[PDF / Epub] ★ Monster (Alex Delaware, #13) By Jonathan Kellerman – Avshao.info

Dr Alex Delaware Muss Den Brutalen Mord An Einer Gef Ngnispsychologin Aufkl Ren Die Ermittlungen F Hren Ihn Zur Arbeitsst Tte Des Opfers, Wo Ein Gef Hrlicher Psychopath Unter H Chster Bewachung Einsitzt Der Mit Medikamenten Voll Gepumpte Ardis Monster Peake Dessen Stammeleien Scheinen Den Mord An Der Psychologin Prophezeit Zu Haben F R Delaware Und Milo Sturgis Vom Los Angeles Police Department Ist Dies Nur Eine Von Vielen R Tselhaften Spuren. Monster (Alex Delaware, #13)


About the Author: Jonathan Kellerman

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10 thoughts on “Monster (Alex Delaware, #13)

  1. says:

    In this Delaware mystery, number 13, a mentally ill monster is killing people Maybe Alex Delaware, my favorite fictional psychologist and amateur detective superhero, is called in when bodies are found horribly mutilated, obviously the work of a deranged killer Because Alex cares and has the time and credentials, he helps Milo Sturgis, one of my favorite fictional professional detectives, gain


  2. says:

    This is my first Jonathan Kellerman book He has been on my TBR list for some time but I was slow to get to him because I am reading so many other series I am in the midst of Andrew Vachss, Sara Paretsky, Loren Estleman, Michael Connolly, Scott Turow, Karin Slaughter, George Pelecanos and probably a fewthat I am not remembering right now Monster is the thirteenth book in the twenty eight book Alex


  3. says:

    Always a fan of Mr Kellerman, Monster does not disappoint I found this to be an intricately woven mystery with plenty of new and colorful characters to enrich the tantalizing plot but not so many that a separate spreadsheet would be necessary to keep up This story features the sweet and smart Alex Delaware and his pal, the mig...


  4. says:

    This is the second time I ve read this book I picked it up at the ESL book sale and got to the second chapter before realizing I d already read it However, since I didn t remember the ending, I decided to read it again and found it very enjoyablethat is if you like rather gory subject matter I always enjoy the Alex Delaware books He and Milo make a great pair of investigator I also like seeing what is h


  5. says:

    Overall, this was a good story The plot is clever and interesting But I feel that the book itself could have used a good edit or a different editor First, the writing itself felt like Kellerman wasinterested in reaching a word count instead of telling his story I like descriptiveness as much as the next person, but it felt overboard much of the time Exacting descriptions of what a person is wearing or exac


  6. says:

    Wished I d skipped this oneI did not find this Delaware story interesting Too matter of fact Interesting idea, but no motive for the murders left me wantingI know in life sometimes things work that way, but it doesn t have to in books.


  7. says:

    Oka female psychologist in her thirties tires of her career in academia and chooses to work in a forensic institution east of Los Angeles About six months into her job she turns up dead Seriously, this is the plot I kid you not Meanwhile I m still reading and working.


  8. says:

    Meh I usually like Jonathan Kellerman books but I had a hard time getting into this one I kept wanting it to endand then it did.


  9. says:

    Hey look, I read this out of order Surprise I ve had this book for over 17 years I know this because the bookplate in the front has my old address I had a strange feeling of deja vu when I read this but I also don t think I ve read this before Ardis Peake is a mad man and his killings were what sounded familiar Anywho, Dr Delaware is back again helping solve a series of strange murders that, on the surface, don t real


  10. says:

    Monster is the third Kellerman novel I ve read and with every book read,I like his writing evenI picked up this book at a bargain at a second hand store as i don t normally buy my copies of thrillers and borrow them from libraries.Faintly reminiscent of The silence of the lambs andof ,Hannibal Lecter, I found the book spine chilling and gripping.The pace is not really high adrenaline inducing,but Alex Delaware and his LA


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