I agree w/ the pics on website. It's very cool and they should definitely continue putting more up. Would love to see the stuff myself but since I can't afford it at the minute, looking on the website works well :)
And yeah it is better having a warning and knowing why he decided to make them so small :)
I just hope there is yet another one coming out really soon so we don't have to wait too long for more with the characters we love
I received this from the Stephen White mailing list:
Early next year, the twelfth book in the Alan Gregory series,
BLINDED, will be released. With each new book Jane and I try to add
some pictures to the Photo Gallery on the website showing important
places featured in the story. BLINDED presents some challenges
because it features locations not only in Colorado but also some places
outside of Colorado that I’ve either never visited, or haven’t visited in a
long time. That means, I don’t have photographs of some locations that
are important to the story.
So, we’d love some help. We’d love to receive original, digital
photographs of any of the following locations for use on
1. Crescent Bay, Laguna Beach, California.
2. The Ochlockonee River, where it passes below a highway bridge on Georgia 3 just
northwest of Thomasville on the way to Albany, Georgia.
3. The Phinizy Swamp Nature Park, Georgia. Emphasis on the swamp.
4. The Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana. Exterior
is great, but a good shot of the pipe organ will be considered, too.
If we choose to post your picture in the Photo Gallery, you will receive, as our thank
you, a signed first edition of BLINDED when it’s released early next year. This isn’t a
contest, it’s a plea for help. We’ll only choose one photo for each location and our
choice will be subjective – we’ll pick what we like, not necessarily what might be the
best photo. So, please, take your pictures and email them to Jane at
firstname.lastname@example.org. And thanks for your help.
Is it a coincidence that Missing Persons is the tricky thirteenth novel in Stephen White's riveting Alan Gregory series? After all, the thriller finds the psychotherapist embroiled in his most harrowing, complicated situation yet. First, he discovers the murdered corpse of his friend and colleague, Hannah Grant, at the office. Soon thereafter, a local young girl disappears from her home on Christmas night in his home city of Boulder, Colorado; the missing child was a former patient of Hannah's, while her parents once saw Alan for marriage counseling. To connect the dots, Alan realizes he must rely upon the insights of Bob Brandt, one his most troubled, volatile patients. With eerie echoes of the JonBenet Ramsey case and dangerous, emotional new territory for Dr. Gregory, Missing Persons ups the ante on all fronts.
I finally got Blinded, plan on reading it this week. I can't wait too start it. After trying several other authors, there is no one as good as Stephen White.
Chre, how did you like Blinded? I am in the middle of it now and I gotta say, it really is incredible how consistent Stephen White is. I am loving this book so far (it has been way too long since I have read one of his books)
I think what I love most about this one is how much more we are learning about Sam. It is interesting to finally get in his head
Aleja once again I was not disappointed, I really enjoyed it.
It was definately different seeing the different sides of Sam. As always the plot was good and like you mentioned with all his books I've read, we continue to learn stuff about the characters.
Okay finished it a couple days ago, love it (though I did guess whodunit). Can't wait to get missing persons.
In the meantime I am re-reading the old ones for the heck of it. I am only on the first but I can't believe all the little things I forgot