[E–pub/Pdf] Mystery Author Jonathan Kellerman by Jonathan Kellerman

Mystery Author Jonathan KellermanWas a mediocre attempt compared with many other Alex Delaware novelsAlex and Robin Watch A Beautiful watch a beautiful gracious lady with British accent being stood up at a restaurant They also encounter a body guard thug with a gun outside waiting The very next day Sergeant Milo Sturgis shows them ics of the very same girl dead and sprawled out with guns shot wounds They set out to ID her and seek out her killer sAnd they encounter many strange ersons and "HIDDEN SECRETS ON THE WAY THE INITIAL HALF WAS "secrets on the way The initial half was captivating but the story soon slid into boredom and mayhemOverall a readable book but nothing to gawp about I am a bit of a novice with Alex Delaware so I am not sure if he and his girlfriend Robin have aged chronological It s still an okay read for most murder mysteries It s just disappointing for an author of his calibre and experience I expect fussy detail from Kellerman but the descriptions of Over Mintmarks and Hot Repunched Mintmarks people andlaces went on ad nauseum It was over the top mind numbingly boring Who cares about a minor character s yellow toenails Especially after a microscopic focus on every other art of his anatomy when we ll never see him again Every single detail of every single character we encountered in this book was itemized massaged drawn out and described in minute detail I listened to this book on CD and found my mind wandering many times Descriptions started to feel like nothing than filler Where was the lot It was wedged inserted slipped filed One Day in December paper thin between THE DESCRIPTION As if that wasn t enough the snarky forced humor felt hackneyed and weirdly homongenous as if each character with the exception of the superior and oh so restrained Dr Delaware were all morphing into one another and at the same time vying for attention and one upmanship I thought Jonathan Kellerman was too consumate arofessional to stoop to Alamo Story: From Early History to Current Conflicts phoning it in but apparently I was wrong I won t give up on him just yet I ve always enjoyed Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis but if the next one is as flimsy and arrogant I will not hesitate to relegate him to the ranks of the former favourites along with James Patterson and Patricia Cornwell So I was boarding alane last week and saw that someone had laced this book on top of a trash can right outside the door to the lane What a brilliant idea to leave a book for a fellow traveler And since I like to read Alex Delaware stories and didn t remember reading this one I took it It was especially good replete with old Hollywood references twins and a twist I didn t see coming But Isabel de Solis, Soraya: Un Cuento de Amor En La Alhambra perhaps my enjoyment was enhanced by getting it the way I did So if you see a book by the entrance to alane some day it might just be from me On. Few know the city of Los Angeles the way #1 bestselling author and acclaimed suspense master Jonathan Kellerman does His thrilling novels of Out of the Box psychological drama and criminal detection make the capital of dreams a living breathing character in all its glamour and infamy That storied history of fame seduction scandal and murder looms large in Mystery as Alex Delaware finds himself drawn into a twisting shadowy whodunit that’sure LA noir and vintage Kellerman The closing of their favorite romantic rendezvous the Fauborg Hotel in Beverly Hills is a sad occasion. .
