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Stephen White (Author), Sandra Burr (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher). This is the 9th book in Stephen White's series with psychologist Alan Gregory and a cast of characters that we have come to know over the previous eight books.

Stephen White (Author), Sandra Burr (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher). Get this audiobook plus a second, free. The difference with this book is that it has little to do with Alan Gregory or any of the other characters. It was a risk in my opinion for the author to make his main star a minor character in someone else's story. And, the risk paid off.

Shelve Stephen White Alan Gregory Series: Books 9-10: The Program Warning Signs.

Sandra Burr (Reading). Stephen White is the author of the New York Times bestselling Alan Gregory novels. In his books, he draws upon over fifteen years of clinical practice as a psychologist to create intriguing plots and complex, believable characters. Dick Hill (Reading). Born on Long Island, White grew up in New York, New Jersey, and Southern California and attended the University of California campuses at Irvine (where he lasted three weeks as a creative writing major) and Los Angeles before graduating from Berkeley in 1972.

Written by Stephen White, Audiobook narrated by Sandra Burr. Narrated by: Sandra Burr. Series: Dr. Alan Gregory, Book 9. Length: 12 hrs and 8 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Suspense.

Bestselling novelist Stephen White, creator of the Alan Gregory series. There are 20 books in the Alan Gregory series. The Program begins with a condemned man's last words to New Orleans District Attorney Kirsten Lord

Bestselling novelist Stephen White, creator of the Alan Gregory series. Visit ww. uthorStephenWhite. com for more information. The Program begins with a condemned man's last words to New Orleans District Attorney Kirsten Lord. After her husband is gunned down in front of her, Lord has no choice but to flee the wrath of the murderer's vengeance.

Stephen White became famous for his Dr. Alan Gregory Series, which is composed of 20 books that are psychological thrillers. This first book in the Dr. Alan Gregory series tackles the issue about privileged information between doctor and patient

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Stephen White became famous for his Dr. These novels became best sellers and have been loved by many readers. The novels feature Dr. Alan Gregory, a psychologist, as the major character and in a few books, as a minor character. The setting is always in Boulder, Colorado, where the author has practiced and resided. Alan Gregory series tackles the issue about privileged information between doctor and patient. In this novel, Dr. Gregory’s patient, a woman, died of overdose, a suicide.

The program in Stephen White’s THE PROGRAM is the Witness Security Program (WITSEC), better known as the Witness Protection Program. WITSEC is protecting a different type of person in THE PROGRAM, though. Kirsten Lord was a prosecuting attorney who helped condemn a man to prison.

But, with The Program, White has challenged himself and honed his craft with remarkable assurance to create a rare breed .

But, with The Program, White has challenged himself and honed his craft with remarkable assurance to create a rare breed of thriller. A dazzling mix of first-person and omniscient voices rewards readers with an irresistible narrative momentum. But all readers will agree that The Program is a superior thriller; a novel firmly grounded in the realities of three-dimensional characters in crisis and driven with the narrative pace of a guilty pleasure.

Narrated by Sandra Burr. series Alan Gregory Audiobook. Books related to Program, The. Skip this list. Take a character as multi-dimensional as Tony Soprano.

Take a character as multi-dimensional as Tony Soprano. Pair him with a mother and daughter in peril and on the run. Add a clinical psychologist tasked with helping them negotiate their new lives - a program with an agenda all its own - and the result is a book that Stephen White's peers are already calling "one of the best thrillers you will ever read" (William Bernhardt) and "an exciting ride through a dark region of law enforcement." (Peter Abrahams). When New Orleans District Attorney Kirsten Lord and her nine-year-old daughter are imperiled by a chillingly believable death threat, Lord has no other choice but to accept the Witness Protection Program's offer to hide them in Boulder, Colorado. There, they meet program veteran Carl Luppo, a solitary mob hit man who is tormented by his former life and has nothing but time for regret. Sensing that Lord and her daughter's safety has been compromised, Luppo takes on the role of sentinel, fully realizing this might be his last shot at redemption. While Lord suspects that Luppo's warnings about the program's dark side are for her own protection and that she should believe the former assassin's instincts, the only person she can really trust is nine-years-old.
Vut
If you want to read a long book about a lady prosecutor who constantly imagines she is surrounded by whales and has an addiction to lollipops (both of these are brought up every couple of pages) then this book is for you.

A mobster she got convicted kills her husband and threatens to kill her and her daughter.

