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The Unresolved Seventh (Five Star Mystery…

The Unresolved Seventh (Five Star Mystery Series)

by Richard Helms

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Ben Long never intended to practice forensic psychology again after his sudden retirement four years earlier. His friend Sidney Kingsley, the new DA, had other plans. Junior Torrence has been charged with murder. His attorney has hired a psychologist to prove Torrence mentally ineligible for a capital trial. Kingsley wants Long to do a separate evaluation. Kingsley assigns law clerk Paula Paige to assist Long in his evaluation. She finds Long quirky, distant, and even a little frightening, until Kingsley explains that, besides being brilliant,Long has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a type of high-functioning autism.… (more)

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