The Mask of Sanity by Jacob M. Appel. The Permanent Press

How often have we seen the headlines – serial killer, monster, murderer arrested for the most heinous acts, and all the neighbors can say is “But he seemed so nice”? Dr Jeremy Balint is considered more than a nice guy, he’s one of the most respected doctors around, the youngest head of his department in the hospital and a kind and loving husband and father. And as long as you stay on Jeremy’s good side, that’s exactly what you will get, but cross him and you will see evil that’s difficult to even comprehend. Appel paints a terrifying picture of a high functioning sociopath that has me looking carefully at everyone I know. I’m almost sure a number of our national leaders fit into the same category as Balint


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