The Interpretation of Murder by Jed Rubenstein

February 2009

I read this for a book group, and since I was rushing to meet the deadline (and, to be honest, kind of losing interest), I kind of just skimmed about a third of the book. I like the idea of putting figures like Freud and Jung at the center of a historical murder mystery, but the book pretty much confirmed that I’m just not that into murder mysteries. For a much more intriguing fiction book about an actual psychologist (namely, Jung), I’d recommend Pilgrim by Timothy Findley.

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