E of the worst Kellerman books One to be avoided really Kellerman is always good for a thrill ride In this the 26th installment of his awesome Alex Delaware Series our hero is after a killer who seems to have a taste for beautiful young women A shrink himself Mr K gives uniue insight to the mind of both the good guys Most Notably Delaware Who Is notably Delaware who is shrink himself and uniuely the bad guys Characteristic of a top 10 writer in this field thriller fiction Kellerman s sentence composition dialogue and arcing work so well it s almost too simple Simple in the sense that like say Patterson you read along and stay in the action in 1st erson forgetting that you are a mere mortal reader and feeling and thinking like our hero This is the sign of a craftsman Mr K is a master of narration description and dialogue and the oh so smooth blending of the elements that make up a good story Where he gets his ideas God only knows but the ideas workI m at chapter 18 and the ace is uickening having myself just recovered from a low key beginning to this book and suddenly blind sided by the twisted murder of a beautiful young woman A woman sitting by herself in an upscale and soon to close landmark eatery that Delaware sitting by herself in an upscale and soon to close landmark eatery that Delaware his lovely wife dined at themselves Delaware and wife notice her but think nothing of it Then she turns up dead by mutilation and the case falls to Delaware and his artner a cop Milo Sturgis A very twisted tale unfolds a tale that could only have happen in LA You ll find out why as you get sucked into this book from País íntim page 1Get ready for a twisty ending as theace Under Lock and Key picks up Our guy Alex stays on the case and you won t believe what happens I highly recommend this book In this 26th book in the Alex Delaware series thesychologist helps investigate the death of a sugar baby The book can be read as a standalone Alex Delaware and his girlfriend Robin go to a bar for drinks and notice what looks like a bodyguard outside the bar and a beautiful blonde inside Soon afterwards the blonde is found dead with her face shot off and Alex a sychologist helps homicide detective Milo Sturgis investigate Turns out the blonde had been the honey of a rich married sugar daddy The blonde s bodyguard the sugar daddy s family and the agency that airs sugar daddies and young hotties are all investigated and a lot of unpleasant arrogant Lignin Biodegradation: Microbiology, Chemistry, and Potential Applications: Volume II people are interviewed Meanwhile Alex is also counseling a terminally ill formerrostitute and her young son Jonathan Kellerman s villains are usually interesting sociopathspsychopaths but that s not uite the case in this story The murderer is finally revealed in a long rather boring scene towards the end and the reve. For longtime Something Wicked patrons Alex Delaware and Robin Castagna And gathering one last time with their fellow faithful habitués for cocktails in the gracious old venue makes for a bittersweet evening But evenoignant is a striking young woman alone and enigmatic among the revelers waiting in vain in elegant attire and dark glasses that do nothing to conceal her melancholy Alex can’t help wondering what her story is and whether she’s connected to the silent black suited bodyguard lingering outside the hotelTwo days later Alex has even to contemplate when olice detec. Lation of the culprit is not Pjesme particularly believable or satisfying I don t think the sidelot with the sick woman and her son added much to the story either Not one of Jonathan Kellerman s best booksYou can follow my reviews at A friend warned me this was the worst Kellerman they d ever read which after the disappointment of Evidence concerned me some However Deception had a number of redeeming features so I soldiered bravely on and despite my friend s dire warnings I am leased to say I found Mystery not too badIt lacks the sparkle and brilliance of the early Alex years I admit that and it has the ever resent Robin resent but barely drawn this time I found her Which is interesting as she always annoys me but I felt he had a uppet Robin in the book this timeAs usual Alex is far concerned with running about with Milo than with his nuptial concerns not hidden by Robin s g Robin and Alex attend a gathering for Marcel Jabotinsky Robin and Alex head to the bar for some drinks While waiting for their drinks a woman dressed in white and sunglasses is sitting at the bar Robin and Alex think nothing of the woman until Alex is called on his friend Milo to help with a murder investigation The victimthe woman in the white dressI have not read many of Mr Kellerman s Alex Delaware s books However you don t have to read the rior novels as this book reads as a stand alone novel Having said this I did not really care where in their relationship Alex and Robin were at Like for example do I really care that Robin kicked Alex in the leg but not hard enough to hurt him as that is not the relationship they have What does this have to do with the murder Nothing I had to give up on this book after chapter 12 and this is only because the chapters are short that I got this far I was hoping this book would get better and this is another reason why I did not give up until I had made it about a dozen chapters in There were too many details given about nothing First there was Robin and Alex going for a drink and then Robin crying for the murdered woman and then Alex sees a Friend About His Problems Then The Clich S For These about

problems then the clich s these I could not make myself read any of this book It s a bittersweet evening for Alex Delaware and his Main Sueeze Robin For a long time one of their favorite romantic hangs has been at the bar in the aging Fauborg Hotel in Beverly Hills But the lace is closing and on the the bar s last night Alex and Robin go in for a farewell drink The occasion is beyond sad and their attention is drawn to an apparent bodyguard outside the hotel and to an attractive young woman who is the only other A'dan Z'ye Yaşar Kemal patron inside the bar She s dress. Tive Milo Sturgis comes seeking hissychologist comrade’s insights about a grisly homicide To Alex’s shock the brutalized victim is the same beautiful woman whose lonely hours sipping champagne at the Fauborg may have been her lastBut with a mutilated body and no DNA match she remains as mysterious in death as she seemed in life And even when a tipster’s sordid revelation finally cracks the case open the dark secrets that spill out could make Alex and Milo’s best efforts to close this horrific crime not just impossible but fatal From the Hardcover editi.