Kellerman, Jonathan

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The Murderer's Daughter

Despite the ending, the rush up is exciting and definitely worth it. A good choice for fans of strong, female-driven thrillers and mysteries, as well as Kellerman's established fans. [See Prepub Alert, 11/3/14.]


Still a worthwhile listen for fans and first-timers alike. [The Ballantine hc and the ebook edition were New York Times best sellers.—Ed.]


Although exposing no significant changes in the personal narratives of Delaware or Sturgis, Kellerman offers a solid and entertaining mystery that series fans will enjoy, along with anyone seeking a glimpse inside the seedy and hedonistic side of L.A. [Library marketing; see Prepub Alert, LJ 11/1/10.]


Mystery turns out to be the nickname of a young woman found mutilated to death, but before he learns that, Alex Delaware realizes that he's seen her before—two nights ago at a restaurant that was just closing...

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