Self-Defense (Alex Delaware 09) by Jonathan Kellerman

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And you didn’t push. I thought that was very gentlemanly. Then I thought, Maybe he’s just backing off as a strategy; he probably has other ways of getting into my head. Pretty paranoid, huh? But being in therapy was unnerving. ” I nodded. She smiled. “Guess I’m waffling, right now. Okay. My background: I was born in New York City twenty-five years ago, on April 14. Lenox Hill Hospital, to be precise. I grew up in New York and Connecticut, went to fine upstanding girls’ schools, and graduated from Belding College three years ago—it’s a small women’s college just outside of Boston.

Just persistent. Repeating their reasons and staring at me, like I was a stupid kid who’d eventually come around. ” “You’re in conflict because you’re a moral person,” I said. ” She looked confused. ” That seemed to calm her, but she cried some more. The tissue in her hand was wadded tight, and I handed her another one. ” she said, with sudden anger. “He got off on other people’s pain. ” She looked at her watch. ” The clock on the mantel said fifteen minutes to go. ” “I know, but would you mind if I left a little early?

As we were having coffee, the maÎtre d’ came over and said, “Dr. Delaware? ” I picked up the phone behind the bar. “Hi, Dr. Delaware, this is Sarah from your service. I don’t know if I did the right thing, but you got a call a few minutes ago from a patient named Lucy Lowell. She said it wasn’t an emergency, but she sounded pretty upset. ” “No. I told her you were out of the office but I could reach you if it was an emergency. She said it wasn’t important; she’d call you tomorrow. I wouldn’t have bothered you, but she seemed really nervous.

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