Games of the Blind
by Evelin Sullivan
ISBN 0880641584 (0-88064-158-4)
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Hardcover, Fromm Intl, 1994
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Book summary: In prison for murder, disgraced psychologist Paul Avery sets out to examine how he ended up committing his crime. His memoir--self-absorbed and self-tormenting, wry and comical--focuses on his distrastrous romantic adventures with three women and how they led to his cold-bloodedly killing a man. At fifteen Paul suffers intense humilation from his first love, the married Jennifer, in romance that lasts for less than a week. At sixteen, he is the one to hand out humiliation to his cousin Diana, whom he eventually reduces to a sex slave. Finally there is Michelle, his favorite patient whom he simultaneously psychoanalyzes and seduces. Compellingly constructed and artfully written, "Games of the Blind" is a story of intense passion and cruelty, of desire and cruelty, of self-knowledge and blindness.
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