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The book Doesn't really Make Sense
Way past his prime
I admit I have not read the last 2 books by Kellerman and was considering buying one. After reading the reviews, I find I am not alone in thinking this series has become boring and predictable. I will no longer waste my money on this author.
The story was intriguing. You don't know who committed the heinous crimes until the end. I couldn't put the book down until I finished it. Believe it or not, this is my first time reading a Kellerman novel. I'm sure it won't be the last,I love a good mystery.
Well written, fast paced, ridiculous outcome. Have read many Alex Delaware books and liked many but predictable any more. Would not recommend. Gave it two stars only because Kellerman can put words together well-if not plots so much.
What a bad book!
By The eollstir
Pinot a riveting read. Like cow piss on a flat rock...splayed everywhere.
Kellerman is usually a pleasure to read. This time, not so much. The adversaries are unsympathetic; Milo sleepwalks through the plot;
Robin is now a perfect woman; there is no way for Delaware, or anyone else, to guess the answer. If you are a fan, as I am, you may find yourself bewildered, then grumpy, at the resolution.
By Problem with nick name
I have read all of Jonathan Kellerman's books and sadly his stories and writing have become less interesting. This particular book's plot was very weak and I didn't enjoy it and won't recommend it.
Not J. k,s. Best
By CAB 1970
I have read everyone of the Delaware series, although it's a "good" read, it is not his best.
A satisfying Kellerman
By Susan Rubendall
After a series of rather disappointing books, Jonathan Kellerman is back with a good one. The crime and its solution, the child, the interaction with Milo, it all worked for me in this book. No disappointments.