➵ The Naked Face Read ➼ Author Sidney Sheldon – Varanus.us

The Naked FaceJudd Stevens Is A Psychoanalyst Faced With The Most Critical Case Of His Life.If He Does Not Penetrate The Mind Of A Murderer He Will Find Himself Arrested For Murder Or Murdered HimselfTwo People Closely Involved With Dr Stevens Have Already Been Killed Is One Of The Doctor S Patients Responsible Someone Overwhelmed By His Problems A Neurotic Driven By Compulsion A Madman Before The Murderer Strikes Again, Judd Must Strip Away The Mask Of Innocence The Criminal Wears, Uncover The Inner Emotions, Fears, And Desires, To Expose

➵ The Naked Face Read ➼ Author Sidney Sheldon – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Naked Face
  • Sidney Sheldon
  • English
  • 14 April 2019
  • 9780446341912

    10 thoughts on “➵ The Naked Face Read ➼ Author Sidney Sheldon – Varanus.us

  1. says:

    The Naked Face, Sidney SheldonThe Naked Face is the first novel 1970 written by Sidney Sheldon It was nominated by the Mystery Writers of America for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Novel by an American Author Dr Judd Stevens, M.D., is a caring and successful Manhattan psychoanalyst who must face a horrific prospect someone is trying to kill him First, John Hanson, a patient trying to overcome his homosexuality, is murdered Not long after, Carol Roberts, Stevens secretary, is also found tortured t...

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    I was in a charity shop one day and I noticed a couple of books by this Sidney Sheldon guy which all had the most hideous covers I didn t know at the time that Sidney Sheldon was the 7th bestselling writer of all time I bought three of his books, which coincidentally were his first three, all for the reasonable price of 50c, or, about 16c each The Naked Face was Sheldon s first novel and it is awful I mean, it is spectacularly terrible The book is about a psychoanalyst named Judd who, after the murder of one of his patients and his receptionist, is next on the hit list of some crazed murderer The first two victims of this killer are a gay guy and a black woman, I think that explains the territory we are in here with Sheldon s fantasy In fact, I will happily call this entire novel racist and astoundingly homophobic, but that doesn t even begin to describe this mess of a novel.So, I guess you re wondering why this is a two star review then Why am I not absolutely tearing into this obviously horrendous novel Well, it s because I had so much fun with this bad book The Naked Face seeps so far down into the chasm of abhorrence that you just cannot look away It s like the movies they watch on Mystery Science Theatre 3000, they re so bad that they re good.I found myself guffawing at the sheer ridiculousness of the plot and even...

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    I remember being anxious almost the entire time I was reading this book I just can t remember the plot Part of me wants to reread this book, but the other part doesn t want to go back to that dark place I wonder if this story has stood the test of time Might be quite tame i...

  4. says:

    I love crime novels That suspense, the mystery, waiting to know who the killer is the emotion, they all make me feel like I m part of the book This book made me think about Agatha Christie s books I miss her crime novels I think I need to read books like this one.

  5. says:

    When I was in high school I was surrounded by readers and they enjoyed reading Sidney Sheldon s books Seriously, every recess or break time one of those Sidney Sheldon readers will sit beside you or in the corner and shouting and screaming So I always curious of his works, and I tried one of his novel and it was good Well, I was still young that time but I never been hooked reading Sheldon books.If I have time, I go to bookstores or online bookstores to buy some Sidney Sheldon s books But I don t know the reason behind that Maybe that time only Sheldon and Steel were the one who only grabbed my affection to read and buy books So I stored them in my bookshelf and from then on, I never tried to open one until I realized my books were getting old and yellowed because of dust and unknown organism living in my room.Sidney Sheldon s first novel was Naked Face published in 1970 and it was nominated by the Mystery Writers of America for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Novel by an American Author Well, a...

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    Dr Judd Stevens, M.D., is a minding and effective Manhattan psychoanalyst who must face a terrible prospect somebody is attempting to execute him Initially, John Hanson, a patient attempting to beat his homosexuality, is killed Not long after, Carol Roberts, Stevens secretary, is additionally discovered tormented to death Two cops, Andrew McGreavy and Frank Angeli, rush to regard Stevens as the prime suspect, halfway because of McGreavy s resentment regarding Stevens declaration in a past case Stevens is later keep running around an auto, and taking after his recuperation, two men in dim attempt to execute him in his office To demonstrate his honesty and find the genuine executioner, Stevens enlists a private examiner by the n...

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    Wow Is all I could say when I read the first chapter of The Naked Face This book captures your attention in the first chapter I picked the book up at the library mainly to get a feel for the author Sidney Sheldon I own a few of his books and wasn t sure about reading them After reading The Naked Face I know that I will be reading his other books too.The Naked Face starts out with a man happy because he is going to be going home to his wife and letting her know that what happened in the past is over with You wonder what he is happy about and what was it was from his past when he is stabbed in the streets You are left thinking did his past already catch up to him You are thrown into a story of suspense and mystery that revolves around Dr Judd Stevens.Dr Stevens is a psychoanalyst He analyzes people and their behaviors, life style and has them discover who they really are He doesn t tell them that they are insane or paranoiac He tries to help them to discover what is really inside them His patients range from a house wife to a prominen...

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    After reading some of the famous awe inspiring novels by great authors, I finally read something breath taking This is a mystery novel about a famous psycho analyst, Dr Stevens He was haplessly suspected of murdering his receptionist Carol Roberts and his patient, John Hanson The only way to find out that he is innocent is that he has to gather evidences and by all means, he must find a person who trust him At the middle of the story he hired a private investigator, Mr Norman Mo...

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    His singularly stand alone novel that had some resemblance of being a proper book Afterward he found his grove, rather his formula and pretty much stick to it till the end Though I guess his books are endless quick fun reads But very by the numbers.

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    Hmmm The first full length modern novel I ever read was a David Baldacci thing about some camel club And I hated it So I moved to John Grisham and his legal dramas got tired In high school, I was introduced to Sidney Sheldon and a favourite was born.After rereading The Naked Face, I have to say this isn t Sidney at his best In my opinion, his worst novel was A Stranger In The Mirror followed closely by Doomsday Conspiracy Naked Face feels like amateur hour for Sidney s quality That s not to say I didn t love the book He has a way of writing stories within stories and somehow not losing you Here we have a psycho analyst called Judd caught in strange events A patient of his is murdered and his receptionist quickly follows Two cops, Angeli and McGreavy, are investigating him the events trying to figure out what the fuck is going on.T...

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