The One We Love

The One We Love Donna White Glaser
  • Title: The One We Love
  • Author: Donna White Glaser
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  • The One We Love Donna White Glaser The One We Love Suspense Humor Romance and maybe a killer or two Following the sudden death of a co worker psychotherapist Letty Whittaker learns she has inherited her colleague s case load As professional executo
    Suspense, Humor, Romance and maybe a killer or two Following the sudden death of a co worker, psychotherapist Letty Whittaker learns she has inherited her colleague s case load As professional executor, Letty assumes responsibility for Regina s clients, including those from Devlin House, the local domestic abuse shelter where Regina had worked and died As LettSuspense, Humor, Romance and maybe a killer or two Following the sudden death of a co worker, psychotherapist Letty Whittaker learns she has inherited her colleague s case load As professional executor, Letty assumes responsibility for Regina s clients, including those from Devlin House, the local domestic abuse shelter where Regina had worked and died As Letty takes up her duties, she makes some disturbing discoveries a set of files that Regina had stolen from the shelter an AWOL resident, missing since the morning after Regina s death an ethics complaint Regina had made against an unnamed peer Are the files or the abused women they represented connected with Regina s death Is the missing client on the run from her abusive husband or somebody even scarier Who was Regina reporting to the state licensing board, and why And, importantly, just what kind of trouble has Letty really inherited Series Order Book 1 The Enemy We Know Newly recovering alcoholic and psychotherapist Letty Whittaker thinks the client whose campaign of harassment includes threatening to expose her deepest secret is her biggest problem When the client and Letty s own boyfriend are murdered and dropped at her feet like a cat s dead mole trophies, she realizes bad can always get worse Book 2 The One We Love After the mysterious death of a colleague, psychotherapist Letty Whittaker inherits her friends clients from the local domestic abuse shelter, and makes some disturbing discoveries stolen files, an AWOL resident, and an unexplained ethics complaint Book 3 The Secrets We Keep When psychotherapist and recovering alcoholic Letty Whittaker responds to a middle of the night crisis call, she knows helping Trinnie face her demons won t be easy However, instead of finding her friend dead drunk, Letty finds her just dead And Paul, another close friend, is the primary suspect Book 4 The Blood We Spill When her best friend disappears into the depths of a religious cult, Letty Whittaker is forced to cut ties with her safe life and plunge into a world of fanaticism, hypocrisy, and danger The Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery series edge of your seat suspense sprinkled with laugh out loud moments Fans of humorous mystery writers Janet Evanovich, Carl Hiaasen, and Harlan Coben have fallen in love with this wise cracking amateur sleuth Think love child of Stephanie Plum and Alex Delaware after a wild night of Twister and tequila shooters Book 1, The Enemy We Know, is available now as a free Kindle ebook Don t miss this funny mystery series The Enemy We Know is an intriguing, funny, and moving story peopled with characters you will remember long after the last page If Letty lived in my neighborhood I d buy her a virgin margarita and talk about all the people we know who are just as odd as we are Lois Greiman, award winning author of Unzipped
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    1. Donna White Glaser is the author of the Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery series Like her main character, Donna is a psychotherapist and lives northwestern Wisconsin As if that weren t enough, she and her husband own a residential construction company where it s Donna s job to deal with any overly emotional, what do you mean you can t put roof trusses up in a thunderstorm clients Strangely enough, she often comes up with ideas for creative murders and hiding bodies during business hours Currently she is at work on the fourth Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery THE BLOOD WE SPILL Donna would love to hear from you via her website at donnawhiteglaser or on Twitter readdonnaglaser.


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    1. I loved this book but I loved the first one as well It was a great read one of the only complaints I m gonna say is is that I got sucked in to much and couldn t put it down and I finished it way to quickly So now all I am asking is Donna when is the next one coming out

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    2. Free 10 30 15 murder mystery The One We Love

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    3. Former colleague Regina wishes Letty to take over her cases As Letty tries to search through the patient files of her former colleague, the story gets even intriguing As Letty tries to get information at the Devlin House on these clients, she is roadblocked, but why To me that s where the mystery starts to pull you in If you liked book 1, you ll like this book.

