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In Session, from international best seller M.­J. Rose, features the return of Dr. Morgan Snow, in a brand-­new story collection! As a therapist specializing in sexual issues, psychiatrist Dr. Morgan Snow isn't easily shocked or shaken, as readers and listeners of the popular "Butterfield Institute" novels know. There are times, however, when the need for her services leads her out of the office... and into unfamiliar worlds. In these stories, the therapist matches her wits - and her training - against three men of mystery: Jack Reacher, John Rain, and Cotton Malone. These characters are, of course, familiar to listeners as the creations, respectively, of New York Times best-­selling authors Lee Child, Barry Eisler, and Steve Berry. All three swore that their characters would never agree to therapy - unless Rose found a way to get them there. And she did. In "Extenuating Circumstances" with Steve Berry's Cotton Malone, a woman seeks help for her lover, and sends Dr. Snow overseas on . . .

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"Longing makes you weak. It's an emotion I've managed to avoid for the past eight years.­"

was a time when Marlowe Wyatt had abandoned herself to the unrestrained
pleasures of love; she'd been bold and unashamed, giving her heart and
body to her lover without inhibition or hesitation. Until she was
betrayed. It's ironic, then, that she now earns a living composing love
letters for clients incapable of communicating desire -- erotic
fantasies she skillfully creates with her head, but never her heart . . .
deliberately disconnected from her passionate core.

Her newest
client is about to challenge all that. From the moment of their first
encounter, Gideon Brown ignites in her an overpowering hunger like none
she's ever known, and a vulnerability she thought she'd vanquished. As
the powerful attraction that sizzles between them inspires Marlowe's
best work, sensations and desires she'd long held in check sweep her
toward the brink of surrender. Yet her own fear, . . .

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Dr. Morgan Snow is a well-­known sex therapist who is treating Cleo Thane, a beautiful business owner...­and prostitute. Cleo caters to the wealthy and powerful and after delivering a tell-­all manuscript to Dr. Snow, she disappears. A serial killer is murdering street hookers and using the book, Morgan desperately searches for clues to stop the killer before Cleo becomes his next victim.
### From Publishers Weekly
The mutilated body of a prostitute in a nun's habit, her pubic hair shaved into a cross, appears on page one of this suspense thriller, making it plain that Rose's latest (after *Sheet Music*) is not for the squeamish. The novel is the first in a new series featuring the Butterfield Institute, a Manhattan sex therapy clinic employing psychiatrist Dr. Morgan Snow. One of Morgan's patients, the clever and selective call girl Cleo Thane, has written a memoir full of thinly disguised portraits of her clients, powerful men with odd fantasies and fetishes. She leaves this . . .

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RetailFrom the internationally bestselling author, a lush and imaginative novel that crisscrosses time as passion and obsessions collide Florence, Italy—1533: An orphan named René le Florentin is plucked from poverty to become Catherine de Medici’s perfumer. Traveling with the young duchessina from Italy to France, René brings with him a cache of secret documents from the monastery where he was trained: recipes for exotic fra­grances and potent medicines—and a formula for an alchemic process said to have the poten­tial to reanimate the dead. In France, René becomes not only the greatest perfumer in the country, but also the most dangerous, creating deadly poisons for his Queen to use against her rivals. But while mixing herbs and essences under the light of flickering candles, René doesn’t begin to imag­ine the tragic and personal consequences for which his lethal potions will be responsible. Paris, France—The Present: A renowned mythologist, Jac L’Etoile—trying to recover from . . .

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