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In the past I've used the other thesauruses (thesauri?) produced by this partnership and loved them. They're really good for nipping into just to double check you're portraying the setting, the emotion or the character traits well. The Emotional Wound Thesaurus, I think is a good aid for the crime writer. Although it's not an exhaustive list, it is quite comprehensive, easy to navigate and looks at the emotional wound from a variety of standpoints. Again, it's one of those books that you dip into and stay for the long haul.
I have the other books from this line and they have all been so helpful to me. Not only am I writing better story structure but I’m also writing better character arcs. I love this book. There are some harder elements to this one exploring the darker side of emotional wounds but it’s been a great journey. This book has helped me with the Villain of the story too, something I was struggling with before. I highly recommend this book.