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Author: John Rubinstein,Jonathan Kellerman
ISBN13: 978-0739369166
Title: Guilt: An Alex Delaware Novel
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Publisher: Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (February 12, 2013)

Guilt: An Alex Delaware Novel by John Rubinstein,Jonathan Kellerman



Guilt: An Alex Delaware Novel, Book 28. Written by Jonathan Kellerman. Narrated by John Rubinstein. But even the good doctor's vast experience with matters both clinical and criminal might not be enough to cut down to the bone of this chilling case-and draw out the disturbing truth. Backtracking six decades into the past stirs up tales of a beautiful nurse with a mystery lover, a handsome, wealthy doctor who seems too good to be true, and a hospital with a notorious reputation-all of them long gone, along with any records of a newborn, and destined for anonymity

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). First book I get written by Jonathan Kellerman, and based on this experience, I may not get another one by this author.

Jonathan Kellerman’s psychology skills and dark imagination are a potent literary mix (Los Angeles Times), and this intensely thrilling blend has never been so powerful as in the acclaimed author’s new novel of murder and madness among the beautiful dreamers, seductive predators, and doomed innocents adrift in the glare of Southern California’s eternal sunshine. But even the good doctor’s vast experience with matters both clinical and criminal might not be enough to cut down to the bone of this chilling case-and draw out the disturbing truth.

Killer: An Alex Delaware Novel. After thirty-five riveting, internationally acclaimed novels of psychological suspense, New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman returns with his most stunning thriller to date. Jonathan Kellerman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty bestselling crime novels, including the Alex Delaware series, The Butcher’s Theater, Billy Straight, The Conspiracy Club, Twisted, and True Detectives. A complex and haunting story of tangled personalities, deeply buried family secrets, and of violence lying thinly under the surface. hits the reader right between the eyes.

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Written by Jonathan Kellerman Read by John Rubinstein Format: MP3 Unabridged. Unraveling the madness behind . s most baffling and brutal homicides is what sleuthing psychologist Alex Delaware does best. And putting the good doctor through his thrilling paces is what mystery fiction’s best-selling master of psychological suspense Jonathan Kellerman does with incomparable brilliance. Kellerman’s universally acclaimed novels blend the addictive rhythms of the classic police procedural with chilling glimpses into the darkest depths of the human condition

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Jonathan Kellerman’s “psychology skills and dark imagination are a potent literary mix” (Los Angeles Times), and this intensely thrilling blend has never been so powerful as in the acclaimed author’s new novel of murder and madness among the beautiful dreamers, seductive predators, and doomed innocents adrift in the glare of Southern California’s eternal sunshine.   A series of horrifying events occur in quick succession in the same upscale L.A. neighborhood. A backyard renovation unearths an infant’s body, buried sixty years ago. And soon thereafter in a nearby park, another disturbingly bizarre discovery is made not far from the body of a young woman shot in the head. Helping LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis to link these eerie incidents is brilliant psychologist Alex Delaware. But even the good doctor’s vast experience with matters both clinical and criminal might not be enough to cut down to the bone of this chilling case—and draw out the disturbing truth.   Backtracking six decades into the past stirs up tales of a beautiful nurse with a mystery lover, a handsome, wealthy doctor who seems too good to be true, and a hospital with a notorious reputation—all of them long gone, along with any records of a newborn, and destined for anonymity. But the specter of fame rears its head when the case unexpectedly twists in the direction of the highest echelons of celebrity privilege. Entering this sheltered world, Alex little imagines the macabre layer just below the surface—a decadent quagmire of unholy rituals and grisly sacrifice.   Before their work is done, Alex and Milo, “the most original whodunit duo since Watson and Holmes” (Forbes), must confront a fanatically deranged mind of such monstrous cunning that even the most depraved madman would shudder.Praise for Jonathan Kellerman and Guilt   “A solid, poignant tale of violence against the innocent . . . cool, brisk and polished.”—The Washington Post  “Action-packed . . . Kellerman proves he can keep readers entertained and engrossed in a story that keeps them on the edge of their seats to the final page.”—Wichita Falls Times Record News“Certainly one of [Kellerman’s] best offerings to date . . . Do not miss this one.”Bookreporter   “Jonathan Kellerman’s psychology skills and dark imagination are a potent literary mix.”—Los Angeles Times   “The combination of Alex Delaware [and] Detective Milo Sturgis . . . makes for the most original whodunit duo since Watson and Holmes.”—Forbes   “Jonathan Kellerman’s novels are an obsession; once started it is hard to quit.”—Orlando Sentinel   “Kellerman doesn’t just write psychological thrillers—he owns the genre.”—Detroit Free PressFrom the Hardcover edition.
Reviews: 7
blodrayne
Well done, not disappointing, but maybe not one of his best. The initial main plot line seems to disappear almost as quickly as it is introduced, mainly revisited in the prologue chapter. The story that eclipses the book is still riveting, as always, with the numerous twists that Kellerman is so skilled at. He gives another side to how we perceive celebrities, and without giving away spoilers, he does make me mildly suspicious of Brad Pitt and his true character, if only through suggestion with thinly veiled fictional characters. I did have initial reservations about this one due to the plot involving a dead infant, but the discovery of the baby's body is treated as gently as it could be, without being too graphic considering the subject matter. Definitely worth a read if you are an Alex Delaware fan and don't have high expectations for this one.
Wymefw
I used to enjoy Kellerman's Delaware novels but had stopped after having been bitterly disappointed in a later book. But now I had decided to try his last one, give him another chance, so to speak, and see if there has been any improvement. Unfortunate, this was not the case. The first of half "Guilt" is as exiting as watching (as the cliche goes) grass grow. A lot of names of people who refer Milo and Delaware to other people. More and more names leading to ramifications that don't go anywhere. And the names have no character, no personality. The best fleshed-out name is that of Blanche, the French bulldog. Her I could picture very well and she was very likeable.

