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Frank Weber is a forensic psychologist who completes assessments in homicide and sexual assault cases. He is the recipient of the MCA President’s Award for his forensic work. His work has ranged from assessing murderers chained to a prison basement floor to providing therapy for wealthy professionals who’ve engaged in multiple affairs. In addition to writing murder mysteries, he has written seven treatment workbooks and published a training series for psychologists which has been accredited by the MN Board of Psychology. Weber has received the President’s Award from the Minnesota Correctional Association for his forensic work. He has used his unique understanding of how predators think, victim trauma, and actual court cases to create thrilling mysteries.
Recent & Notable Works
Black and Blue (BookBaby, 2022)
Burning Bridges (Moon Finder Press, 2021)
Lying Close (North Star Press, 2020)
Last Call (North Star Press, 2019)
The I-94 Murders (North Star Press, 2018)
Murder Book (North Star Press, 2017)