Keith Ablow Books In Order – The Complete List

Reading the Keith Ablow books in order takes us to the chilling worlds of psychopaths who need to be caught by forensic psychiatrist Frank Clevenger. The author also has other non-fiction books focused on medical and socio-political topics which are also listed below.

Frank Clevenger Books in Publication Order

  1. Denial, 1997
  2. Projection, 1999
  3. Compulsion, 2002
  4. Psychopath, 2003
  5. Murder Suicide, 2004
  6. The Architect, 2004

Other Keith Ablow Books (Non-Fiction) in Order of Publication

Keith Ablow Biography – About the Author

Keith Ablow author

New York Times bestselling author Keith Russell Ablow is best known for his Frank Clevenger psychological thriller series. He was born in 1961 in Marblehead, Massachusetts in a Jewish family. He attended Marblehead High School from where he graduated in 1979.

Next, he attended Brown University from where he graduated magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in neurosciences in 1983. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1987. After that, he completed his psychiatry residency at the Tufts-New England Medical Center.

In 1993, he was Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in psychiatry, and in forensic psychiatry in 1999.

In 2011 he resigned from the American Psychiatric Association to protest the APA’s tacit support of transgender surgeries.

Keith Ablow is also one of America’s leading psychiatrists who translates his enormous experience to paper in his six psychological thrillers involving Frank, a forensic psychiatrist in Massachusetts.

As a doctor of psychiatry, he has published several prestigious non-fiction books on the topics of developing self-esteem, overcoming depression, anxiety, and various other mental issues. He has a private practice in Newburyport and is a TV personality, appearing often on Fox News. For anyone interested, dr. Key Ablow strongly supported the Trump presidency and hated Obama and Hilary Clinton.

In 2019, his medical license was suspended by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine, as they decided that he posed an “immediate and serious threat to the public health, safety and welfare”, alleging that he had engaged in sexual and unethical misconduct towards patients.

Compulsion Keith Ablow

He has either started or backed several medical-related companies, including Neuragain, Seat Pets, Causemo, and Cat Lick Stick, among others. He also opened Hiatus 1, “the world’s smallest retreat center,” in Newburyport, located behind his office. The center provides one on one therapy for clients.

Over the years, Keith Ablow has written as a freelancer and reporter for newspapers like the New York Times, Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Newsweek, the Baltimore Sun, the Blaze, the Boston Herald and

One interesting (and sad) note regarding his website. In the Books section, he has listed only his non-fiction work. Nowhere on the site are his fiction books to be found, which I find a pity.

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