The Saturday Morning Murder: A Psychoanalytic Case

Paperback | November 30, 1993

byGur, Batya

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Gur spins an intriguing mystery with international flavor and an attractive and likeable hero. When a revered senior analyst is found dead at the Jerusalem Psychoanalytic Society headquarters, Chief Inspector Michael Ohayon penetrates the elite, mysterious world of the institute to find the killer.

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Gur spins an intriguing mystery with international flavor and an attractive and likeable hero. When a revered senior analyst is found dead at the Jerusalem Psychoanalytic Society headquarters, Chief Inspector Michael Ohayon penetrates the elite, mysterious world of the institute to find the killer.

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Gur spins an intriguing mystery with international flavor and an attractive and likeable hero. When a revered senior analyst is found dead at the Jerusalem Psychoanalytic Society headquarters, Chief Inspector Michael Ohayon penetrates the elite, mysterious world of the institute to find the killer.

"A splendid mystery... Intriguing... a therapeutic whodunit."(Time)

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.68 inPublished:November 30, 1993Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0060995084

ISBN - 13:9780060995089

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Gur spins an intriguing mystery with international flavor and an attractive and likeable hero. When a revered senior analyst is found dead at the Jerusalem Psychoanalytic Society headquarters, Chief Inspector Michael Ohayon penetrates the elite, mysterious world of the institute to find the killer.

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"A splendid mystery... Intriguing... a therapeutic whodunit."--"Time""A subtly provocative procedural mystery...."--"New York Times Book Review