The second half improves slightly but the end just fizzles out like a wet firecracker. I think this will be my last Kellerman novel. He seems to have run out of fresh ideas some time ago.
White gold
Kellerman has a fantastic knack for creating characters that carry through the story, and building a solid foundation before the stunning conclusion to the mystery. Once again the duo of Delaware and Sturgis wade through lots of ancillary characters to find the truth, whose descriptions and mannerisms create believable, recognizable human portraits. Kellerman's ability to describe the details of the locations and characters without becoming bogged down in lengthy prose makes the story move along at a fast pace, yet easily imagined by the reader. The combination of the psychological and the criminal create a mystery that keeps the pages turing and the story engaging until the end and beyond. You want to know what happens to the characters long after the actual story is complete, becoming attached to them in a way that Kellerman could easily lengthen the story, but is genius in keeping it the perfect length. No extraneous words just for the sake of adding pages, yet still so very descriptive and engaging.
Highly recommended read for the veteran Kellerman reader or the newly initiated into the Alex Delaware world.
Dikus
Delaware and Sturgis (his police lieutenant friend) get involved in an investigation when they are called by a home buyer because prior to moving in they discover buried decades old skeletal remains of an infant. So the question is whether or not a crime was committed by the person or persons who buried the remains. When another infant skeleton is found a few days later the investigation kicks in to high gear because these remains are new. The investigation is highly interesting because Kellerman uses this convention as a vehicle to introduce an interesting and varied cast of characters. The denouement is exciting and highly charged. The discovery of the guilty party is surprising and scary. In fact this is one of Kellerman's most interesting bad guys. His introduction and the description of his crimes border on Gothic horror. This is great writing as well as Grand Guignol.

I am a Jonathan Kellerman completist but I missed this one when it first was published. I was glad to find it as a Kindle ebook.
Doomblade
Started out riveting in first pages, became more convoluted and confusing as book went on. By the end I ft like I really didn't know what happened or which characters were doing what.
Jogrnd
I have read every Jonathan Kellerman book there is in the Alex Delaware series. I didn't feel like this was one of his best. It was good, but not one of his best. The story line dragged on, and many early story lines that Alex investigates, seem to go nowhere and get lost in the story line. And towards the end, I felt like there was a weak attempt to tie them all together, but it comes across almost as an afterthought. I felt the story line dragged on, losing me a little in the middle. It still ranked three stars for me....but some of his better books will get a 4 or 5. That being said, still looking forward to the next one to come out!
Buge
This book has all the elements of past Alex Delaware novels...but...sometimes it seems while writing the author strives too hard for descriptive phraseology to the point where a lot of it seems overly cynical, overly negative. It's not so much this one book. I've noticed this trend in other authors that have established series. It's almost like they covered much of the wording before and are really straining to come up with something new. This sometimes extends to books becoming more character studies than following a good formulae for an action (depending on the series) novel so that things move and flow from the beginning to the end. Sometimes there are so many side trips in the book that the overall flow is harmed. After all, readers want above everything else a good solid story that has all the elements, but where it always moves forward rather than running off in all directions. Some of this is needed, but too much will slow the pace of the story. There's some of that in this book, but in addition I get the feeling that Mr. Kellerman might have run this series dry.