Death in the Garden of Desire
About the Book
1900—the Gilded Age! Stanford White, the world’s most renowned architect, creator of Madison Square Garden, falls in love with the exotic Gibson Girl, Evelyn Nesbit. They become dangerously involved with a demented millionaire, Harry Thaw. Amid a crowd of merrymaking theater goers, atop the splendid Madison Square Garden, another drama, a tragedy, explodes into the first and most gripping crime of the century.
About the Author
Richard Geha is a psychologist and a psychoanalyst in private practice. He obtained his Ph.D. from Glasgow University in Scotland and his psychoanalytic training from the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research in New York City. He has published several articles in professional journals as well as published works of fiction, two collections short stories: Primal Scenes: Stories of Radical Witness and As Marilyn Lay Dying: Stories of the Primal Scene. A play of his was also produced in Manhattan.