Dantes' Inferno.Sarah Lovett. 2001. Read by Joyce Bean. 7 tapes, 10 hrs. Brilliance. 1-58788-397-x. $78.25. Vinyl binder binder: see combine.
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This is Lovett's fourth novel starring forensic psychologist Dr. Sylvia Strange. When a fifth grader and his teacher are killed by a bomb while on a field trip to the Getty Museum, serial bomber bomber
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Psychological tests are written, visual, or verbal evaluations administered to assess the cognitive and emotional functioning of children and adults. to Dantes as experts attempt to create a profile of serial bombers. However, the bombings continue in L.A. even with Dantes in jail; and he continues to claim his innocence of the Getty Museum bombing. Authorities are convinced that Dantes knows the identity of the bomber still at large, and Sylvia is the only person with whom he will negotiate.
Bean's reading is excellent. She captures Sylvia's fear and frustration as she tries to get into the mind of Dantes to stop a catastrophe. It is a well-written and well-read tale that takes on even more frightening dimensions in light of recent terrorist attacks. For mature secondary students only. Carol Kellerman, Lib/Media Spec., Santa Fe Santa Fe, city, Argentina
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