“The pleasure of satisfying a savage instinct
is incomparably more intense than satisfying a civilized one.”
– Sigmund Freud
An excerpt from the official website of the book.
The Interpretation of Murder leads readers from the salons of Gramercy Park, through secret passages, to Chinatown—even far below the currents of the East River where laborers are building the mammoth towers of the Manhattan Bridge. Even as Freud fends off a mysterious consipiracy to destroy him, it is Younger who is drawn into an equally thrilling adventure that takes him deep into intricacies, masks and subterfuges of the human mind.