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Publisher Description

Dr. Eric Parrish is the Chief of the Psychiatric Unit at Havemeyer General Hospital outside of Philadelphia. Recently separated from his wife Alice, he is doing his best as a single Dad to his seven-year-old daughter Hannah. His work seems to be going better than his home life, however. His unit at the hospital has just been named number two in the country, and Eric has a devoted staff of doctors and nurses who are as caring as Eric is. But when he takes on a new patient, Eric's entire world begins to crumble. Seventeen-year-old Max has a terminally ill grandmother and is having trouble handling it. That, plus his OCD and violent thoughts about a girl he likes makes Max a high risk patient. Max can't turn off the mental rituals he needs to perform every fifteen minutes that keep him calm. With the pressure mounting, Max just might reach the breaking point. When the girl is found murdered, Max is nowhere to be found. Worried about Max, Eric goes looking for him and puts himself in danger of being seen as a "person of interest" himself. Next, one of his own staff turns on him in a trumped up charge of sexual harassment. Is this chaos all random? Or is someone systematically trying to destroy Eric's life? New York Times best selling author Lisa Scottoline's visceral thriller, Every Fifteen Minutes, brings you into the grip of a true sociopath and shows you how, in the quest to survive such ruthlessness, every minute counts.

Mysteries & Thrillers
April 14
St. Martin's Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

Carfar68 ,

Every Fifteen Minutes

Not my favorite Scottoline book. The premise was very interesting but the delivery was too long and involved. I was ready for the conclusion much sooner than it came, and then the conclusion was rushed, convoluted and unbelievable. Hope the author's previous form will return or I will be reluctant to purchase.

Jezzayy ahaa ,

Could be a great story but...

The story has the potential to be really great. What held me back from reading the entire book was the surplus of run on sentences, unnecessary commentary, and grammatical errors. I really tried to get through it but it became too annoying

Deborah1956 ,

Not a good read

The main character was difficult to tolerate. No one is really that foolish about life. Only read the book because I paid for it. Skipped large portions to just get through it. Not a recommended read!

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