Books by Anna Salter

Anna Salter is a forensic psychologist with a specialty in assessing and treating sex offenders. She has been a faculty member of the Dartmouth Medical School as well as trained mental health professionals all over the world. She is also the author of fou

TRUTH CATCHER by Anna Salter
Released: Feb. 20, 2007

"Salter (Prison Blues, 2002, etc.) writes compellingly about the criminal mind. Though the story is overstuffed, the appealing heroine is worth return engagements."
A forensic psychologist's attempt to prevent the imminent release of a dangerous prisoner is complicated by a distress call from an old friend. Read full book review >
FAULT LINES by Anna Salter
Released: April 7, 1998

"Not Thomas Harris and The Silence of the Lambs by a long shot, but a book steadily gripping in its psychology, despite an overly familiar villain."
Second thriller featuring female Vermont forensic psychologist Dr. Michael Stone (Shiny Water, 1997). Dr. Stone, a specialist in child abuse and domestic violence, helped put away Alex B. Willy, a child molester who—during an earlier interview not admissible as evidence—revealed to Stone a whole batch of crimes he wasn't charged with. Read full book review >
SHINY WATER by Anna Salter
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"As the main detective in this thinly imagined debut, though, she poses no threat to Kay Scarpetta or Clarice Starling."
Forensic psychologist Michael Stone is a supposedly neutral expert in child abuse who's just testifying in Sharon Southworth's custody suit against her husband. Read full book review >