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When she was bad / Jonathan Nasaw.

By: Nasaw, Jonathan Lewis, 1947-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: E.L. Pender: 4.Publisher: London : Simon & Schuster, 2007Description: pages cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781847370358 (pbk.); 1847370357 (pbk.).Subject(s): Multiple personality -- Patients -- Fiction | Serial murderers -- Fiction | Government investigators -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction) | Detective and mystery fiction. DDC classification: 813.54 Online resources: Publisher description | Sample text Review: ""Multiples in love: imagine the possibilities, " said one of the twisted couple's earlier victims. Lily DeVries and Ulysses Maxwell have quite a lot in common. Both were horrifically abused as children, then diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, and eventually incarcerated in the same Oregon mental institution. There, they fell into the hands of the well-meaning, genially sinister director, Dr. Al." "When the ingenious lovers engineer a bloody escape, the only people who have a chance of stopping them are the rumpled, endearingly flawed E. L. Pender and Dr. Irene Cogan, a brilliant psychiatrist who loves Lily almost as much as she fears Maxwell. With the aid of a private investigator, Pender and Cogan take on a pair of killers who win hearts as easily as they slit throats."--BOOK JACKET.
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Lily deVries suffers from dissociative identity disorder, which means that her mind has fragmented into different personalities. One of those personalities is Lilith, the violent psychopath. When Lilith meets Max, a fellow sufferer, it's up to ex-FBI Agent Pender to track them down and prevent a carnage beyond imagining.

""Multiples in love: imagine the possibilities, " said one of the twisted couple's earlier victims. Lily DeVries and Ulysses Maxwell have quite a lot in common. Both were horrifically abused as children, then diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, and eventually incarcerated in the same Oregon mental institution. There, they fell into the hands of the well-meaning, genially sinister director, Dr. Al." "When the ingenious lovers engineer a bloody escape, the only people who have a chance of stopping them are the rumpled, endearingly flawed E. L. Pender and Dr. Irene Cogan, a brilliant psychiatrist who loves Lily almost as much as she fears Maxwell. With the aid of a private investigator, Pender and Cogan take on a pair of killers who win hearts as easily as they slit throats."--BOOK JACKET.

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