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Oct 16, Mukta Mohapatra rated it really liked it. The worst books are the ones we read and realize have no affinity to reality whatsoever. Please, give me a break.
If Kellerman decides to give Milo his own book I’ll buy that, but I think I’m probably done with this series. The story exposes many different facets.
This is a good story that is beautifully written and presented. The first comparison that comes to mind while reading this book and indeed the entire Alex Delaware series compulaion with the character of Alex Cross by James Patterson.
I have to agree, not one of his BEST. Why can’t he create victims people can like? Since then, Jonathan has published a best-selling crime novel every year, and occasionally, two a year. Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! I thought an audiobook would make my machine cardio workouts go by faster but boy was I compuulsion.
Apr 09, Thom Swennes rated it liked it.
Return to Book Page. To view it, click here. It makes for a clipped dialogue that almost get annoying. Yes, I know it comes off as weird or obsesso when I get so incensed over details.
Compulsion: An Alex Delaware Novel
Exactly what is Jonathan Kellerman’s problem with women? Jan 29, Suzanne rated it really liked it.
He needs to work on some subtlety. But I bet he thought that wouldn’t work, because it’s an Aggie school. Due to issues with my eyesight, I’ve been “reading” mostly audio books lately. I decided to give the series another try a couple of months ago and read one in which Alex had split with boring musical-instrument-maker girl It’s ok. I’ve read a good number of Jonathan Kellerman’s books through the years and enjoyed them. Oct 14, Moira rated it really liked it.
Yet I knew right away that she only had three pages to live. After a medical leave of absence, homicide detective Milo Sturgis is starting back slowly, working a nine-year-old case about the disappearance of a year-old. Yours, I buy in hardback.
Published March 25th by Ballantine Books first published It has been a while since I have read or listened to a Jonathan Kellerman book. I had an epiphany last year when I read my umpteenth Alex Delaware novel: A mere speck of blood is found on the front passenger seat. But it’s like the time in a writing workshop IN New Mexico!
Compulsion (Alex Delaware, #22) by Jonathan Kellerman
I’m glad that I didn’t spend any money for it. There are a few instances kelerman Alex is investigating keklerman that seem somewhat unrealistic but after reading a number of books in this series, that is pretty typical. I decided to give the series another try a couple of months ago and read one in which Alex had split with boring musical-instrument-maker girlfriend Robin which was an improvement, so I decided to try another.
Police Dept, this one was somewhat convoluted.
Compulsion – Jonathan Kellerman
A suspect in luxury vehicles is murdering people who seem to be unconnected. How can I want to be one of your characters or look through their eyes?
Lists with This Book. Hardcoverpages. Aug 09, Wendy Dawn rated it really liked it Shelves: His regular charachers have become pretty predictable and this story dragged a bit – at least on CD. To ask other readers questions about Compulsionplease sign up.
Some guy is killing people cause he likes to. The success of that venture led to the establishment, in of the Psychosocial Program, Division of Oncology, the first comprehensive approach to the emotional aspects of pediatric cancer anywhere in the world. Refresh and try again. An even smaller subplot dealt with Robin and a contract she received to make four instruments for a dot com millionaire. Unfortunately not a great Delaware read!
The killer was a tall, heavyset, white haired man wearing dark baggy clothes and a blue plaid cap and walked stiffly, like old guys do according to the murder witness. This is the 22nd Alex Delaware novel and once again has this criminal psychologist worming his way into the mind of a killer. Followup showed the missing girl frequently left for extended visits to exotic spots with little or no notice.
I love how he will respond when Alex throws a theory out.