Guilt: An Alex Delaware Novel
Ballantine, 2013 (2013)
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Reviewed by Bob Walch
ith 75 million copies of his books in print, clinical psychologist and suspense author Jonathan Kellerman appeals to a wide audience of readers. The formidable team of child psychologist Alex Delaware and LAPD Detective Milo Sturgis are back again for a challenging investigation that centers on a cold case that dates back over half a century.
n quick succession a number of horrifying events disrupt an affluent Los Angeles neighborhood. An infant's body, buried for sixty years, is unearthed in a backyard makeover, while not far away a young woman is found shot in a park.
s there a connection? Detective Sturgis seems to think so and calls on his friend to lend a hand connecting the dots. What follows is a case that goes back decades and involves doctors, nurses and a hospital with a sordid reputation. When the trail points towards the celebrity world that LA is famous for, the investigation gets really interesting and more dangerous.
nspeakable rituals and sacrifices linked to a coldly diabolical adversary will shake both these seasoned investigators and have them wondering just how far a deranged person will go to achieve his goals.
eedless to say, if you are a Kellerman fan you certainly won't want to miss this new release!
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