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10 thoughts on “Warning Signs

  1. says:

    This was a re read for me, but it still brought home to me how much I am going to miss this series Stephen White s writing is so good for pulling the reader into the story immediately, for building the suspense, and for excellent character development I feel like I know these people, and hate to see my glimpses into their lives come to an end I guess that is when you know you are reading excellent fiction, when the characters seem so real, and definitely people you know well and care about As others have said, the story here, though written several years ago, is eerily similar to recent shootings in Aurora, and other places But as always with White s writing, there are multiple layers of story and plot, and all are woven together for a very satisfying read.


  2. says:

    I picked this book up for free at a trade show several years ago and put on my shelf to never think about it again Years later a good friend gave me some books and there was another Stephen White book in the mix and so I decided to finally read this one and you know whatI liked it I am already in my second White book and so far I like it as well.


  3. says:

    A murder of a district attorney pulls both Alan Sam into a case It took some time to prove who the killer was, although it was suspected early on I did not like the ending where Sam manipulated the ending for the killer, and despite this person being despicable, what happened at the end verged on Sam being just as culpable in killing as the suspect.


  4. says:

    I love every book that I ve read by Stephen White The combination of psychology, mystery and the location set in Boulder Denver is a winner with me He is my favorite mystery writer.


  5. says:

    Whoa That was unexpected Liked the bomb ending Wow that was a horrible pun Lots of twists and mystery Really liked Bummed it was the 10th in a series Off to find 1


  6. says:

    Tenth book in Alan Gregory series All in all just a little too far fetched This series sometimes has some flat periods Number ten here klunked just a bit Characters could not save this goofy plot I d say leave this one on shelf until later Being nice giving this one three stars out of a possible five stars I really like the series so I m grading on a curve.


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    This is a definite page turner and one that will keep you reading until the very end There is quite a few twists and turns in the plot This is a must read thriller I read it in a couple hours straight thru What happens when a psychologist enters the darkness of the criminal mind When a tormented killer takes revenge on an unsuspecting city When the warning signs come too late The grisly slaying shatters the quiet of a residential neighborhood in the foothills of the Rockies The battered body of Boulder County District Attorney Royal Peterson lies amid shards of broken pottery while his wife sleeps upstairs Within forty eight hours, a homicide detective is the prime suspect in the brutal death that will send shock waves through the city s political ranks and reverberate in the professional and personal life of Alan Gregory Alan knew Roy Peterson Lauren, his wife, a prosecutor in the DA s office, worked under Peterson for years And while Lauren contemplates taking on the defense of the accused cop, Alan meets with a new patient Almost from the moment Naomi Bigg starts talking, warning bells go off in Alan s mind A terrified mother with an explosive secret, Naomi tests the limits of doctor patient confidentiality when her privileged exchanges convince Alan that a crime is about to be committed But when he uncovers a shocking link to the Peterson slaying, Alan finds himself riding the slippery slope between professional judgment and personal responsibility as he struggles to protect his patient while probing the mind of a deeply troubled teenager As violence erupts throughout the city and a pattern of vengeance becomes chillingly clear Alan is plunged into a desperate manhunt for a killer whose trail of rage winds all the way up to the Colorado Supreme Court As the minutes tick down in a brilliantly conceived vendetta that targets the guilty and the innocent alike, Warning Signs races to a harrowing climax in which the lives of hundreds hang in the balance.


  8. says:

    This book came too close to real life for me After what happened in Aurora, it is hard to say that you enjoyed a book like this A young man seeks vengeance and goes on a killing spree in and around Boulder and Denver, Colorado Stephen White was up to his usual standards but my heart just wasn t into reading a novel that similar to newspaper headlines Even with warning signs, you never know what a person will do.


  9. says:

    Great novel Love Stephen White Lots of mystery, drama, suspense, and a touch of romance This is a story about a police detective who is suspected of killing her lover and who her lover is married to is a surprise At the same time, someone is planting bombs all over the place.


