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Publisher: Headline (2003)

Devil's Waltz (Alex Delaware, #7)

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Jonathan Kellerman's Devil's Waltz is a harrowing case for psychologist Alex Delaware, where he must summon up every bit of his knowledge and skill to see it through. Ideal for fans of Michael Connelly and Karin Slaughter. Cassie is persistently, seriously ill and when no amount of testing can identify the cause, her doctor is lead to a disturbing diagnosis - Cassie's mother could be making her daughter deliberately sick. Child psychologist Alex Delaware is brought in to make an independent assessment of the Jones family. What readers are saying about Devil's Waltz: 'Careful - you'll be hooked'.

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Kellerman spent way too much time 'waltzing' back and forth with amazing array tof possible candidates for who done it. After a while I started to feel like I was less and less invested in knowing at all and finally had to admit that I really didn't care who was poisoning the poor kid.

1992) (The seventh book in the Alex Delaware series) A novel by Jonathan Kellerman. Child psychologist Dr Alex Delaware returns after five years to Los Angeles' Western Pediatrics Hospital, called in by a former colleague to help with the case of Cassie Jones. The little girl is persistently, terrifyingly ill, and nobody can explain why. Her doctor, Stephanie Eves, has finally come to suspect the unthinkable - that Cassie's own mother is deliberately trying to make her own child sick. But Stephanie needs an independent assessment of the Jones family, for Cassie Jones is none other than the granddaughter of the Chairman of the Board.

Read "Devil's Waltz An Alex Delaware Novel" by Jonathan Kellerman with Rakuten Kobo  . NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In one of the most frightening and challenging cases of his career, Dr. Alex Delaware must confront a strange medical mystery involving a child.

Reviews: 7
This was definitely NOT my favorite Alex Delaware story. Kellerman spent way too much time 'waltzing' back and forth with amazing array tof possible candidates for who done it. After a while I started to feel like I was less and less invested in knowing at all and finally had to admit that I really didn't care who was poisoning the poor kid. I seriously contemplated throwing in the towel and moving on to another book, but alas, I hate to 'not finish' what I start, so I persevered. The ending was helpfully credible but never removed my overall dissatisfaction with a tedious story.
I have read many of Kellerman's "Alex Delaware" novels, and they are always a great read. The character development is excellent, and the stories never fail to hook me and keep me reading for hours. There are a few recurring characters that I always look forward to finding in the story.

I love mystery novels, and Kellerman's are wonderful.
The first half of this book, maybe the first 2/3's, is a total editorial waste that should not have been published. The final 1/3 is typical Alex Delaware and worth the effort of getting through the preceding wasteland.
Really enjoyed this Alex Delaware book!! It moved along at a reasonable pace, there weren't too many characters for me to keep straight (that's sometimes an issue!!) and it really pulled me in. The Munchhausen's issue was Interesting, I've never read much about it. I love the main characters; Robin, Alex and Milo. It ended too soon, I don't know what I'll read next????
Ever a fan of Dr. Alex Delaware, I was not disappointed in this well - written novel. Through all kinds of misdirection and unplowed ground, Kellerman takes his reader on a rollercoaster ride of gigantic proportions. One thing I know from reading the Delaware novels, I would NEVER want to live in Los Angeles!
This book simply put is a good read. Whenever they would develop a character they were creating a new suspect. I believe this constant suspicion was fueled by the depravity of the crime. However the book also shows the problems cops authority figures when tunnel vision clouds ones judgment. The only possible complaint I have pertaining to this novel is it was fifty pages too long.
Well....I’ve been reading Jonathan Kellerman for many years. I think Alex Delaware is a fantastic memorable character. As always...all of Kellerman’s novels are first rate, 5 stars. Devil’s Waltz was a compelling, interesting story that has a subject that’s relevant in the past and today. The characters were believable. I recommend this book to anyone that’s looking for an excellent read.
I keep wanting to be able to do a bad review of one of Kellerman's books but will have to wait. As usual I couldn't stay away from this one-reading when I should have been doing other things and racing to the end. I love Alex and Milo. My only complaint is I wish I'd reread his books in order.