THE SATURDAY MORNING MURDER by Batya Gur

THE SATURDAY MORNING MURDER

KIRKUS REVIEW

 Who shot eminent Jerusalem psychiatrist Eva Neidorf just before she was to deliver a Saturday morning lecture on ``Some Aspects of the Ethical and Forensic Problems Involved in Analytic Treatment''? Chief Inspector Michael Ohayon (a Moroccan former history student forced from the doctoral program at Cambridge into a marriage now ended in divorce) finds suspicion divided equally between Dr. Neidorf's colleagues--revered Ernst Hildesheimer; embittered Joe Linder; haughtily beautiful Dina Silver; conscientious young Shlomo Gold--and the mysterious patient who purloined her lecture notes, weekly schedule, and income-tax returns in order to conceal his (or her) existence. Mildly interesting psychiatric characters and background wrapped up in a ceremonious manner. Two sequels, already published in Israel, are bound to follow.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1992
ISBN: 0-06-019024-8
Page count: 320pp
Publisher: HarperCollins
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 15th, 1992




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