A Deadly Affection by Cuyler Overholt with a giveaway

This is the first book by Cuyler Overholt that I have read and I can’t wait for more in this series. I love Dr. Genevieve Summerford. This takes place in the early 1900’s and she is a psychiatrist. She wants to treat women who have problems. During her first tries in a group setting she meets a woman who is soon accused of murder. Did Genevieve cause her to commit murder or is she innocent. Genevieve feels she must help Eliza. During this story there are many twists and turns and Genevieve learns some great life lessons. I received this book from Sourcebooks publicity department for a fair and honest opinion.


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“Do no harm” is easier said than done…
Dr. Genevieve Summerford prides herself on her ability as a psychiatrist to understand the inner workings of the human mind. But when one of her patients is arrested for murder—a murder Genevieve fears she may have unwittingly provoked—she begins to doubt her training and intuition. Unable to believe that her patient could have committed the gruesome crime, Genevieve seeks out answers, desperate to clear the woman’s name—and her own.
Over the course of her investigation, Genevieve uncovers a dark secret—one that could, should Genevieve choose to reveal it, bring down catastrophe on those she cares most about. But, should she let it lie, it will almost certainly send her patient to the electric chair. Steeped in the gritty atmosphere of turn-of-the-century New York City, A Deadly Affection is a riveting debut mystery and the first in an exciting new series featuring Dr. Genevieve Summerford.

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2 thoughts on “A Deadly Affection by Cuyler Overholt with a giveaway

  1. Such a compelling review! This book sounds fabulous. And a captivating cover, too. I enjoy historical fiction and mysteries. I’m currently reading Thirty Umigar’s “The Space Between Us.” Beautifully written and poignant, but emotionally wrecking. Next on my list: Lady Cop Makes Trouble, by Amy Stewart….. Unless of course, I win the drawing. 🙂

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