Rage Therapy PDF/EPUB Ú Hardcover

Rage Therapy PDF/EPUB Ú Hardcover


    Kindle Welcome to the Kindle ereader store was the victim a fellow psychiatrist, but Kolberg was also his former partner and mentor he was practically a second father to Joel, who soon finds himself the target of a faceless stalker as well Who killed Stanley Kolberg and why The answers lie hidden in a lurid underworld of depraved sex and violence and in the tortured past of one disturbed young woman."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • Rage Therapy
  • Daniel Kalla
  • English
  • 21 September 2017
  • 0765312255

10 thoughts on “Rage Therapy

  1. Zade Zade says:

    Kalla is a pretty good writer and his story moves along at a good clip I m not sure why psychologists psychiatrists are such popular characters for mysteries perhaps because they are privy tosecrets and scandals than the average person In any case, this book is not exactly flattering to the psychiatric profession, but does use it effectively as a springboard for a mystery The plot is convoluted enough to keep the reader guessing and at the end you ll likely find yourself thinking you s Kalla is a pretty good writer and his story moves along at a good clip I m not sure why psychologists psychiatrists are such popular characters for mysteries perhaps because they are privy tosecrets and scandals than the average person In any case, this book is not exactly flattering to the psychiatric profession, but does use it effectively as a springboard for a mystery The plot is convoluted enough to keep the reader guessing and at the end you ll likely find yourself thinking you should have seen it coming There are clues from the beginning, but they only make sense in retrospect, which says something for Kalla s ability to plot There are some pretty gruesome scenes but nothing so gory as Kellerman, for example , so beware if that bothers you and the plot has to do with SM which may be a deterrent for some readers This is a quick read, just a few hours, and never boring The characters are fairly stock The protagonist is ok, nothing special you wouldn t invite him over for dinner if you were looking for an interesting conversation You won t be greatly enriched by reading this thriller, but you ll be entertained


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    Sensed the twist near the end coming from about halfway through the book, but still an enjoyable, quick read.


  3. Michelle Kraeva Michelle Kraeva says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I have mixed feelings towards the book back when I read it first, 6 years ago, it was the first one to read of this genre and I thought it was brilliant Over the next 6 years I read my head off of similarly structured books and, of course, I forgot about this one When I started reading it, I had completely forgotten all about the book The only thing that I vaguely remembered, was the opening scene, but from then on it was all as if I was reading it for the first time Mid way through the boo I have mixed feelings towards the book back when I read it first, 6 years ago, it was the first one to read of this genre and I thought it was brilliant Over the next 6 years I read my head off of similarly structured books and, of course, I forgot about this one When I started reading it, I had completely forgotten all about the book The only thing that I vaguely remembered, was the opening scene, but from then on it was all as if I was reading it for the first time Mid way through the book I figured out that it makes sense that Ashman had killed Kolberg From then on, I was hoping to be wrong I should also mention that whilst reading it, none of it came out as a reminder i wasn t ever like ohh, I remember that No it was still as unfamiliar So I was rather disappointed, because when I read it, back in 8th grade, I thought that it was the most genius book ever created in the Universe Such a downer I still can t figure where the problem is Is it really a genius book, but I have just read so many alike since reading it and forgotten about and now I can t appreciate its awesomeness Or is it the fact that it was just the first book of this genre that I read and blew my mind due to the fact that I had nothing to compare it with Also, Claire I couldn t stand her She was such an annoying character Yes, yes, i know, she saved Joel s life, but still Also Angela didn t like her..but I guess that is normal since her character wasn t exactly the most lovable


  4. Corbin Corbin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was a pretty good book, except that the opening scene unintentionally gives away who the murderer is It took away the suprise for me, and turned the detective chase into a boring thing for me because I knew every lead wasn t going anywhere.


  5. Dave Martino jr. Dave Martino jr. says:

    I really enjoyed the book Its similar to my work as a Clinician so I have to admit it was accurately written, interesting, and insightful.


