Devil's Waltz (Alex Delaware) Paperback – 4 Sep 2008
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Strong insights into the quirks of human and criminal behaviour (Guardian)
Filled with insight (Stephen King)
Coolly intelligent (GQ)
A sense of humanity and justice (Publishers Weekly)
An alert eye for detail (New York Times)
Alex Delaware returns in Devil's Waltz - a compulsive novel from Jonathan Kellerman, the master of psychological suspense.See all Product Description
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It is brilliant to have the main character be someone OTHER than a cop or a jaded P.I.!! Having now read most of the books in the series, I am delighted by the development of all the leading characters across the years of the series. This book, I think, is still my favorite, though.
Kellerman is really skillful at maintaining continuity and evolving their personalities at the same time. I strongly suggest reading the whole series. I hope Mr. Kellerman never tires of Alex Delaware (the psychologist).
The most disappointing thing about this book (I've got the 2008 reprint) was the number of typo errors I found, there must have been about ten. I don't know if Headline no longer employ proof readers but whatever the reason this needs sorting out as this shodiness doesn't do their reputation any good at all.
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How does Jonathan Kellerman think up all the different crimes? Glad I don't live in LA!Published 11 months ago by Pamela Campbell
this was a book not to put down, very enjoyable. I have read many books by this author and always look for them in listingsPublished on 30 Sept. 2012 by sheilaw
This is the 7th book in Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware series, and if you haven't read the previous 6th I wouldnt suggest you start here. Read morePublished on 6 Jan. 2011 by molko
This book will keep you in suspense. It is such an unthinkable premis. You will not be sorry if you select this book.Published on 17 Mar. 1999