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    4. Letty Whittaker, who is working to become an ex alcoholic, is attending Rebecca s funeral and feeling guilty Letty feels guilty a lot and her conscience drives her remorselessly into trouble This time it s about Rebecca Letty feels she should have liked her she saved her life Told that Rebecca has appointed her, a mere two weeks before, as executer of her will, leaving her responsible for cases at the psychotherapy clinic where they worked together and those at a refuge for battered women, guilt [...]

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    5. A mystery with a touch of humorThe book begins at the funeral of Regina Fleisher Regina, a social worker, was found dead at the bottom of narrow, steep stairs in the women s shelter where she volunteered She had a knitting needle stuck in her throat The death was ruled accidental.Letty Whittaker, a colleague of Regina s, is the narrator of this humorous mystery Designated professional executor in Regina s will, Letty is now responsible for Regina s caseload, both at the clinic where they both wo [...]

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    6. Letty Whittaker, a psychotherapist who s found a home in AA, inherits the caseload of a co worker who got violently dead, including clients at a local domestic violence shelter In closing out the co worker s work estate, she finds confidential client files in a place they shouldn t be, an AWOL shelter resident who disappeared shortly after the co worker s death, and an ethics complaint by the co worker.Letty must deal with professional jealousy, people with secrets, angry husbands, and scary tru [...]

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    7. another fast paced, well thought out mystery from Donna White Glaser my only complaint is that I read it too quickly and have to wait for the next one

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    8. This was an enjoyable mystery with a dash of humor set in The pacing is good, and the plot is very intriguing Letty is a likable character, and easy to relate to, which really draws readers in I really liked the plot here, as she is dropped into the middle of a mystery after the death of a colleague It has a bit of slow start, but then it really picked up quickly as I became wrapped up in the plot Solid mystery and a good read.

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    9. Another winnerRealistic characters in insane situations, with plot twists I couldn t predict The story absolutely races along I did have some questions, like isn t Letty going to have problems missing so many days of work And the situation with Marshall seemed an unnecessary addition But all in all, a satisfying, amusing read.

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    10. I never knew how much I would enjoy this mystery It had intrigue and excitement Letty Whitaker was made executor of her AA sponsor s estate This caused her to investigate murders, abuse, and stay sober at the same time Such an enjoyable read.

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    11. Sleuth rather slow catching something I thought was obvious but otherwise good Solid 3

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    12. Grabs attention from the start Fun and easy read

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    13. Book 2 in the series about newly sober therapist Letty Whittaker I enjoyed this immensely Not in an all consuming way, but in a guilty pleasure way, sort of like when I watch General Hospital or eat a Krispy Kreme.In The One We Love, Letty s fellow therapist Regina is found dead at the battered women s shelter at which she volunteers Regina s will puts Letty in charge of wrapping up her paperwork, including files from the shelter The women running the shelter are oddly resistant to Letty s prese [...]

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    14. I received an advanced copy of this book through.The book is a whodunit told from the perspective of Letty, a therapist Much of the book is taken up with Letty s inner monologues, which provide most of the book s humour The question becomes is Letty a character the reader will care about Or want to follow The book suffers from one central problem we are never sure what Letty s motives are She s behaving in clearly irresponsible ways because of some wild hunches When exactly does Letty become cer [...]

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    15. The One We Love is a good mix of mystery and humor The characters are flawed, which makes them seem real Letty s struggles with AA and keeping between the lines provide much of the humor in the serious situations she encounters murder, abuse I very much enjoyed Letty as a narrator The secondary characters also grew on me, and I d like to know about them I have not read the first book in the series, but there were enough references to the prior story to explain actions in this story without dou [...]

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    16. I enjoyed this one than the first, I think But I still don t really like Letty She, for some reason, makes me think of a diminutive older lady So that s the picture I have in my head when I think about her But when she talks about guys ogling her all the time it just doesn t fit how I picture her She s a horribly unethical therapist and I have a hard time with someone simultaneously getting self righteous about someone using info about her that they got in therapy sessions and then her doing al [...]