  6. Pat Carswell Pat Carswell says:

    Kalla has some depth of psychological knowledge as he creates a thriller surrounding three therapists and a number of patients Tied in with suicides, murders and police investigations, we learn and come to question the ethics of people we trust in our mental health, the rage that humans hold deep and vent, and the dilemmas facing detectives daily In this book, a psychologist attached to the police force as a profiler becomes a pseudo detective himself, conducting searches into cases of his for Kalla has some depth of psychological knowledge as he creates a thriller surrounding three therapists and a number of patients Tied in with suicides, murders and police investigations, we learn and come to question the ethics of people we trust in our mental health, the rage that humans hold deep and vent, and the dilemmas facing detectives daily In this book, a psychologist attached to the police force as a profiler becomes a pseudo detective himself, conducting searches into cases of his former practice partners It is a thriller, a criminal page turner with a romantic affair on the side, a fallibility like the overwritten details of wretched abuse that may be too much information A good writing technique, a good story arc and a shocking ending unless you figured out the whodunnit yourself


  7. Jeanine Jeanine says:

    When psychiatrist, Stanley Kolberg is found murdered in this office the list of suspects is substantial After all, his clients have a problem with anger Someone not only shot him but then beat his dead body with a heavy object, breaking his arm and insulting that injury Soon his secret life, his abuse of his female patients and the sick sexual abuses he enjoys comes to ight Who wanted him dead Who shot him and how is Joel his former partner and almost adopted son going to get to the bottom When psychiatrist, Stanley Kolberg is found murdered in this office the list of suspects is substantial After all, his clients have a problem with anger Someone not only shot him but then beat his dead body with a heavy object, breaking his arm and insulting that injury Soon his secret life, his abuse of his female patients and the sick sexual abuses he enjoys comes to ight Who wanted him dead Who shot him and how is Joel his former partner and almost adopted son going to get to the bottom of it all well plotted, well written and twisty enough


  8. Lucile Barker Lucile Barker says:

    26 Rage Therapy by Daniel KallaShrink versus shrink in Seattle,by a Vancouver author When a noted psychiatrist, Stanley Kollberg, who specialised in anger management is found brutally murdered in his office, there are lots of suspects Dr Joel Ashman, a homicide profiler who used to work with Kollberg, knows a few secrets about his former colleague and some of his patients Twisty, dark and makes you wonder how much you can trust that guy you see once a week who knows your secrets.


  9. Janis Janis says:

    Not as interesting as some of the author s previous works no contagious diseases here.Instead you have a psychiatrist who takes his own personal kink and tries to pass it off to his patients as a new type role playing rage therapy So who takes their role a little too far and kills the pain loving junkie


  10. Linda Lpp Linda Lpp says:

    Interesting, plenty doses of suspense, at the same time quite disturbing Graphic descriptions of sexual perversions associated with fragile mentally ill persons and their so called therapeutic health care professionals Psychiatrists is a stretch to view as realistic scenarios, in my opinion.Nonetheless despite slow sections, I did manage to omplete the book.


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Rage Therapy➳ Rage Therapy Read ➻ Author Daniel Kalla – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A compelling psychological thriller that probes the darkest compulsions of the human mind Dr Stanley Kolberg was not just murdered His lifeless body was battered and broken almost beyond recognition, A compelling psychological thriller that probes the darkest compulsions of the human mind Dr Stanley Kolberg was not just murdered His lifeless body was battered and broken almost beyond recognition, as though his unknown killer had been driven by a ferocious rage that had exploded madly out of control As far as the Seattle police are concerned, there is no shortage of suspects A distinguished psychiatrist, Kolberg specialized in anger management and often treated violent offenders with severe psychiatric disorders His client list is a virtual lineup of sociopaths, psychotics, and convicted murderers, any one of whom might have unleashed their homicidal fury on the doctor For Dr Joel Ashman, who consults as a profiler for Seattle Homicide, the shocking crime strikes particularly close to home Not only was the victim a fellow psychiatrist, but Kolberg was also his former partner and mentor he was practically a second father to Joel, who soon finds himself the target of a faceless stalker as well Who killed Stanley Kolberg and why The answers lie hidden in a lurid underworld of depraved sex and violence and in the tortured past of one disturbed young woman.


About the Author: Daniel Kalla

Born, raised, and still residing in Vancouver, Kalla spends his days and sometimes nights working as an ER Physician in an urban teaching hospitalThe idea for his first medical thriller, PANDEMIC, sprang from his clinical experience in facing the SARS crisis of He has written five science thrillers and or medical mysteries, delving into themes and topics as diverse as superbugs, drug addiction, prions, DNA evidence, pandemics and patient abuseKalla s last book, THE FAR SIDE OF THE SKY, is a historical novel set in Second World War Shanghai against the dramatic backdrop of converging cultures and ideologies His latest, RISING SUN, FALLING SHADOW continues the story of the Adler family through , the bleakest year in war torn Shanghai His books have been translated into eleven languages, and two have been optioned for feature filmsDaniel received his MD from the University of British Columbia He is married and the proud father of two girls in a home predominated by the XX chromosome even his beloved Labrador retriever, Lola, is female.