I began keeping a reading journal several years before I began blogging. I find it interesting to sift through my thoughts of books that I read back then. My reviews were often brief and contained little substance, but I thought it'd be fun to document them here on my blog as well as share them with you. Here is one from September of 2005:
Ballantine Books, 2005
Crime Fiction; 365 pgs
Although I did enjoy Jonathan Kellerman’s last two Alex Delaware novels, this one was definitely better. Two boys on the verge of teenhood are convicted of the murder of a toddler. Years later, one of the boys, now an adult, telephones psychologist Alex Delaware and asks to meet with him. However, the former client ends up dead. Homicide Lieutenant Milo Sturgis and Alex Delaware team up to find out who and the why, uncovering lies and darker truths at every turn. Jonathan Kellerman writes an entertaining and exciting suspense novel. Like with most of his recent work, a lot of the mystery is solved through dialogue and rumination between the two main characters, Milo and Alex.
Source: I own the book.
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