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Pain explained Pain, review Pain, trailer Pain, box office Pain, analysis Pain, Pain 88e5 A Killer Intoxicated By Pain Should Alex Madison Stop Her Or Save Her Across London, Hospital Patients Are Dying In Shockingly Unnatural Circumstances A Sadistic Young Woman Is Targeting Them As They Lie Helpless In Their Beds, Eking Out Every Last Sensation Of Pain As Their Lives Ebb To An Excruciating CloseThe Killer Is A Sadist, But Careful Too, So The Police Bring In Forensic Psychologist Dr Alex Madison To Track Down What Is Clearly An Extraordinary And Damaged Mind For Alex, The Case Has A Personal Resonance He Can T Reveal He Knows Pain And Addiction All Too Well, And Must Fight To Control His Own Downward Spiral Long Enough To Stop The Killer S Campaign Of CrueltyAs Alex Closes In On The Killer, It Becomes Clear That There Are Darker Forces At Work, And A Connection To His Previous Case Ignites His Worst Fears When He Uncovers The Shocking Truth Behind The Killer S Motivations, Alex Must Decide Should He Pursue The Police S Version Of Justice Or Hunt Down The Sinister Organisation That Has Warped Another Soul

  • Kindle Edition
  • Pain
  • Adam Southward
  • 01 September 2019

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15 thoughts on “Pain

  1. says:

    This was the second in the Alex Madison series, a benzo addicted psychologist in the midst of a divorce, who side jobs for the London police to help them develop profiles of offenders I wasn t aware this was a series, and not having read the first book did not detract from enjoying this book Pain as an addiction That s the premise behind the illegal experimentation premise of this novel A sick serial killer is on the prowl and seems to be literally obtaining physical pleasure from the pain of others, and later herself There were quite a few cringey gory moments in this book, riding the edge of gratuitously torturous, but adding to the overall tone of, honestly, yuck of the novel A yuck gamble that paid off though, as this book was a wild ride of WTF right until the end Great read.

  2. says:

    Alex Madison, a forensic psychotherapist, has a new case along with Detective Laurie It seems as if there may be serial killings within especially the hospitals London.Brutal, painful murders continue to show up Mia is hungry for the pain these persons can give her You see, Mia does not feel pain She knows this makes her an outcast, yet her addiction to inflicting pain on those already in pain drives hard within her Will Mia be rescued from herself And will Dr Madison be able to unearth Mia s cause for obsession A wonderful story that I thoroughly enjoyed The characters had real substance The story, itself, can be a bit intense, but the scenes were depicted exceptionally well.Now I need to read 1 of this series Great read Many Thanks to Amaon Publishing, UK , Thomas Mercer and NetGalley for a super read.

  3. says:

    A killer who not only doesn t feel any pain,but feeds off others pain is a new idea.Drug experimenting on innocent people is not.Especially not to Dr Alex Madison.I enjoyed this far than the first book,Alex is deeply flawed ,with a drug addiction going back years.He also has an interesting future ahead of him I think going by hints dropped in this book.The whole medical cover up and miracle drugs is always an interesting read.Good pacing,decent characters,good banter,nice finale but with questions still to answer.This one ticks a lot of boxes.

  4. says:

    I loved this book the way the author made me actually feel sorry for both victims and perpetrator, seeing it from both sides The very idea of being his victim was a frightening thought though Great book, read it in 2 days x

  5. says:

    A killer who does not feel pain but enjoys inflicting it makes for quite a sadistic read but a highly addictive one that leaves you racing to the end of the book

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