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The Mermaids Singing (Dr. Tony Hill and Carol Jordan Mysteries)
More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. More information about this seller Contact this seller Martin's Minotaur Martin's Minotaur, Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. The character of Tony Hill is portrayed by the actor Robson Green in the television series.
Tony Hill is depicted as a clinical psychologist, who works for the National Home Office. He also helps the Bradfield police frequently and specializes in a dealing with a variety of violent offenders. The profession as a psychologist has allowed Dr. Hill to come across a number of serial killers and dangerous criminals throughout his career. However, the career of Dr. Hill seems to be turbulent as he does not have good social skills and suffers from developmental coordination disorder. The reason for his low social skills is given by by the author as an emotional abuse during his childhood days.
Carol is a gutsy officer and is dedicated towards her duties just like Dr. Carol and Dr. Hill share a complicated relationship both personally and professionally. Hill often avoids indulging into a romantic relationship with Carol, but becomes extremely devastated when she leaves Bradfield.
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After Carol, Dr. Hill comes close to the replacing officer, Detective Inspector Alex Fielding, but again avoids indulging into a romantic relationship with her too. Hill and his mother, who is a businesswoman, have a difficult relationship with each other. In the later parts of the series, it is revealed that when Dr. Hill was very young, his grandmother used to put him inside the cupboards and shut the doors for very long periods of time whenever he used to do any kind of mischief.
Both his mother and grandmother used to beat him ruthlessly and disliked his presence in their lives. The trauma of a childhood emotional abuse has resulted in Dr. He gets diagnosed with intracranial meningioma in one of the novels of the series. Poor health has made him become irritable, disorganized and hallucinatory. In spite of all the bad changes in his life, he is able to distinguish between his new and previous personality differences.
Despite the disturbances in his personal life, Dr. Hill is very skillful in his work as a profiler. He tends to empathize with the criminals, which many believe that it can prove to be hazardous to him. He tends to feel embarrassed very often because of his habit of making shrewd comments about people or a crime without thinking.
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