FEAR LAND

FEAR LAND Tally Rosella an acclaimed psychiatrist who helps children fraught with anxiety avoids adults because their brains rant at her But the chance to start a second child study and connect her findings t

  • Title: FEAR LAND
  • Author: Rolynn Anderson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tally Rosella, an acclaimed psychiatrist who helps children fraught with anxiety, avoids adults because their brains rant at her But the chance to start a second child study and connect her findings to PTSD, sets her squarely among devious colleagues at a big California university.Army Major Cole Messer, Tally s new neighbor, won t admit that trauma from combat tours in ATally Rosella, an acclaimed psychiatrist who helps children fraught with anxiety, avoids adults because their brains rant at her But the chance to start a second child study and connect her findings to PTSD, sets her squarely among devious colleagues at a big California university.Army Major Cole Messer, Tally s new neighbor, won t admit that trauma from combat tours in Afghanistan, destroyed his marriage and hampered his ability to lead As a teacher of college ROTC and single parent, he s focused on enrolling his highly anxious son in Tally s study and getting back to active duty.Someone is dead set against Tally s presence at the university, and blowback from her battles with co workers put Cole and his son in jeopardy Watch what happens when people struggling with shades of anxiety collide with corrupt, revengeful foes.

    One thought on “FEAR LAND”

    1. Rolynn Anderson does not disappoint. You can expect a lot of tension, engaging but imperfect characters, and great suspense. I was fascinated by the psychology of PTS and high-anxiety. The reader can tell Ms Anderson did a lot of research.

    2. Fear Land by Rolynn Anderson is a slow burn. It builds with steady intrigue and the layers build just as quickly as they’re peeled away. Protagonist Tally works with troubled children, but she has a reason for that. She can’t hear the psychic messages that most people send from either children or old people. She faces new beginnings in work and living arrangements, only to find both new clients and new threats. Toss in a spark of romance and this book will keep you turning pages!

    3. 'Fear Land' grabbed my attention from the start and I HAD to keep reading. "Look the person in the eyes" wasn't what Tally Rosella, a child psychiatrist who had just moved to southern California, could do. She reads minds and didn't want anyone to know. She had come to work on a book and collaborate with other researchers at the university on children with anxiety and PTSD. Add an army major,single father who is suffering from PTSD trying to find help for his anxious son; Owen Harper, a colleagu [...]

    4. “Fear Land” is a little hard to follow in the beginning, simply because the reader must digest all of the facts and get a sense of just where this story is headed. Once that is established, it twists and turns and has the reader hanging on for the ride.Read full review in the 2015 November issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    5. For a star rating and full review please visit InD'tale magazine online, November 2015 issueindtale/reviews/suspen

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