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The Enemy We Know: Suspense with a Dash of Humor (A Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery) (English Edition) par [Glaser, Donna White ]
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Suspense, Humor, Romance – and maybe a killer or two.

Psychotherapist Letty Whittaker, a professional secret keeper, has a secret of her own. When one of her clients slips free from an abusive boyfriend, Letty becomes the target of his violent rage. Wayne invades Letty's life, slithering his way past the barriers erected between her personal and professional lives, leaving gifts of dead rats, mutilated dolls, and freaky Shakespearian sonnets. Worst of all, Wayne uncovers Letty's deepest shame, infiltrating her AA group and threatening to expose her to the state licensing board.

And then--good news--Wayne is murdered. The bad news? The police suspect Letty. Worse yet, the sonnets and bloody souvenirs keep coming. Someone else has been watching Letty. Someone eager to drop bodies at her feet like a cat offering dead mole trophies to his mistress.

Someone willing to kill again.

The Letty Whittaker 12-Step Mystery series—edge-of-your-seat suspense sprinkled with laugh-out-loud moments. Fans of humorous mystery writers Janet Evanovich, Carl Hiaasen, and Harlan Coben have fallen in love with this wise-cracking amateur sleuth. Think: love child of Stephanie Plum and Alex Delaware after a wild night of Twister and tequila shooters. Don’t miss this funny mystery series!

Series Order
Book 1: The Enemy We Know
Newly recovering alcoholic and psychotherapist Letty Whittaker thinks the client whose campaign of harassment includes threatening to expose her deepest secret is her biggest problem. When the client and Letty’s own boyfriend are murdered and dropped at her feet like a cat’s dead mole trophies, she realizes bad can always get worse.

Book 2: The One We Love After the mysterious death of a colleague, psychotherapist Letty Whittaker “inherits” her friends clients from the local domestic abuse shelter, and makes some disturbing discoveries: stolen files, an AWOL resident, and an unexplained ethics complaint.

Book 3: The Secrets We Keep When psychotherapist and recovering alcoholic Letty Whittaker responds to a middle-of-the-night crisis call, she knows helping Trinnie face her demons won’t be easy. However, instead of finding her friend dead drunk, Letty finds her just . . . dead. And Paul, another close friend, is the primary suspect.

Book 4: The Blood We Spill When her best friend disappears into the depths of a religious cult, Letty Whittaker is forced to cut ties with her safe life and plunge into a world of fanaticism, hypocrisy, and danger.

Book 5: The Lies We Tell Letty Whittaker is anticipating a life of quiet routine with her new job as a school-based counselor. But after she discovers the principal having a most unusual sexual encounter with a masked partner, she’s forced to adjust her expectations. Even more so when the principal is found dead just days later.

The Letty Whittaker 12-Step Mystery series—edge-of-your-seat suspense sprinkled with laugh-out-loud moments. Fans of humorous mystery writers Janet Evanovich, Carl Hiaasen, and Harlan Coben have fallen in love with this wise-cracking amateur sleuth. Think: love child of Stephanie Plum and Alex Delaware after a wild night of Twister and tequila shooters. Book 1, The Enemy We Know, is available now as a free Kindle ebook. Don’t miss this funny mystery series!

Related topics include: murder mystery, funny mystery, humorous mystery, amateur sleuth, female detective, sobriety, female protagonist, small town mystery, workplace mystery

Biographie de l'auteur

Donna White Glaser is a psychotherapist in northwestern Wisconsin. She is currently at work on the second Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery. She would love to hear from you via her website at

