Very interesting read. Some of his characterizations are annoyingly shallow but overall a captivating read.
I hadn't read a novel by J.Kellerman in awhile. I really enjoyed reading a murder mystery. Solid and engrossing, it had me hooked from the start.
Returned about 10 days ago at Milwood branch
Not Kellerman's best effort. The plot was too convoluted and far fetched. I kept loosing interest.
Just another thriller by Jonathan Kellerman – another grisly set of murders, another convoluted plot. No huge surprises here, but a pretty good plot twist and the enduring empathy for damaged children that Alex Delaware a decent character to follow.
A little gory, but a really good mystery. I really enjoy the Alex Delaware novels, although I think I prefer Milo to Alex! ;)
Another book in the popular series that pits L.A. detective Milo Sturgis and pyschologist Alex Delaware against the never-ending weirdness, that is Homicide in Los Angeles.
The books are getting farther "out-there" with the premises and circumstances that make the crimes unique.
Given the fact that real life crimes are getting more poplular on the internet, the rule is: The stranger, the better! In this respect, the dynamic duo are just solving murders, and a lot of the plots in a 15 to 20 book series have become mundane or worn-out, so it has to get stranger!
All in all, a good book, with seemingly unrelated serial murders of the nastiest kind, needing to be connected and solved.
My only beef is that there was very little mention of Alex's girlfriend, Robin, who is hardly mentioned at all.
A good book in a long running detective-series.
I really wasn't impressed with this book. The storyline never really cauught on with me. I think that his wife Faye Kellerman with her Lazarus series is the much better writer at this point.
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