A really ridiculous plot with a bunch of surreal characters. Takes too long to develop and once developed you wonder why you wasted your time getting there.
I always like the guessing to the end.
If you haven't read Alex Delaware you won't be disapointed.
Jonathan Kellerman's stories are at the top of my favorites in audio or print form.
I love Milo Sturgis and his sarcastic take on police work.
Again, Milo Sturgis is my favorite.
I don't know.
Did not read the printed version.
The widow Suss- She obviously has a sorted past and come from nothing; now she is high society but you cannot leave your roots.
The Suss twins in the pool with the hookers.
We are all actors!!
The plot was better than the ending. The ending drug on way too long.
Yes to Jonathan Kellerman; no to John Rubenstein.
No. Unfortunately, I find him to be a boring narrator which spoils the entire book for me.
Better linkage in the plot to the killer. I did see the story in the last 30 minutes, but until then I did not see much of a path. It all hinged on a huge coincidence in Delaware seeing a man at an event that just caught his attention. Then one leap after another and the crime is solved.
Also the dialogue style has gotten annoying to me. All interviews are always one way. This style is practiced by both Milo the cop and Delaware the psychologist. Not saying it is not realistic. Just boring and annoying dialogue.
Disappointment. Loved the introduction of the girl Mystery. She would have been a more interesting character.