Psychotherapist Kate Huntington helps other people cope with the horrible things that have happened to them, but she herself has led a charmed life… so far. Now someone with a murderous grudge against her and her friend, lawyer Rob Franklin, is threatening everyone and everything that she holds dear.
When the detective assigned to their case decides they are lovers attempting to rid themselves of their spouses, Kate and Rob are forced to investigate on their own. Can they identify their mutual enemy, before he or she kills again?
This is the first book in a series of three books, with a fourth scheduled to be released in the fall of 2012. The Kate Huntington mystery series provides an intriguing glimpse into the world of psychotherapy and mental disorders, with engaging characters and suspenseful plots that keep the reader guessing until the very end. To see the entire series, go to www.misteriopress.com.
Psychology and writing, or writing and psychology, if you will, have always vied for number one on Kassandra Lamb’s Greatest Passions list. In her youth, she had to make a decision between writing and paying the bills. Partial to heat, electricity and food, she studied psychology.
Now retired from a career as a psychotherapist and college professor, she spends most of her time in an alternate universe in which her protagonist, Kate Huntington, is always the kind, generous and insightful person that she wishes she were.
When not at her computer, transported in mind and spirit into Kate’s world, she lives in Florida and Maryland, with her husband and her Alaskan Husky, Amelia. She also hangs out a lot on Twitter and Facebook, so feel free to track her down there @KassandraLamb and http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/kassandra.lamb.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
There are many things that I love. Writing, psychology, reading mysteries, teaching and dark chocolate are the top five. As a reader, I’ve always hated it when I read a story and the author has the psychology all wrong. Now that I am retired from my career as a psychotherapist and college professor, I can indulge my desire to entertain others with a good whodunnit, while educating them a bit along the way about things they will probably find quite fascinating. In this book, I explore platonic friendships, multiple personalities and touch on the topic of domestic violence.