch off the mental processes that keep him tranquil every fifteen minutes. Max may be on the verge of collapsing under the weight of the situation. Max is nowhere to be found when the girl is slain.
Eric, concerned about Max, goes in search of him, putting himself in danger of being labelled a “person of interest” himself. Then one of his own employees turns on him, accusing him of sexual harassment. Is this all a result of chance? Is it possible that someone is methodically attempting to end Eric’s life? Every Fifteen Minutes, a visceral thriller by New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline, immerses you in the clutches of a real psychopath and demonstrates how, in the fight to escape such cruelty, every minute matters.
A psychopath targets a suburban Pennsylvania doctor, but his accomplishment is merely the beginning of a nightmare sequence of events. Dr. Eric Parrish does not have all of the answers. His wife, Caitlin, is divorcing him and is being tough about the shared custody arrangement they’ve made for their 7-year-old daughter, Hannah, and his newest private patient, 17-year-old Max Jakubowski, appears to be in much more need of assistance than his dying grandma.
Eric’s coworkers adore and admire him—one of them, medical student Kristine Malin, is plainly on his tail—and so does U.S. News and World Report, which is set to proclaim that the mental unit Eric directs at Meyerbeer General Hospital is the best in the country. All of a sudden, things go south in a way that would be frightening if it weren’t for the pages of Scottoline.
After Eric rejects Kristine’s come-on, she files a harassment complaint. Max calls Eric to inform him that his grandma has passed away, and then he takes a powder. Renée Bevilacqua, a girl Max helps in math and idolises from afar, is assassinated the morning after Eric follows her home in search of a clue to Max’s location.
Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline
When Eric requests that the detectives find Max, whom he deems a suicide danger but won’t say anything about, the officers arrest him as a person of interest and search his office and home for evidence.
Eric’s coworkers, who had just toasted him, have kicked him out. And that’s before Max kidnaps five adolescents and claims that he’ll kill one every 15 minutes until the King of Prussia Mall is blown up.
Who could possibly be tugging on that many strands?
A proficient, mounting-stakes actioner that proves Scottoline is just as comfortable with a shrink determined to go to the wall for a troubled teen as she ever was with Bennie Rosato’s all-female law practice (Betrayed, 2014, etc.).
The fairy-tale ending calls for some convenient coincidences and changes of heart, but Scottoline’s legion of fans will be too relieved to object.
Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline
Scottoline‘s journalistic aphorisms provide some strategic leavening, such as when one of the pupils’ moms fantasies about a relationship with the counterfeit hero: “She knew it was an improper fantasy, but no desire worth having was inappropriate.”
About the Writer:
Lisa Scottoline is the author of 30 books, including the forthcoming AFTER ANNA, which is a New York Times bestseller and Edgar Award-winning thriller. She also co-writes a weekly piece for the Philadelphia Inquirer with her daughter Francesca Serritella called “Chick Wit,” which is a funny and amusing look at life from a woman’s viewpoint.
These and other previously unpublished stories have been compiled in a New York Times bestseller series of funny memoirs, the most current of which being I Need A Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool. Lisa writes reviews for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lisa was the President of Mystery Writers of America for a while. Lisa earned a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania in three years, with a specialty in Contemporary American Fiction, which she studied under Philip Roth and others.
List of the other Books to Read
- Most Wanted by Lisa Scottoline
- One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline
- Corrupted by Lisa Scottoline
- Damaged by Lisa Scottoline
- Exposed by Lisa Scottoline
- After Anna by Lisa Scottoline
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