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The main characters of Cat & Mouse novel are Alex Cross, Gary Soneji. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.

One of the Best Works of James Patterson. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 480 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.

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Author: James Patterson
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: Cat & Mouse
Number Of Pages: 480 pages
First Published in: November 5th 1997
Latest Edition: November 1st 1998
Series: Alex Cross #4
Language: English
Generes: Mystery, Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Crime, Thriller, Mystery Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Detective, Mystery, Murder Mystery, Adult, Audiobook,
Main Characters: Alex Cross, Gary Soneji, Kyle Craig, John Sampson, Thomas Pierce
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‘Dr. Elizabeth Cassady.  I’m a psychotherapist,’ she replied evenly.

‘Dr. Cassady, how do you know Colonel Shafer?’

‘He’s a patient of mine and has been for over a year.  He sees me at my office at 1208 Woodley Avenue once or twice a week.  We increased the sessions recently since Mr. Shafer’s attempted suicide.’

Halpern nodded.  ‘What time are the sessions?’

‘Usually early evenings.  They can vary according to Mr. Shafer’s work schedule.’

‘Dr. Cassady, I direct your attention to the evening of the murder of Detective Hampton.  Did Geoffrey Shafer have a therapy session with you that night?’

‘Yes, he did.  At nine p.m., nine until ten.  I think he may have arrived a little earlier that night.  But the session was scheduled for nine.’

‘Could he have arrived as early as eight thirty?’

‘No.  That isn’t possible.  We were talking to each other on cell phones from the time he left his house in Kalorama until he arrived at my building.  He was feeling a great deal of guilt about his latest dark mood coming too close to his daughters’ birthday party.’

‘I see.  Was there any break in your conversation with Colonel Shafer?’

‘Yes.  But it was a very short one.’

Halpern kept the pace brisk.  ‘How much time passed between the time the two of you stopped talking on the cell phone and his arrival at your office?’

‘Two or three minutes, five at the most.  While he parked and came upstairs.  No more than that.’

‘When he arrived at your office, did Geoffrey Shafer seem unsettled in any way?’

‘No, not at all.  He appeared relatively cheerful, actually.  He had just hosted a successful birthday party for the twins.  He felt it had gone very well and he dotes on his children.’

‘Was he out of breath, tense, or perspiring?’  Halpern asked.

‘No.  As I said, he was calm and looked quite fine.  I remember it very clearly.  And after the intrusion by the police, I made careful notes to keep everything accurate and

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