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    THIS SUMMARY REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST ANY PERSONAL NOTATIONS ARE FOR MY RECOLLECTION ONLY What happens when a psychologist enters the darkness of the criminal mind When a tormented killer takes revenge on an unsuspecting city When the warning signs come too late The grisly slaying shatters the quiet of a residential neighborhood in the foothills of the Rockies The battered body of Boulder County District Attorney Royal Peterson lies amid shards of broken pottery while his chronically ill wife sleeps upstairs Within forty eight hours, a homicide detective is the prime suspect in the brutal death that will send shock waves through the city s political ranks and reverberate in the professional and personal life of Alan Gregory.Alan knew Roy Peterson Lauren, his wife, a prosecutor in the DA s office, worked under Peterson for years And while Lauren contemplates taking on the defense of the accused cop, Alan meets with a new patient Almost from the moment Naomi Bigg starts talking, warning bells go off in Alan s mind A terrified mother with an explosive secret, Naomi tests the limits of doctor patient confidentiality when her privileged exchanges convince Alan that a crime is about to be committed But when he uncovers a shocking link to the Peterson slaying, Alan finds himself riding the slippery slope between professional judgment and personal responsibility as he struggles to protect his patient while probing the mind of a deeply troubled teenager.As violence erupts throughout the city and a pattern of vengeance becomes chillingly clear Alan is plunged into a desperate manhunt for a killer whose trail of rage winds all the way up to the Colorado Supreme Court As the minutes tick down in a brilliantly conceived vendetta that targets the guilty and the innocent alike, Warning Signs races to a harrowing climax in which the lives of hundreds hang in the balance A murder of a district attorney pulls both Alan Sam into a case It took some time to prove who the killer was, although it was suspected early on I did not like the ending where Sam manipulated the ending for the killer, and despite this person being despicable, what happened at the end verged on Sam being just as culpable in killing as the suspect e depicted the Stockholm Syndrome perfectly Even I was rooting justifying for the bad guy But what I really like is how Stephen White uncovers the hidden, subconscious motivations, sometimes not so unintentional though, of people s actions I always say, it s not what you do but WHY that is the heart of it Example You could give me a Million Dollars, but look at all the reasons why Psychology is my hobby Because I want to understand Stephan weaves those mysteries equally well with the criminal ones I m halfway through the series now and DO lament it s coming to an end Dr White just released his last book six or so months ago I m glad I discovered him late, so I didn t have to wait for each book s release His writing is maturing and progressing.


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Warning Signs summary pdf Warning Signs, summary chapter 2 Warning Signs, sparknotes Warning Signs, Warning Signs a8f7086 Sometimes The Warning Signs Come Too Late The Brutal Slaying Of Boulder S Controversial DA Strikes Deep In The Heart Of Everything Clinical Psychologist Alan Gregory Holds Dear After All, Alan S Wife, Lauren, Worked For The Dead ManWhen A New Patient Walks Into Alan S Office A Terrified Mother With An Explosive Secret He Finds Himself Edging Even Closer To The Darkness Soon Her Privileged Exchanges Convince Alan That A Crime Is About To Be Committed And When He Uncovers A Shocking Link To The DA S Slaying, Alan Is Suddenly Locked In The Ethical Dilemma Of His Career, Thrust Into A Desperate Manhunt For A Killer Whose Identity No One Could Have Guessed As The Minutes Tick Down, Warning Signs Explodes Into A Gripping Story Of Crime And Punishment, Tragedy And Retribution And Of Human Beings Caught In The Shattering Cross Fire Of Forces Beyond Their Controlforces Sometimes Within Themselves From The Paperback Edition

  • Kindle Edition
  • 512 pages
  • Warning Signs
  • Stephen White
  • English
  • 21 May 2018

About the Author: Stephen White

See this thread for information.Stephen White is the author of the New York Times bestselling Alan Gregory novels In his books, he draws upon over fifteen years of clinical practice as a psychologist to create intriguing plots and complex, believable characters Born on Long Island, White grew up in New York, New Jersey, and Southern California and attended the University of California campuses at Irvine where he lasted three weeks as a creative writing major and Los Angeles before graduating from Berkeley in 1972 Along the way he learned to fly small planes, worked as a tour guide at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, cooked and waited tables at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, and tended bar at the Red Lion Inn in Boulder Trained as a clinical psychologist, he received his Ph.D from the University of Colorado in 1979 and became known as an authority on the psychological effects of marital disruption, especially on men White s research has appeared in Psychological Bulletin and other professional journals and books After receiving his doctorate, White not only worked in private practice but also at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, and later as a staff psychologist at The Children s Hospital in Denver, where he focused his attention on pediatric cancer patients During those years he became acquainted with a colleague in Los Angeles, another pediatric psychologist named Jonathan Kellerman At the time, Kellerman and White were two of only about a dozen psychologists in the country working in pediatric oncology.Series