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    17. After reading the first book, I felt I should read this one too I was not disappointed.This is a mixture of Female Amateur Sleuth and Healthcare Industry.Letty has been undergoing counseling with a colleague mentor After her colleague passes away, Letty is surprised to learn that she has inherited her caseload Her boss wants her to determine who or what to let go As Letty looks into things, she discovers some things she never knew about her mentor and wishes she had.I really enjoyed this story a [...]

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    18. I enjoyed the light tone and clever dialogue and narration of this mystery The plot is well crafted, the characters are fairly well drawn, and the book is adequately revised for clarity and edited for accuracy Just a side note it was odd and a little irritating that almost all the female character had odd names Clotilde, Astrid, Karissa, Regina rhymes with Vagina , Cherly, Letty, Bettina, and Lachlyn to name a few.

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    19. I give this one a 4.5 stars.I found some of this book confusing as it s been a long while since I read the first book as an ARC copy It felt like there was another book written before this one and after the first book and therefore I was missing some information.Either way I was stumped until the end with all all the cloak and dagger mystery I ve already started on the third in the series.

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    20. I am really enjoying this series, although a little disturbing at times Letty is giving it her all to try and keep her life together, but she is a disaster magnet, and then not one to sit around and let it all sort itself out, she goes full throttle to solve all the issues Again, a little disappointed in her love life or lack thereof but as a recovering alcoholic she isn t supposed to have a love life yet sigh I just know it will all work itself out, eventually, maybe.

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    21. The One We Love Doesn t Fit TitleI would have understood The One We Love a lot better if I had first read the previous in the apparent series I really dislike series I think if you want to read this one, go back and first read the previous outs one Maybe then you will be as to give it four stars.

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    22. It is an entertaining read however the main character of Letty does not feel thought through The premise of a psychologist taking over the patients of another one who dies under suspicious circumstances is intriguing The fight for funds, the burn out of people with good intentions also has a real feel to it.

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    23. The One We LoveA well written murder mystery Psychotherapist, Letty Whittaker s colleague dies, and as professional executor, Letty assumes responsibility for Regina s clients A suspension that Regina may have been murdered leads to an interesting story with lots of red herrings.

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    24. THIS BOOK WAS SET IN THE USA Midwest BUT IT SEEMED LIKE THE AUTHOR WRITING IT WAS FROM ENGLAND THE NAMES OF THE CHARACTERS AND SOME OF THE TERMINOLOGY SEEMED BRITISH FOR SOME REASON THE MAIN CHARACTER, LETTY IS A MS MARPLE TYPE ONLY A YOUNGER VERSION THIS SORT OF JUST DIDN T FEEL RIGHT WHILE I READ IT AND IT WAS WAY TOO LONG.

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    25. Would have given it 4 stars.I enjoyed this book and generally liked the author s style Would ve enjoyed it if she could have given the heroine the same spunky personality without the slightly raunchy language I love whodunit s written with clean language, but like I said it s a 4 star book if you don t mind a little vulgar language.

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    26. Still a fair mysteryLetty continues to delight and confuse us in this second novel She does tend to play Nancy Drew to the extreme Still entertaining through I was still guessing until the end Not quite as good as the first book but still a decent read.

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    27. Good readingThis book was a bit long but still very good A few times it seemed Togo off in a different direction, but the author did bring it back The ending did surprise me The murder was not even close to who I thought.

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    28. Good readI enjoyed this book although there were moments when I felt the story kind of plodded along Guess I m a little used to fast paced suspense than strung out procedure I did enjoy those many humorous moments too

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    29. A well written murder mystery Psychotherapist, Letty Whittaker s colleague died, and as professional executor, Letty assumes responsibility for Regina s clients A suspecision that Regina may have been murdered leads to an interesting story with lots of red herrings.

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    30. Never saw it coming Excellent mystery I had guessed wrong and that was wonderful The antagonist the author picked was better than the person I had decided was the guilty party I guess just because you don t like a character doesn t make them evil.

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