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A Gripping New Thriller from New Street
Noted creativity coach, novelist, and writer on mental health Eric Maisel delivers a vivid psychological page-turner sure to keep readers guessing.
– Cynthia Sterling, international bestselling author
With MURDER IN BERLIN, noted psychotherapist Eric Maisel dishes up an impressive tale of suspense and intrigue.
For many years, Dr. Maisel - the author of over 40 books - has conducted highly-popular "Deep Writing" Workshops around the globe. These workshops explore the unique challenges that both published and unpublished writers face, and provide the opportunity to resolve longstanding issues around committing, planning and doing, generating mental energy, achieving a centered presence, mastering anxiety, and maintaining a writing life.
Practicing what he preaches, in MURDER IN BERLIN Dr. Maisel demonstrates intense, masterful prowess in rendering both the positive and negative machinations of the human mind and spirit.
Why would a Jew choose Berlin? And why was this Jew murdered there?
Thomas Hill is sent to investigate the murder of Michael Silverstein, a prosperous Jewish entrepreneur who against the odds has made a life for himself in modern-day Berlin.
Hill must make sense of a cast of characters that includes Turkish gangs, Arab artists, neo-Nazis, Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union, and the Christian family into which Silverstein married—characters that make modern-day Berlin one of the most interesting cities on earth … all the while dealing with his own shadowy past.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Eric Maisel, PhD, founded the profession of creativity coaching and writes in the areas of creativity, meaning, life purpose and mental health. He pens the "Rethinking Mental Health" blog for Psychology Today, a monthly print column for Professional Artist Magazine, and has been a guest on shows like The Forum, Thinking Allowed, New Dimensions, and hundreds more. Eric is the author of more than 40 books, including Coaching the Artist Within, Mastering Creative Anxiety, The Van Gogh Blues, Fearless Creating, Rethinking Depression, and The Future of Mental Health. He maintains a coaching practice in the San Francisco Bay Area via phone and Skype with clients around the world. Learn more at ericmaisel.com.
• Paperback: $19.95 392 pages
• ISBN-10: 0692623612
• ISBN-13: 978-0692623619
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