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Author: R C Goodwin
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Side Street Press Inc., 2018. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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James Shannon, a middle-aged widower with no criminal background or history of mental illness, commits a heinous crime. Shannon confesses immediately and the crime lacks obvious provocation. For family and friends seeking to come to terms with Shannon's actions, the primary question remains: Why? Once incarcerated, Shannon becomes mute and refuses to talk to his family and his lawyer. After a transfer to a facility  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Psychological fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R C Goodwin
ISBN: 9780998803913 099880391X
OCLC Number: 1029556414
Notes: A psychological thriller.
Description: 267 pages : 22 cm
Responsibility: R.C. Goodwin.

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James Shannon, a middle-aged widower with no criminal background or history of mental illness, commits a heinous crime. Shannon confesses immediately and the crime lacks obvious provocation. For family and friends seeking to come to terms with Shannon's actions, the primary question remains: Why? Once incarcerated, Shannon becomes mute and refuses to talk to his family and his lawyer. After a transfer to a facility for mentally ill offenders, Shannon befriends Hal Gottlieb, a psychiatrist who slowly develops a relationship with him. As Gottlieb pieces together Shannon's background and the facts surrounding the case, it becomes apparent that things are not as they appear.

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