by Jonathan Kellerman
Exciting, well paced, and hard to put down. Mr. Kellerman has another winner with Killer. It grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. I was so happy to read a book that I really wanted to read, not just another somewhat adequate attempt by some wannabe author.
All of the primary characters in this book are fleshed out and believable. The action keeps you turning the pages, but the ideas and psychological tension behind the story is what makes the book so riveting. You get little clues, but you aren’t really sure that what you thought happened really did. Was that wonky feeling real, or are you being paranoid? Those sort of feelings are what set this book apart, and keep you interested.
Killer is another book in the long-lasting Alex Delaware series. Like most of the books in this series, it is part of the series, but it…
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