Duty to warn
While treating Robert Percy, a burly factory worker, psychologist David Malden unlocks not only his patient's memories of childhood abuse but also an upwelling violence. When Percy abruptly departs Buffalo for rural Michigan, where he grew up in a series of foster homes, Malden fears that his patient seeks revenge, Concerned with his liability under Duty to Warn laws, Malden sets out after the troubled young man using the only guide he has, his treatment notes -- a list of people and places that may or may not exist, especially after twenty years. To aid him in the chase, Malden calls on his colleague, the awkward, remote, intimidatingly tall Sonja Nielsen. She reluctantly agrees to help, either because of or despite her previous entanglements with Malden.
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New Adult Fiction
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|Livonia Public Library||FIC KER (Text)