Medea’s Curse by Anne Biurst. Published by Legend

Natalie King is a forensic psychiatrist who would make a great case study herself. A woman who loves speed and tight clothes and one night stands, she has a hard time remembering to take the medication she needs to stabilize her moods. Professionally, she works with both victims and perpetrators of violent crime, a job that takes a toll on the good doctor, and now she’s being stalked. She’s not sure if it’s a client she ticked off, past or present, or if it’s someone completely unrelated to her profession. Regardless, she has more to worry about, namely a missing and endangered child. I really liked this book because Natalie was so tremendously flawed, I liked the fact she was no Nancy Drew and I loved the peripheral characters, especially her bird, Bob Dylan


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