Sunday, April 28, 2019

BW18: Whodunit Bookology - Peter Zak

Our Whodunit Bookology Detective for May is Peter Zak, the brainchild of author Hallie Ephron and Dr. Donald Davidoff. The character is the director of the Pierce Psychiatric Hospital in the five book medical/psychological series and is based loosely on Dr. Davidoff.

There are a number of ways to complete the bookology challenge, including but not limited, to the suggestions below:

Read the first book in the series.
Read one book per letter in the character's first or last name.
Read one book per letter in the author's first or last name.
If you're feeling really ambitious, one book per letter in the character's first and last name.
Follow in a character's footsteps and read a book set in the country or time period of the character.
Follow in the author's footsteps and read a book set in their place or time of birth.

Follow myriad rabbit trails with Nine Great Medical Thrillers chosen by a physician, Best New Medical Thrillers To Keep You Up All Night, Best 'real' psychological fiction, best fiction for neuroscientists or Fictional Psychologists/Therapists.

Happy Reading!


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  1. Completed “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline. Very entertaining and enjoyable account of a video game playing hero living in a grim future.

    Also reread “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, reading aloud with my son who was home from University. Impressed all over again at how JK Rowling addresses universal themes of power, corruption and courage.

    1. Loved Ready Player One and resonated with me since I enjoyed playing all the video games mentioned. We had such a great arcade near our house. Miss the vibe and the fun. The movie is equally good and my son loved it, learning about 80's culture and video games.

  2. Loved reading the first of Hercule Poirot books - The Mysterious Affair at Styles- by Agatha Christie.

  3. Read Addiction by G. H.Ephron, my first book by the author (s)

    1. I have Amnesia in my stacks to read soon. Enjoy!


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