Winner of the 2015 Gold eLit Book Award for best mystery/thriller.
"A strong, savvy dissection of how two people's lives are intertwined by violence, psychology and grief." - Kirkus Reviews
Only a volcano can cure some things.
Dr. Caprice Wilson, police psychologist, has spent her life unraveling the mysteries of the human mind - only to find herself in a deep crisis. Caprice prescribes herself a walkabout and goes hiking in Maui - but the solitary retreat she has in mind does not go as planned. Caprice faces an enemy she never knew she had and wrestles with questions of hope, identity, loss, and the nature of psychopathy in a cat-and-mouse game with survival at stake.
"Toby Neal weaves a spell-binding suspense that pulls you in with breathtaking scenery, flawed characters, and brilliantly twisted psychology." - Gae-Lynn Woods, author of the Cass Elliott crime series
What members say
Unexpected events as the story unfolds
Would you consider the audio edition of Unsound to be better than the print version?
The narrator does a fantastic job with all the voices, keeping the story moving and interesting. She is really great at distinguishing tones as the characters live through difficult times.
What did you like best about this story?
The story is well told, and there are some twists and turns that were surprising. I liked the unpredictability of the story line.
Which scene was your favorite?
The best part was the description of the challenges near the end of the book.
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- H. Jamieson
I love Toby Neal....
So I'm pretending this wasn't a Toby Neal book. Feel cheated. Hated the protagonist, hated the villain. Ugh.awful story.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful