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Now the field of suspects is spread wide open. You may ask why a child psychologist would be consulted for a murder investigation where no children are involved? Good question! But he always is Un-like previous books in this series, the emphasis is on the murder investigation rather than the personal lives of Alex and Milo. Robin, Alex's long time girlfriend plays a very minor role in this book. As does their French bulldog Blanche. I"ve always enjoyed this series. This book holds up to all his previous work and is another great addition.
But it was the murder of a high flying divorcee by the name of Ursula Corey that brought the two men back together on the cases. As Milo bounced theories off Alex, they realised they had a psychopath on their hands — a person who left a sick, misdirecting signature again and again. But Milo had more than one suspect, and working out who was 4.
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But Milo had more than one suspect, and working out who was who; what the motive was and where the next murder would be was consuming him and his team. Alex was working his line of ideas — but would they be able to put their thoughts together? With more bodies turning up, the clock was ticking to resolve the situation quickly. Would they? Could they? And were the murders connected? Fast-paced with high octane thrills, and a touch of humour along the way, Motive is one I highly recommend. View all 4 comments. This was an ok read I have read all the books in this series but the last couple of ones have been a bit disappointing.
The plot was set in the usual dark and sinister side of LA, which the author writes so well about. I must admit that I never expected the revelation of the baddies at the end View all 6 comments.
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Feb 25, Pamela rated it did not like it. The big mystery here is Why oh Why do I continue to waste eye-time with these books. Typical Kellerman drivel. Too much time spent describing every single article of clothing each character is wearing--but then again, when the characters are as shallow and one-dimensional as Kellerman's, clothing matters.
Delaware himself isn't all that bright, but compared to his compatriots, he's a rocket surgeon. One sentence paragraphs. Save me fr The big mystery here is Why oh Why do I continue to waste eye-time with these books. Save me from one sentence paragraphs! And sometimes the paragraphs aren't even a proper sentence Does he do this to add white space to the page so as not to discourage the semi-literate? Or does he do it to irritate? Who knows? Who cares? View all 8 comments. Jul 11, Sherrie rated it it was ok Shelves: asia , detective , mystery , part-of-a-series , serial-killer , mental-health-good-and-bad , contemporary , crime , i-love-you-man , fiction.
Whether he's bored or just plain lazy, everything that made it a good read for so many years is gone. View 1 comment. A great read from an author I've been reading for over 20 years and one I look forward to every year. I enjoyed this one. Kellerman fell flat for a couple of books in the last few years, but this one was solidly back on track. Great plot; although it's easy to pick out the who in Kellerman's books, it's always the why that keeps me reading, and this one was no exception.
I also liked that it flowed well and was well-focused; right from the first page, it got right into the plot. No easing into it A great read from an author I've been reading for over 20 years and one I look forward to every year. No easing into it, and the pace didn't let up until the end.
I've noticed in several books that it gets bogged down in the middle usually with Alex massaging his OCD but there was little if any of that in this book. A solid read to curl up with on a winter weekend. The Alex Delaware in this book is nothing like he used to be. But then, neither is Kellerman it seems.
In the earlier novels, the plotting was clever and the characters were excellently rendered: flawed and human and real. Now, they all just seem like filler. Instead of being great, these books are just ok. Another reviewer said there was no magic left, and for me, that sums up this book. It was entirely unmemorable. Still, thank you to Netgalley and Headline for this copy in exchange for an hone The Alex Delaware in this book is nothing like he used to be.
Still, thank you to Netgalley and Headline for this copy in exchange for an honest review. Jan 04, Skip rated it liked it Shelves: crime-detective. Alex Delaware about a murder case, where he is making no progress. The strangled, stabbed victim is a young woman, and an elegant dinner for two has been set at the murder scene.
Then a divorcee is gunned down in a Century City parking garage, after a visit to het lawyer. Hardly although the tie-in takes awhile. Many suspects are introduced, and much of the novel is Alex theorizing about the identity and psychoses of the killer. Mi 30, really? Milo plays, at best, a supporting role.
Lots of violence, with an unexpected ending. View 2 comments. I've read all the Alex Delaware books and they have become very, very formulaic. There is a murder. Milo Sturgis teams up with Dr. Alex Delaware to try to solve it. Alex is constantly asking himself a lot of questions as he ponders the crime. Milo eats a lot. Throw in a lot of red herrings. The perpetrator turns out to be someone barely mentioned at the start of the book. Rinse and repeat for the next book. This wasn't a bad book, it just wasn't anything special.
Kellerman needs to do somet I've read all the Alex Delaware books and they have become very, very formulaic. Kellerman needs to do something to get out of this rut.
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Also, when Alex and Milo are talking, he needs to do more to indicate who is saying what. After a few lines, it's hard to keep the dialogue straight. I used to buy these books when they first came out. Now I wait until they come out in paperback, and let my husband read them first. They've just lost their special appeal. Other authors are doing this genre much better, sadly. Feb 12, Monnie rated it really liked it. Like the previous two books in the author's series featuring psychologist Dr.
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Alex Delaware - I believe this is the 30th - Motive falls a bit short of a 5-star rating in my book. Mostly, I attribute that to a few too many characters who seem to be included just for the heck of it to throw readers off track, perhaps? Ah yes, and one other thing: So many run-on sentences that I lost count in the first two chapters. I admit to being picky when it comes Like the previous two books in the author's series featuring psychologist Dr.
I admit to being picky when it comes to grammar, but God made semicolons and dashes for a good reason. But on the plus side, it's still Kellerman - and chalk up another better-than-decent one that brings together the good doctor, a consultant to the LAPD, and his good friend, police lieutenant Milo Sturgis. The latter calls Alex to help when a young woman is found murdered in her home.
That murder is followed by the gunning down of a gorgeous and successful woman who's been in the process of divorcing her business partner husband for the past three years. The plot thickens when it appears that the killer may have set up fake meals for two at the victims' homes after the fact, leading the investigators to a suspect who's a chef with a fiery temper whoa, Nelly, what a concept! New suspects pop up all over the place, from the chef to the ex-husband to the respective divorce attorneys, but solid evidence does not; perhaps that explains why the usual gruff but go-get-'em Sturgis seems to adopt an almost ho-hum attitude.
Even his usually super-healthy appetite is a bit more subdued than usual but only a bit. Not the best I've read in the series which includes virtually every one , but definitely worth a shot. I've been a fan of the Alex Delaware series right from the start well I say from the start, I read the first 6 or so all in a heap and since then have not missed a single one and they never fail to get my reading mojo going - excellent reads every time. Milo of course. Can't have Alex without Milo - the best "buddy" pairing around in crime fiction as far as I am concerned and both are on top form in "Motive" as Milo is landed with a randomly strange case involving dead bodies and a lot of food I've been a fan of the Alex Delaware series right from the start well I say from the start, I read the first 6 or so all in a heap and since then have not missed a single one and they never fail to get my reading mojo going - excellent reads every time.
Can't have Alex without Milo - the best "buddy" pairing around in crime fiction as far as I am concerned and both are on top form in "Motive" as Milo is landed with a randomly strange case involving dead bodies and a lot of food stuff. As Alex is his go to guy for the weird and horrific, they start to try and make some sense of it all. But as ever these things are never easy and before we know it BAM things are getting darker..
I'm a big fan of the prose that Kellerman uses to involve the reader in the plot, it just kind of gently flows over you but before you know it you are engrossed and utterly addicted. The characters have grown so beautifully over time, with all the ups and downs, you know them so well - and yet every time you have something new and even after all this time those we know best can act in an unpredictable manner - it keeps things fresh and never fails to keep you intrigued.
Motive was basically another great story, involving some terrifically drawn characters with all the disturbing twisty turns you can hope for within a series that could potentially run a good few years yet. Here's hoping. Happy Reading Folks! Feb 10, SherrieB rated it really liked it. It opens with the murder of a young woman in her apartment. The aberration is that her table has been set up post crime with a dinner for two.
When another woman is murdered and her table for two is set, the case moves into Dr. This novel is classic Kellerman. There are plenty of red herrings along the way. In fact, Kellerman is known for this. He throws out red herrings like a crazed jester throwing beads at a Mardi Gras parade. I know this. I expect this. Every time I read a Kellerman novel, I have a conversation with myself. For fans of Kellermans, you will not be disappointed. Another enjoyable book in the Alex Delaware series. I have them all except Thriller 29 in this series and just ordered from the library. Apr 25, Tyler Colins rated it liked it.
Always love a good Alex Delaware novel. Still, a solid read. Oct 02, Mary rated it liked it. Nice comfortable read with familiar characters, which is a good thing. Feb 27, Nette rated it it was ok. I don't know why I keep reading books in this once great series, because it's just depressing. I think he wrote this book while an episode of "Hannibal" was on in the same room.
A fiendish serial killer who murders women and carefully arranges dinner scenes next to the corpses? Yeah, that's your typical Southern California crime. The dialogue is even loonier than usual, with everyone from Vietnamese businesswomen to patrol cops to chefs spouting the same unlikely sentences. Here's an elderly Jew I don't know why I keep reading books in this once great series, because it's just depressing. Here's an elderly Jewish lawyer: "Listen, I'm a geezer who's had two types of cancer and what the heck, what can anyone do to me?
So here's the dirt: once day I noticed Grant's pudgy paw finding its way to Ursula's shapely buttocks when no one was looking. Alex did more police work than Milo in this case. Two women are murdered at different times and in different ways. The second woman, however, was killed in a parking garage after visiting her lawyer. The table was set at her home after her murder. Very odd. The cases Moreland chooses to share--a patient driven to madness by a cruel, unspeakable act; a man who succumbed forty years ago to radiation poisoning after a nuclear blast; a young woman, brutally murdered, whose mutilated body was found on the beach just six months before-- seem unconnected.
And yet Alex can't help wondering what the good doctor is trying to tell him As Alex probes--with a little long-distance help from his friend LAPD detective Milo Sturgis--he comes to believe the answer lies hidden somewhere on Moreland's vast estate. Yet when he finally discovers the truth, the revelation will be more shocking than he could have imagined.
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And it will come too late to stem the tide of violence that threatens guilty and innocent alike on the lovely lost island of Aruk. Once again, with his brilliant characterizations and rapid-fire pace, Jonathan Kellerman has redefined the boundaries of suspense, probing real-life horrors and innermost fears in a novel that transfixes from first page to last. The butcher's theatre Jonathan Kellerman. Jonathan Kellerman has made the psychological thriller his own gripping province with his bestselling series of Alex Delaware novels. Each bears a single gunshot wound to the head.
The female victim has also been impaled by a metal spike. And that savage stroke of psychopathic fury tells Milo this case will call for more than standard police procedure. The dead woman remains unidentified and seemingly unknown to everyone. And that means going head-to-head with Dr. Mary Lou Koppel, a popular celebrity psychologist who fiercely guards the privacy of her clients. The voice belongs to a woman, but Dr. Monster Jonathan Kellerman.
Upon his return to Los Angeles from a harrowing adventure in the South Pacific, Alex is called upon by his friend Milo Sturgis to help solve the murder of a celebrity author. For three months the police found no clues to the murder of Hope Devane, psychology professor and controversial author of a pop-psych bestseller about men. She was found stabbed to death on a quiet, shaded street in one of L. The evidence suggested not random slaughter, but cold, calculated stalking.
And the list of potential suspects was as extensive as the audience for her book and her talk show appearances. Newly assigned to the cold case, homicide detective Milo Sturgis calls on his friend, Dr. Alex Delaware to seek out insights into the victim's high-profile life. What Alex uncovers is a series of troubling inconsistencies about Hope, including her contradictory personas: the sensational, anti-male bestselling author versus the low-key scholarly university professor.
But it is when Alex delves into Hope's childhood that he begins to understand the forces that made her the formidable woman she was--and the ties that entangled her life until the horrifying act of betrayal that ended it Sunny on the surface but shadowy beneath, this world of privilege and pleasure has a dark core and a dangerous edge.
In True Detectives , Kellerman skillfully brings his renowned gifts for breathless suspense and sharp psychological insight to a tale that resonates on every level and satisfies at every turn. They are sons of the same strong-willed mother, and their respective fathers were cops, partners, and friends. Their turbulent family history has set them at odds, despite their shared calling. Aaron, sharp dresser and smooth operator, is an ex-cop turned high-end private eye. Usually they go their separate ways. A straight-arrow, straight-A student from Malibu, Caitlin has only two men in her life: her sullen single father and her wholesome college sweetheart, who even the battling brothers agree seems too downright upright to be true.
And at the center, a dead young woman whose downward spiral and brutal end loom over Moses and Aaron like an omen of what may come to be if the dark end of the street claims another lost soul. Bad love. Rage Alex Delaware, No. In a host of consecutive bestsellers, Jonathan Kellerman has kept readers spellbound with the intense, psychologically acute adventures of Dr. Alex Delaware—and with excursions through the raw underside of L. Rage offers a powerful new case in point, as Delaware and LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis revisit a horrifying crime from the past that has taken on shocking and deadly new dimensions.
Troy Turner and Rand Duchay were barely teenagers when they kidnapped and murdered a younger child. Troy, a remorseless sociopath, died violently behind bars. But the hulking, slow-witted Rand managed to survive his stretch. But the young killer comes to a brutal end, that conversation never takes place. Has karma caught up with Rand? Or has someone waited for eight patient years to dine on ice-cold revenge?
As Delaware and Sturgis retrace their steps through a grisly murder case that devastated a community, they discover a chilling legacy of madness, suicide, and multiple killings left in its wake—and even uglier truths waiting to be unearthed. And the nearer they come to understanding an unspeakable crime, the more harrowingly close they get to unmasking a monster hiding in plain sight.
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Rage finds Jonathan Kellerman in phenomenal form—orchestrating a relentlessly suspenseful, devilishly unpredictable plot to a finale as stunning and thought-provoking as it is satisfying. Kellerman takes us on a fascinating guided tour through his collection, complete with rich personal histories of his favorite instruments and of the brilliant, often eccentric craftsmen and musicians who brought them to life.
And dancing Moses Reed and Aaron Fox have the same mother; their respective fathers were cops, friends, and partners. And despite their shared calling, their turbulent family history has set them at odds. Surrounded by twisted millionaire moguls, tarnished trophy wives, and famous faces with hellish secrets, they pull no punches as they penetrate the strange, seductive world of glamour, wealth, and power to keep L. But it is when Alex delves into Hope's childhood that he begins to understand the forces that made her the formidable woman she was—and the ties that entangled her life until the horrifying act of betrayal that ended it Compulsion Alex Delaware, No.
And no one conducts a more harrowing and suspenseful manhunt than the modern Sherlock Holmes of the psyche, Dr. Alex Delaware. A tipsy young woman seeking aid on a desolate highway disappears into the inky black night. A retired schoolteacher is stabbed to death in broad daylight. Two women are butchered after closing time in a small-town beauty parlor. The ultimate whodunits, these crimes demand the attention of LAPD detective Milo Sturgis and his collaborator on the crime beat, psychologist Alex Delaware.
What begins with a solitary bloodstain in a stolen sedan quickly spirals outward in odd and unexpected directions, leading Delaware and Sturgis from the well-heeled center of L. The killer proves to be a fleeting shape-shifter, defying identification, leaving behind dazed witnesses and death—and compelling Alex and Milo to confront the true face of murderous madness. From the Trade Paperback edition. Monster Alex Delaware, No. Alex Delaware is back!
And in Jonathan Kellerman's riveting and ingenious new novel, Monster , he faces one of the most grisly and baffling mysteries of his career: How can a nonfunctional psychotic locked up in a supposedly secure institution for homicidal madmen predict brutal murders in the outside world? Delaware and his friend and partner Detective Milo Sturgis must penetrate this enigma in order to stop the horrific killings.
A marginal actor is found dead in a car trunk, sawn in half. Months later, a psychologist at a hospital for the criminally insane is discovered murdered and mutilated in a tantalizingly similar way. When reports of an inmate's incoherent ramblings begin to make frightening sense as predictions of yet more slayings, Delaware and Sturgis are drawn into a web of family secrets, vengeance, and manipulation--both inside the asylum and on the streets of L.
The climactic discovery they make as they race to prevent more killings gives fresh and terrifying meaning to the concept of monstrosity. With Monster's incomparably deft characterizations and dazzlingly dark plot twists, Jonathan Kellerman further enhances his literary position as master of the psychological thriller. And in Evidence , readers are once again in the dexterous grip of a master storyteller and stylist equally skilled at teasing your brain and taking your breath away. In the half-built skeleton of a monstrously vulgar mansion in one of L.
And the late Mr. Though Milo and Alex place her on their short list of suspects, the deeper they dig for clues the longer the list grows. By the time psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware reached the school the damage was done: A sniper had opened fire on a crowded playground, but was gunned down before any children were hurt. What was the identity behind the name and face: a would-be assassin, or just another victim beneath an indifferent California sky? The clinic Jonathan Kellerman. Narben Jonathan Kellerman.
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Someone has murdered euthanasia champion Dr. Eldon Mate--a self-styled Dr. Death responsible for scores of assisted suicides. In a burst of bloody irony, the killer chooses to dispatch the doctor in the back of Mate's own suicide van, hooking him up to the killing apparatus dubbed "the Humanitron"--and adding some butchering touches of his own. But working this case raises a conflict of interest for Alex so profound that he can't even discuss it with Milo.
The tension that develops between cop and psychologist further complicates an already baffling and complex murder investigation--one whose suspects include the families of Dr. Mate's "travelers," Mate's own son, and a psychopathic killer who relishes the geometry of death. Death is a rich brew of unforgettable characters, labyrinthine plotting, page-turning prose, and the unique insights into the darkest corners of the human mind that have earned Jonathan Kellerman international accolades as the master of psychological suspense.
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