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Obsessive Rage: The Sycamore File

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184 pages2 hours

Summary

Throughout human history, man has always been fascinated with the workings of the human mind. In Obsessive Rage, authors Ryan Stevenson and Richard Brandeis bring into focus one man’s psychotic obsession, which ultimately leads the reader into a world of the clinically insane.
Doctor David Morrissey, an eminent New York psychiatrist, uses past life regression sessions to understand why his patient, Laura, can’t bring herself to sing. In the ensuing sessions with Dr. Morrissey, they unravel a mystery that brings both of them to the edge of insanity.
The reader will travel through time, beginning with the depression era in Georgia, and then find himself transported into the present time to examine a murder mystery that took place eighty years prior, only to be confronted with a modern day psychopath.
Medical science may never truly understand the human mind and how our emotions can take hold while turning the common man into an individual whose darker side should never have seen the light of day. OBSESSIVE RAGE no doubt will keep the reader on the edge of his seat until the very last page is turned

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