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    A beautiful death. A perfect murder. A sexual predator is at large on the streets of Imperial Vienna and Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt appeals to his friend, psychoanalyst Dr. Max Liebermann, for assistance. Early signs indicate that the killer is no ordinary 'lust murderer' but an entirely new phenomenon, his particular deviance revealing the darker preoccupations of the age. To understand his behaviour, Liebermann must employ the latest developments in psychoanalysis and make a journey into uncharted regions of the human mind.

    ©2010 Frank Tallis (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd

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    i like Frank Tallis' books. that said i was annoyed by the fact that he used Schnitzler's Professor Bernhardi as backstory for Lieberman. even though he (wink wink nudge nudge) introduced Schnitzler himself to the story it rubbed me wrong. I did like the use of the Golem story, though. still not happy about the pronunciation of various Viennese words and names. please consider consulting a native speaker in future. mispronouncing a household name like Lueger is grating.