When Janet Harrison turns to Kate Fansler, her engaging Professor of Literature, for the recommendation of a psychoanalyst, no one could have imagined that it would result in her body being discovered on Emanuel Bauer's couch two months later.
Kate is determined that her old friend Emanuel can't possibly be the murderer, no matter that Janet was killed in his office using a knife from his kitchen. Unable to sit back, she starts exploring the people around the victim, employing a team of close companions to search out the truth that the police seem happy to ignore thanks to the obvious suspect right in front of them.
Could the killer be the advertiser who had his appointment before her? The tenured lecturer who attends the appointment afterwards? And what about the handsome doctor in the office across the hall?
A tense, taut mystery, In the Last Analysis will keep you enthralled and on the edge of your seat until the very last page.