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
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  • Editeur : White Stone Press; Édition : First (23 novembre 2013)
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Letty Whittaker is a discombobulated, newly sober therapist who, although she's great with clients, exercises some pretty poor judgment during the course of this well-paced, satisfying and funny mystery. But we understand why, and we sympathize. We've all been shaken up by life changes, and we've all (well, most of us) felt we had a secret or two to protect. Letty is a thoroughly likable heroine, and we recognize many of the other characters from our own lives: the sanctimonious coworker, the insanely cute supervisor, the over eager intern. And if you're a woman of a certain age, you also have no doubt encountered (or been) the man-hating feminist, and the Rock of Gibraltar confidante. The Enemy We Know is a great first novel, and I can't wait to read the rest of the books in the series. There were just enough plot twists to keep it interesting, and the actual killer? A pleasantly disturbing surprise! I'm a little wary that there will be a romantic interest in each book, and frankly, I could do without it. Romance in a women's mystery seems to be gratuitously included in every one I've read, and often it slows down the story. Ms. Glaser handled it well, and it was integral to the plot, so kudos for that. Humor, mystery, recovery: my kind of book! Keep it up, Donna White Glaser, you're onto something.
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HASH(0x92306c9c) étoiles sur 5 More than a mystery 28 avril 2011
Par Patricia K. Batta - Publié sur
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The Enemy We Know is an engrossing mystery/suspense novel. Seamlessly racheting up from one crisis to another, it makes even the requisite mis-steps by the female-victim-protagonist believable. The characters are unique,well developed, and stay true to their personalities throughout the book. The story is enriched by the realistically detailed and believable worlds Letty inhabits: anyone struggling with addiction issues of any kind can relate to her experiences and reactions to AA philosophy, requirements, and support; and the emotional toll of her workplace is well invoked by the different ways her co-workers react to it. Add a dose of Shakespeare's rather gruesome sonnets, and you have an enticing brew. All this is handled with humor and finesse by the plucky main character, but her suspicions erode her ability to trust and challenge her relationships right through to the surprising ending. I look forward to seeing what else is in store for Letty Whitaker.
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HASH(0x92069648) étoiles sur 5 Love Letty! 6 mai 2011
Par J. Miller - Publié sur
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After helping a client with an abusive boyfriend, Psychotherapist Letty Whitaker finds herself the target of his insane, alcohol fueled rage. Dead rats, mutilated dolls and dark Shakespearian poetry are just a few of the "presents" Letty is subjected to.

I love any book that starts right off with exciting action. And this one certainly delivered. To put it simply: This author had me at hello. Because it was written in the first person, you find yourself becoming a silent partner to Letty. You only know what she knows and when she knows it. You have to figure out the who and why right along with her. This puts you right in the story and I loved being there.

Anytime you have a story where a woman is in jeopardy, you run the risk of finding a very formulaic plot, where you know the culprit by the third chapter. Not in this author's skillful hands. I no sooner felt I had a handle on it, when I would find I was wrong. There was no dearth of suspects and I considered, discarded, reconsidered over and over again. This made it such a fun read and I stayed up all night doing just that.

I also grew to really like Letty as a person. Although what was happening was very serious, I would find myself laughing out loud at something she said, either out loud, or to herself. This woman is funny. She had certain strengths and also flaws, just like all of us. That made her human to me and not like some cardboard character that you often find in this genre of fiction. It was easy to resonate with her and before I was halfway through the book, I knew I would be buying more Letty Whitaker 12 step books. I want to know more about her.

I wasn't sure what to expect of a book with the background being psychotherapy as well as AA as I am not familiar with either. Well, I grew to love the meetings and finding yet another suspect or two to add to my every growing pile of them. I loved Letty and her observances of people, sometimes deeply insightful and sometimes laugh out loud funny.

Ms. Glaser is a very gifted writer and her style is so enjoyable that you really don't want to put this book down. The ending didn't disappoint and I was guessing right up until the final chapter was done. Many surprises in this book and I can't wait for the next one to come out.

And best of all. I not only walked away with a good read, but also with a new obsession: Portishead. Read the book to find out what I mean.
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HASH(0x92f5edbc) étoiles sur 5 One of the most mundane books ever! 12 mars 2014
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I tried, honestly I tried to get through this book... even tried skipping paragraphs (at first) then whole chapters. Guess what? No matter how much you skip, when you return to the story you find you haven't missed anything. Nothing at all! It's like a bad soap opera. Sure, events happen in the story but the heroines response is always the same 'there's nothing I can do about it so I'm not going to try' or 'the police wont do anything so I'm not even going to tell them.' Ugggg...this book is just unbearable. The heroine "Letty" is as boring and uninspired as her name implies. Following her in her constant state of denial--and refusal to be proactive in any part of her life is just depressing. I kept hoping she would take some real action, do anything but play the role of victim but she doesn't. I kept wanting to say, "do something Letty--anything at all, just take charge and do something" but no, we are just left to wait until something more happens to poor perpetual victim Letty. Thankfully the book was free, unfortunately the last couple hours spent trying to get through this book are hours out of my life I'm never getting back.
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HASH(0x92f5ec00) étoiles sur 5 Good book 22 janvier 2013
Par Judy Nickolaus - Publié sur
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The book kept me interested to the end. I liked that it wasn't full of sex or filthy language. The characters were filled out just enough
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HASH(0x92f5ebdc) étoiles sur 5 Highly Recommend This Book! 30 novembre 2011
Par Emily Denson - Publié sur
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I absolutely loved this book. I am a very slow reader, and it usually takes me weeks to finish a book. This one took me 3 days. I could not put it down. I loved the characters, the plot, the suspense, and the writing style, especially the humor. It had me laughing out loud at times, which really isn't what you expect from a mystery, but it worked well. Loved it! Looking forward to more books in this series!
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