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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Joe O'Loughlin, a London psychologist, loves his job and loves his family—wife Julianne and eight-year-old .
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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Suspect by Michael Robotham. The hunter becomes the hunted when an expert consultant in a baffling murder case becomes the prime suspect in Michael Robotham's stunning debut thriller. At forty-two, psychiatrist Joe O'Loughlin seems to have it all: a thriving practice, a beautiful wife, an adoring daughter.
But Joe's snug, happy world is crumbling. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease The hunter becomes the hunted when an expert consultant in a baffling murder case becomes the prime suspect in Michael Robotham's stunning debut thriller. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, he's dreading the inevitable and all too palpable deterioration of his body and mind. Then, when the police ask for his help in solving the brutal murder of a woman they assume is a prostitute, he's horrified to recognize the victim as a nurse he once worked with, and with whom he had a bit of a past.
As Joe begins to suspect that one of his patients may be responsible, the police zero in on him.
Michael Robotham possesses the rare ability to create fully believable characters, fashion terrific dialogue, and generate nonstop suspense. Suspect is a powerhouse first novel, intricately crafted and chillingly authentic. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Joseph O'Loughlin 1. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Suspect , please sign up. I have both the audio book and the epub version, but the two don't match. Anyone else encountered this issue? Twyla Is it a difference between unabridged and abridged?
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Two thumbs up! Suspect gets off to a banging start and kept me glued to the pages throughout.
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Joe makes some unwise decisions along the way, putting himself in significant jeopardy. He ends up needing to figure out on his own who killed a young woman or his life will deteriorate into ruins and his loving family will be destroyed. His methods are unorthodox, to say the least, which leads to some very entertaining reading. There is a plentiful amount of intrigue and suspense in this pacy novel. The plot is ingenious and the bends and curves of the story keep the reader alert.
There are some prize-winning twists in this one, especially the big bomb at the end. I did. I found him very human and thought his flaws were much less dastardly than those of protagonists in many other books. The added complication of his developing Parkinsonism intensifies the burden of his challenges. Thanks, Mr. I look forward to checking out more of his adventures.
Fine with me. I liked this guy too. He is essentially a gruff, straightforward, no-nonsense type of guy who just wants to solve the case. I highly recommend Suspect to all readers of crime fiction, suspense, and thrillers. Quality stuff. View all 48 comments. I am going to rate this 4.
This is the first book in the Joseph O'Loughlin Series. I will surely be reading more of his books. This book was so hard to put down. I am serious.
I recommend this to all thriller lovers. London psychologist Joe O'Loughlin is a family man who has just received some devastating news about his health.
Joe is at a meeting pro I am going to rate this 4. Joe is at a meeting providing counseling for a group of prostitutes and is interrupted by an aggressive Detective holding a photograph of a murder victim. DI Ruiz believes the victim might have been a prostitute and he invites Joe to assist in his investigation. Joe soon learns the dead woman is a nurse, a former patient of his, and one with whom he shares bad history. When Joe learns the identity of the dead woman, he fears exposing the connection he shares with her, aware it gives him motive.
As the killing occurred near his home, he also had opportunity. As DI Ruiz uncovers the connection, he soon looks at Joe as the primary suspect. This would have been a great suspense plot by itself. However, the author introduces several other characters into the first chapters and the plot turns much more convoluted. Joe believes one of his especially disturbed patients is behind the killing, but he can't find enough evidence to satisfy Ruiz.
The more Joe hunts for the evidence, the guiltier he looks, until he finds himself alone and on the run, with his whole life crumbling around him. Joe could turn it all around if only he would admit to his alibi. For the well-respected psychologist, the situation becomes suspenseful. The DI appears to want Joe to be guilty. Ruiz is an aggressive detective and does not seem willing to look at any other suspects. O'Loughlin tells one small lie which turns out to be the biggest mistake of his life.
Suddenly, he's caught in a web of his own making. The story moves well and the characters well developed and mostly likable. View all 66 comments. Michael Robotham has a new fan! This was a very satisfying read! Joe O'Laughlin is married, has an 8 year old daughter, is a psychologist, and was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Joe gets involved in the investigation of the murder of a hooker, but eventually DI Vincent Ruiz comes to think of Joe as a suspect.
Well, THE suspect. I really enjoy books centered on an ordinary guy getting himself into extraordinary circumstances. Joe doesn't always do the right thi Michael Robotham has a new fan! Joe doesn't always do the right thing and he makes a fair number of bad decisions, but he's a likable character. Robotham has written a tightly woven story with a steady pace that increases near the end.