Thursday, October 8, 2015
61. Victims - Jonathan Kellerman
listened to the audio cd on the way back and forth from work
audio read by John Rubenstein - very enjoyable
2012, Random House Audio,
12 hours/10 unabridged cds
Adult Murder Mystery
Goodreads rating: 3.91
My rating: 4/ very good storytelling, though gritty/gross
Setting: contemporary LA area
First line/s: "This one was different. The first hint was Milo's tight-voiced eight a.m. message, stripped of details."
My comments: I haven't read a Jonathan Kellerman for many years, but have read a few in the past, so decided to read this one out-of-order (I'm so anal, I don't usually do this). Very interesting story, especially when looking at the deep dark workings of the human psyche that have gone awry...very awry. Alex Delaware is the psycho-therapist sidekick to LA detective Milo Sturgis. He doesn't really do too much, perhaps sheds a little insight, but when Milo Sturgis is on the track, watch out. I love the way that John Rubenstein "reads" Sturgis - tough, gritty, but with great empathy. I enjoyed this one, as super-gritty (gross) as it was...