An Alex Delaware Novel

eBook - 2016
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Psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware meets beautiful and emotionally fragile TV actress Zelda Chase when called upon to evaluate her five-year-old son, Ovid. Years later, Alex is unexpectedly reunited with Zelda when she is involuntarily committed after a bizarre psychotic episode. Shortly after Zelda's release, an already sad situation turns tragic when she is discovered dead on the grounds of a palatial Bel Air estate. Having experienced more than enough of L.A.'s dark side to recognize the scent of evil, Alex turns to his friend LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis for help in finding out who ended Zelda's broken life. At the same time, Alex is caught up in another quest: the search for Zelda's missing son. And when other victims vanish from the same upscale neighborhood, worry turns to terror. As Alex struggles to piece together the brief rise and steep fall of a gorgeous, talented actress, he and Milo unveil shattered dreams, the corruption of a family, and a grotesque betrayal of innocence.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Random House Publishing Group, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780345541413
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Cloud Library


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Aug 24, 2016

I haven't read a Delaware novel in years. I thought this was o.k.. The tie-in of two of the crimes with the main crime was far-fetched but characters were pretty well fleshed out. Fast read and passed the time without wasting it. Sometimes that's all I need.

Jun 02, 2016

Read many of Kellerman's Delaware books, but this one is the worst. Half the book is taken by the setup to the crime, the rest is a predictable and boring resolution. This is very lazy writing and I'm done with this series. If you want to read an exciting mystery involving a psychologist helping the police solve a series of crimes, check out Michael Robotham's Close Your Eyes. Great writing and intersting plot. Everything that this book isn't.

Mar 30, 2016

I've read a few books by Kellerman and checking "my shelves" and I only gave "Rage" a 4-star rating - the others 2-3 stars. This book was okay despite the vagueness of the characters (or one-dimensional) as the Publishers Weekly states.

peggy_15 Feb 09, 2016

I liked this book. Only because I was so disappointed in the last few Alex Delaware books, this was almost pleasure. I think Billy Straight is Kellermans best.


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