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Anyone liking mystery, psychological assessment, intrigue, etc., will enjoy the book. Hooked from early in the book to the end, the author weaves a shocking tale of murder, sexual... Read morePublished 3 months ago by anderson-hendrickson
This was a very good and complex story. As always Alex and Milo team up to unravel a twisted and unreal tale. Alex is facing some of his own dilemma and moral choices. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniell English-Baxter
I have enjoyed all of the Alex Delaware books and this one is no exception. Milo is in this one a lot which is always good. Robin even makes a reappearance.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Quick read, full exploration of the subject .🙌😎 I enjoy the humor, albeit grim. I look forward to reading another Alex Delaware novel.Published 4 months ago by Eloise M. Tatro
Just as wonderful as every single Alex Delaware novel, and I've read most. In my next life, I want to be Robin.Published 5 months ago by Jane van der Veen
This book held my attention for the first half or so. Well written, I assumed the primary storyline would stick to the murder of a small child and the evaluation of two young... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bradon
Great storytelling as usual for Kellerman! Enjoy the problem solving between Milo and Alex. Sad about Spike but hoping Robin is back!Published 8 months ago by GoHawks!
Always a good story about the evil human beings can orchestratePublished 9 months ago by Margaret Pepe