Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2006
CD ISBN 9781415931417 $44.95 CDs
DD ISBN $31.47
Library Ed. Books on Tape 2006
CS ISBN 9781415931400 $81.00 Nine cassettes
CD ISBN 9781415931417 $96.00 Twelve CDs
It is Summer 1909 in New York City, and someone is torturing and killing young women. Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Stratham Younger are in the city, getting ready for Freud's lecture series at Clark University. When young heiress Nora Acton is attacked, the handsome Dr. Younger proceeds to carry out analysis to bring forth her suppressed memories. This mystery is suffused with New York atmosphere. Kirby Heyborne engages from the first with a crisp reading. He has a lovely time creating the various Germans, as well as the toughs from Tammany Hall, creating all with perfect accents and pitch. His pacing adds much to the suspense, bringing to life the streets of New York, as well as the inner workings of psychological genius. B.H.B. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/ MAY 07]
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