REVIEW: KILLER, BY JONATHAN KELLERMAN

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When Alex Delaware takes on what appears to be a fairly straightforward custody case, he has no idea how everything will rapidly change.

The case involves warring sisters. One, Connie Sykes, is a pathologist with plenty of money, but a cold personality, while her sister Cherie seems downtrodden and potentially a disastrous mother, but with a sweetness that bodes well for her.

Alex’s findings reveal Cherie’s nurturing style and she retains custody of her daughter.

Suddenly everything turns into a bizarre series of murders and missing persons. Did Alex make a mistake with Cherie? Could she have gone on a murder spree and then disappeared?

Killer: An Alex Delaware Novel is replete with the intriguing investigations that Alex and his buddy Milo Sturgis usually enjoy, leading them along a series of wrong pathways until they finally discover something completely unexpected.

I always enjoy how the author shows us Alex’s thought patterns, his daily routines, and his relationship with long-time lover Robin. Milo’s quirks are also there in full force. A delightful read that earned 4.5 stars.

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