I skimmed this book, Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline, very quickly because I realized in the first 100 pages or so that I'd read it before three years ago. Not sure whether my forgetting says more about the book or my memory. I'm always glad to read a depiction of a psychologist or psychiatrist that doesn't make me wince because it will drive readers away from seeking help. It was quite suspenseful even on 2nd 'reading' (at least for me!), and it's good to have an action/suspense book written by a woman. I do like the Rosato & Associates and Rosato & DiNunzio series better.