Panic Attack (Daniel Rinaldi Thrillers) (Paperback)

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Panic Attack (Daniel Rinaldi Thrillers) (Paperback)

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A shooter takes deadly aim, and throws a city into panic

Psychologist Daniel Rinaldi is no stranger to trauma. A survivor of not one, but two attempts on his life by a deranged killer, the therapist also counsels trauma patients in his private practice, and contracts with the Pittsburgh Police to help victims of violent crime cope with their experience. When a sports mascot is gunned down mid-field by a sniper at a college football game he attends, Rinaldi becomes an accidental yet integral part of the investigation. To begin with, the victim in the costume is not the person who was supposed to be wearing it.

When the actual "Teasdale Tiger" hears the news, he suffers a crippling panic attack and calls on Rinaldi to talk him through it. From there, Rinaldi seems to be in all the wrong places at all the wrong times, as the sniper continues his killing spree. Meeting with resistance from members of the Pittsburgh Police force and taking dangerous risks in pursuit of the killer, Rinaldi puts his career and his life in harm's way as he races to find a connection between the victims before the shooter strikes again.

Formerly a Hollywood screenwriter, Dennis Palumbo is now a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. He's the author of a mystery collection, From Crime to Crime, and his short fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, The Strand, and elsewhere. His Daniel Rinaldi series includes Mirror Image, Fever Dream, Night Terrors, Phantom Limb, and the next Rinaldi thriller, Head Wounds, was published in February 2018.
Product Details ISBN: 9781464213458
ISBN-10: 1464213453
Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Publication Date: September 21st, 2021
Pages: 384
Language: English
Series: Daniel Rinaldi Thrillers

"Gin-clear, low-key writing does its job, and the revelations, when they come, are distressing, especially those about the extracurricular activities of Secret Service guys." - Booklist



"A high-casualty quest to identify a killer." - Kirkus Reviews



"Smart detective work." - Publishers Weekly