eBook Private Eyes download

by Jonathan KELLERMAN

eBook Private Eyes download ISBN: 0553180851
Author: Jonathan KELLERMAN
Publisher: Bantam (1992)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Dramas and Plays

Ballantine Books (1991). Alex Delaware – Book 6. By Jonathan Kellerman. Special thanks to Beverly Lewis, whose sharp eye and soft voice make a big difference. To Gerald Petievich, for an insider’s view- of lots of things.

Ballantine Books (1991). Tags: Alex Delaware. And to Terri Turner, California Parole Department, for her efficiency and good cheer. To my children, who put everything in perspective. For all of us our own particular. creature lurks in ambush.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The voice belongs to a woman, but Dr. Alex Delaware remembers a little girl. It is eleven years since seven-years-old Melissa Dickinson dialed a hospital help line for comfort-and found it in therapy with Alex Delaware. Now the lovely young heiress is desperately calling for psychologist's help once more.

Some part of this book is disturbing but otherwise, the story flow is good and Jonathan Kellerman once again has managed to surprised readers with several plot twists.

It's been 11 years since seven-year-old Melissa Dickinson found help. Some part of this book is disturbing but otherwise, the story flow is good and Jonathan Kellerman once again has managed to surprised readers with several plot twists.

New York Times Bestselling Author. An Alex Delaware Novel.

Books by Jonathan Kellerman. Alex Delaware Series. When the Bough Breaks (1985) Blood Test (1986) Over The Edge (1987) Silent Partner (1989) Time Bomb (1990) Private Eyes (1992) Devil’s Waltz (1993) Bad Love (1994) Self-Defense (1995) The Web (1996) The Clinic (1997) Survival of the Fittest (1997) Monster (1999) Dr. Death (2000) Flesh and Blood (2001) The Murder Book (2002) A Cold Heart (2003) Therapy (2004) Rage (2005).

Unraveling the madness behind . s most baffling and brutal homicides is what sleuthing psychologist Alex Delaware does best.

When the phone rings in the middle of the night, child psychologist Alex Delaware does not hesitate. Driving through the dream-lit San Fernando Valley, Alex rushes to Jamey Cadmus, the patient he had failed five years before-and who now calls with a bizarre cry for help. Unraveling the madness behind . And putting the good doctor through his thrilling paces is what mystery fiction’s bestselling master of psychological suspense Jonathan Kellerman does with incomparable brilliance.

Private Eyes By JONATHAN KELLERMAN. Jonathan Kellerman Dr Death Private Eyes Gone Twisted Paperback Books Lot of 4. Customs services and international tracking provided. PRIVATE EYES" an Alex Delaware Novel by JONATHAN KELLERMAN (H/C, 421-p, 1992).

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Private Indiscretions.

Narrated by John Rubinstein. It is eleven years since seven-years-old Melissa.

Author: Jonathan Kellerman. Psychologist Dr Alex Delaware has always looked on Melissa Dickinson as one of his greatest triumphs. But nine years later Melissa contacts Alex again, anxious this time for her mother. As Alex recalls, weatlthy widow Gina Dickinson has problems of her own. For two decades she has hidden herself away from the eyes of the world – ever since a vicious acid attack destroyed the face of Hollywood actress Gina Prince. Then the reclusive Gina climbs into her car – and totally disappears.

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Comments: (7)
560 pages of which I think 360 are descriptions of everybody complete outfits and decor of every room Delaware entered. In detail. not just overall style, but down to trinkets on a mantel. Totally useless descriptions to the reader. And the author not only wasting paper writing those descriptions, he goes on reiterating all conversations between Delaware and whoever he has been harassing. And that's what he seems to be doing all the time - interrogating people who should just tell him to take a hike instead of answering his questions he has no business to ask. Being as brilliant psychologist as the author makes him up, he is very rude and mostly inappropriate in communications with people, and I don't care if they are bad or criminal. He makes assumptions about everybody's intentions on the fly, with no tread of real information, and acts like an arrogant righteous a***
I wonder if this is supposed to be attractive quality in Lalaland.
Way too much filler. He needs to get on with the story. I really don't care the color of the characters clothing and a total description of all the rooms. I finally gave up and moved on to another book
For me, this one dragged, off and on, reading, leaving. Wanting it to end, actually. Perhaps it is series doldrums. But...

Takes a new tangent, perhaps setting up a new direction for our characters, an interesting diversion which assists Det. Sturgis through a rough set of life circumstance.

The story is complex, highly personal for Dr. D. who draws it Det. Sturgis, a good thing, with good people with psychological black clouds they have earned, not their own fault, not deserved but set in place by others without the person's control. We have all been there, done that.

Like I said, could be me.
I thought I'd had all of Alex Delaware I could handle for awhile, until I read the story description on this..... and I was hooked again, just like that. The characters remain the same throughout all his books, which is comforting - as long as the story doesn't suddenly change direction! The twists and turns of a well written mystery takes a special talent, which Jonathon Kellerman has in abundance.
I loved this story. The more I read the more exciting it became. There are so many interesting subplots. As usual, I was surprised by the ending and astonished by Kellermans ability pull everything together.
I am a long time fan of J. Kellerman. This could be one of my favorites of his. The character development is interesting and he uses details to flesh out the scene without dwelling on them as some authors do.
I enjoyed the thread of the story most because I was genuinely interested in the characters without feeling like the story was following a formulaic road map.
I found myself trying to determine how all of the pieces would come together after I had finished eighty percent of the book which is unusual for most mystery thrillers. The solution was not hasty and I will read this again to see if I pick up on the various nuances that are all resolved in the end.
I highly recommend this book.
I really enjoyed the mental aspect of this book, knowing all we may see is not the whole story! Dr. Delaware and Milo are wonderful characters opposites yet so much alike! To each his own, "viva la difference".
If you are interested in odd psychological conditions, this is a corker. I am finding his books very interesting, and I have read about 6 of the 30 so far. All are capturing me from the very beginning! Bonnie