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Night Moves

An Alex Delaware Novel
Narrated by: John Rubenstein
Length: 12 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (1,150 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

A disturbing murder with shocking consequences sets in motion the new book in the number-one best-selling suspense series starring psychologist Alex Delaware and Detective Milo Sturgis.

An affluent family returns home from Sunday dinner only to find the murdered and brutalized corpse of a total stranger in their house. This baffling, twisted tale tests Alex and Milo to their intellectual and emotional limits.

©2018 Jonathan Kellerman (P)2018 Random House Audio

Critic Reviews

"Narrator John Rubinstein brings to life Jonathan Kellerman's dynamic duo of psychologist Alex Delaware and gruff, gay, and always hungry Detective Milo Sturgis.... Rubinstein exercises his many talents in giving voice to the lead characters and to a host of secondary characters who are victims and suspects... In perfect sync with Kellerman's tone and pace, Rubinstein provides a truly engaging listening experience." (AudioFile)

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maybe it's me

I use to love these books. now they are just okay. it maybe because my taste has changed and I am more found of more complexity and depth in the stories o choose.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with the writing it just didn't do it for me.

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  • Claire
  • tustin, CA, United States
  • 02-23-18

Classic Delaware

Another great Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis adventure (if one can call them adventures). I was almost prepared to be disappointed because of some other reviews that had issues with the narration......but Rubenstein was the same narrator as in previous books and I think he's great. In fact, I would hate it if they ever changed narrators.

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Disappointed

Would you try another book from Jonathan Kellerman and/or John Rubenstein?

I probably won’t buy another Jonathan Kellerman audible book. This one did seem up to his usual.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

The narrator is ok it was just the story was so disappointing.

Did Night Moves inspire you to do anything?

No

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One of the better Alex Delaware books of late

Jonathan Kellerman’s books always work best when there’s a good reason for his main character, Alex Delaware, to be involved in the cases. That was the case with this book, which has a fairly complex plot and makes good use of Alex's psychological deductive capabilities. As always brilliantly read by John Rubenstein.

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Disappointing!

If you are reading this review, and this will be the first Alex Delaware book you read, don’t get this book! It is not a fair representation of Kellerman’s work, or the Alex Delaware series. This was an extremely disappointing Alex Delaware novel. It felt like filler in a normally excellent series. The story last of sophistication and complexity of earlier books. The characters often times seemed almost have nothing to do. I don’t believe that I would have finished the book if I weren’t so invested in the series and that usually wonderful characters. John Rubenstein as a narrator was excellent as always. I hope that Kellerman and step up his game for the next Alex Delaware submission.

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Why I love JK

This book I especially loved by Johnathan Kellerman. The book revolves around the same family throughout and I like that he stuck with these characters.

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What happened to Kellerman?

There was a time I couldn't wait for the newest Book from the author. I would gobble up the book in a few days and wait for another year. But, what has happened? This book was so boring, the story, the characters, the narration, were just habitual. I couldn't even finish it.

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love kellerman

another great Delaware mystery. along with the star Milo leading the investigation. anxious for the. next one

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Alex and Sturgis never disappoints...

it was pretty good not so predictable. The title was fitting as was used in different aspects of the book. interesting twist. The dump site was unique.

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Good times with old friends-

I admit I’m a fan of Alex Delaware so this is five star for me because the relationship between Alex & Milo and the personalities of the characters transcends the plot. As a fan of the series i was happy to get another ride along with the psychologist wanna be detective and his detective pal. If you aren’t familiar with the series then start with one of the early books so you can enjoy watching the relationships develop.

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