Two more bags are discovered, but this time the infants inside have been dead less than a month. Is a copycat at work? Or is there a link between the two finds which goes back decades? By the time both cases close, Alex and Milo will have confronted unprecedented narcissism, cruelty, deceit, and a cold but fiendish objectification of the human spirit that shakes both men to the core....
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By JillyB on 07-04-13
Still not sure about the end
Really enjoyed this book - enjoy Jonathan Kellerman's novels most of the time anyway but this I found quite ambiguous at the end. Not sure if that was the author's intention but he seemed to raise a bit of a question mark. May need to revisit it just to check. Really enjoyable and look forward to the next Dr Delaware outing.
By Saffy on 21-03-13
A welcome return for Alex Delaware
OK so this is not Jonathan Kellerman at his absolute best, but it is an Alex Delaware novel so you can't go wrong! It starts off very well, and initially I was completely drawn into the plot. The relationship between Alex and Milo, is as compelling as ever and Kellerman's characterisation is excellent. John Rubinstein narrates well and the first two thirds of the novel move at a good pace. However, I did find that the plot became rather ridiculous about two thirds in and I did slightly lose interest. Despite this, Kellerman writes so much better than most of his contemporaries that I find it hard to criticise him!