in coordination with Paradigm Talent Agency
Kill Switch (and Neal Baer, MD)
Meet Claire Waters, a young, dedicated forensic psychiatrist with unnervingly personal insights into the criminal mind. Haunted by a disturbing childhood incident—and driven by her demons—Claire has always been drawn to those rare "untreatable" patients who seem to have no conscience or fear. But one shocking case could make or break her career...and it's waiting for her in the psychiatric wing of New York City’s Rikers Island.
His name is Quimby. A deranged inmate whose boyish good looks hide a sordid history of dysfunction and abuse, Quimby triggers something in Claire she'd rather not face. As she tries to unlock Quimby’s past, she unwittingly reveals her own painful secrets—leaving herself dangerously vulnerable. When the case propels her into the mind of another killer—a homocidal maniac who's watching her every move—it could only end in madness, murder, or both...
Kill Again (and Neal Baer, MD)
Haunted by a brutal childhood, Dr. Claire Waters finds solace in helping other survivors of abuse. It’s a shock when her favorite patient, Rosa Sanchez, is handcuffed and led away by a man Claire assumes is law enforcement. When Claire realizes that Rosa has been abducted, she turns for help to her friend, Nick Lawler, a homicide detective in the NYPD. Relegated to desk work due to failing eyesight, Nick will have to risk his career to find Rosa—and track down a deranged criminal who reduces his victims to nothing but bones. A brilliant gamesman obsessed with order and perfection, scrawling words across the walls of his basement apartment, the killer has been preparing all his life for this moment—when every letter is in place, every piece is in play—and the object of his obsession, Dr. Claire Waters, is in the game...
Jonathan Greene spent eleven years as writer and Co-Executive Producer on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, his nearly forty teleplays earning the show an Emmy Award and nominations for the Edgar Award and the Humanitas Prize. Previously, he was a producer and executive in television news and documentaries, and is a recipient of the duPont-Columbia Award. He is presently a writer and Co-Executive Producer on the new CBS series A Gifted Man. A native of New York, Mr. Greene earned a B.S. in Political Science and an M.S. in Telecommunications from Syracuse University.