She tries to disappear in the WITSEC program, but doesn't follow any of the rules. She is chased down by a bunch of hit men and hit women who find her because of her own stupidity. By 2/3 of the book I was hoping someone would blow her away and end my misery! I can't say why I kept reading.
Ganthisc
This series was recommended by a friend who suggested I read in the order White wrote them. I have tried to do so and can see the evolution of the author's work. Always insightful and circumspect, the protagonist is a clinical psychologist who stumbles into criminal activity, mostly via his work with his patients, circumstances involving his past or his personal relationships. The stories result in the dramatic consequences and solutions of these crimes.
The Program introduces a slightly different format insofar as new characters carry a great deal of the book, and their stories as presented in the first person. Alan Gregory, the psychologist, is peripheral until the end of the book.
I enjoyed this break from format, although I note that the next book goes back to form, insofar as the new characters were believable and very interesting. Highly recommend.
Forcestalker
so begins the profile of this book on its jacket. And, throughout his newest novel, Stephen White capitalizes on this theme.
The 9th book in his series about Boulder psychologist Alan Gregory, leaves no room for doubt that White can be a masterful storyteller, even with Gregory playing a supporting role.
Many of the prior reviewers have captured the essence of the storyline, although I found it difficult to put down throughout the course of the novel. White experiments successfully with different narrarators throughout the book, adding to the experience of the novel, rather than detracting from it, in the hands of a less skilled writer. He also gets yet another opportunity to explore one of his quirky passions, the Witness Protection program, in depth. Past White novels have allowed us to learn and explore more about the sport of cycling, the Church of the Latter Day Saints, the condition of multiple sclerosis, etc., while the mystery plotline evolves around his willingness to share knowledge on a variety of topics. I think that is what makes him a favorite of many devoted readers, and reminds me of the early books of Jonathan Kellerman.
In particular, Lauren Crowder, wife of Gregory, remains a compelling yet flawed character, enhanced in this book even though she has only a minor role.
The real stars are Kirsten Lord, and Carl Luppo. Luppo is pretty well drawn, but the dialogue in therapy between Gregory and Lord is outstanding, and the time spent evolving the "whales" terminology that Lord uses is just as interesting as the revelation of her status as a totally dependent woman, a surprise to both her and to the reader.
Just an outstanding read, and a book to treasure. Can be enjoyed without reading the first 8 novels, but you must go back and explore them as well!
Tiainar
This story hooked me right in the beginning and didn't let go. I hated to see it end and yet I read it quickly to find out how it was going to end. The suspense was keeping me on the edge of my seat at all times. I loved this novel and thought it was one of the best written stories I have read.
I enjoyed the narration changing from Kirsten/Peyton to Alan to others in the woven story. It kept my interest as the main character, Kirsten/Peyton moved from the point of her husband's murder to Boulder, Co into the Witness Protection Program. There was always something happening to her and others----never boring. When Kristen/Peyton was the narrator, there was such a great sense of humor. I found myself laughing outloud at some of the writing. It was almost hard to believe that there could be so much humor in the story of a hit man and murder. The ending was quite intense----I'd love to read a sequel containing many of these characters.
I haven't read anything by this author in the past----but if this is any indication of his writing skills, I'll be reading him in the future.
Voodoolkree
This is the 9th book in Stephen White's series with psychologist Alan Gregory and a cast of characters that we have come to know over the previous eight books. The difference with this book is that it has little to do with Alan Gregory or any of the other characters. It was a risk in my opinion for the author to make his main star a minor character in someone else's story. And, the risk paid off.

I'll admit, I started reading this book because I was reading the series and thought it would be a good read since I already knew the characters. When I realized that the book was totally about someone else and their entrance into the Witness Protection Program and eventually their run from it, I decided I would not like the book. I kept reading anyway and soon I was caught up in the story just like all Stephen White's other books.

A different read, but a surprisingly good one.
Moogugore
White continues to disappoint. I liked his first book but every subsequent book has been wanting in one respect or another. Granted, his books grab you at the very outset and keep you reading, even though the plots are overly contrived. And White keeps inserting his pet social peeves throughout the books to the point where you wonder whether he is more interested in entertaining readers or indoctrinating them. So, by the end of his books, you're so tired of overlooking his failures and excesses that you feel let down. This is a typical Stephen White book: Starts off with a bang, then spirals into unrealism. It's like eating cotton candy. At some point you feel the need for real food. White has it in him to be a much better author. I hope he succeeds, but this offering comes up short.
The Program (Alan Gregory Series) ebook
Author:
Sandra Burr,Stephen White
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
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Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 29, 2010)
Rating:
4.4
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