The Architect

The Architect

by KeithAblow (Author)

Synopsis

This is a story of an extraordinarily talented architect whose clients are America's wealthiest families; a sociopath whose search for perfection leaves a trail of murders he considers work of art. It is a story of obsession that opens doors to secret corridors of power - and into the private quarters of the White House itself. West Crosse, educated at Yale, member of the ultra-elite Order of Skull and Bones, is a stunningly brilliant, strikingly handsome architect with a love of ideal beauty and commitment to achieving it at any cost. But underneath that facade lies a dangerous man who will stop at nothing to create the perfect dwelling and the perfect lives for his high-bred clientele - even if that means deadly rehab ...As Crosse is about to embark on the masterwork of his creative life, the FBI puts forensic psychiatrist Dr. Frank Clevenger on the case, and the ultimate cat-and-mouse game begins. 'Original, well written and very suspenseful. West Crosse is a complex unforgettable bad guy' - James Patterson.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 320
Publisher: Pan
Published: 06 Apr 2007

ISBN 10: 033044140X
ISBN 13: 9780330441407

Media Reviews
You can see why in certain quarters, Ablow is compared to Thomas Harris.
-- Entertainment Weekly
A very fine writer. --Nelson Demille
No one burrows into the darkest recesses of the heart as deeply as Keith Ablow.
--Tess Gerritsen, author of Body Double

Keith Ablow's setting is the darkest of all--the twists and turns of the human mind. --Harlan Coben, author of Gone for Good

Ablow's got the instincts of Thomas Harris. --James Ellroy
Impressive and sharply detailed...a fresh and fully realized creation. -- Publishers Weekly on The Architect

Deeply compelling...almost hypnotically evil...the Frank Clevenger mysteries keep getting better. -- Booklist on The Architect
An absolutely chilling premise and terrifying to the very end. --Catherine Crier, COURT TV host and bestselling author of A Deadly Game on The Architect
The Architect is original, well written, and very suspenseful. West Crosse is a complex, unforgettable bad guy. --James Patterson, New York Times Bestselling author of Cat and Mouse on The Architect
You can see why in certain quarters, Ablow is compared to Thomas Harris.
-- Entertainment Weekly
A very fine writer. --Nelson Demille
No one burrows into the darkest recesses of the heart as deeply as Keith Ablow.
--Tess Gerritsen, author of Body Double

Keith Ablow' s setting is the darkest of all-- the twists and turns of the human mind. --Harlan Coben, author of Gone for Good

Ablow' s got the instincts of Thomas Harris. --James Ellroy
Impressive and sharply detailed...a fresh and fully realized creation. -- Publishers Weekly on The Architect

Deeply compelling... almost hypnotically evil... the Frank Clevenger mysteries keep getting better. -- Booklist on The Architect
An absolutely chilling premise and terrifying to the very end. -- Catherine Crier, COURT TV host and bestselling author of A Deadly Game on The Architect
The Architect is original, well written, and very suspenseful. West Crosse is a complex, unforgettable bad guy. --James Patterson, New York Times Bestselling author of Cat and Mouse on The Architect
You can see why in certain quarters, Ablow is compared to Thomas Harris.
-- Entertainment Weekly
A very fine writer. --Nelson Demille
No one burrows into the darkest recesses of the heart as deeply as Keith Ablow.
--Tess Gerritsen, author of Body Double

Keith Ablow's setting is the darkest of all--the twists and turns of the human mind. --Harlan Coben, author of Gone for Good

Ablow's got the instincts of Thomas Harris. --James Ellroy
Impressive and sharply detailed...a fresh and fully realized creation. -- Publishers Weekly on The Architect

Deeply compelling...almost hypnotically evil...the Frank Clevenger mysteries keep getting better. -- Booklist on The Architect
An absolutely chilling premise and terrifying to the very end. --Catherine Crier, COURT TV host and bestselling author of A Deadly Game on The Architect
The Architect is original, well written, and very suspenseful. West Crosse is a complex, unforgettable bad guy. --James Patterson, NewYork Times Bestselling author of Cat and Mouse on The Architect
Author Bio
Keith Ablow, like his protagonist, is a forensic psychiatrist who has testified as an expert in some of the most highly publicized criminal cases in the US. He has written five other Frank Clevenger novels, Denial, Projection, Compulsion, Psychopath and Murder Suicide. He lives in Massachusetts.