Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Evidence by Jonathan Kellerman

Published in 2009. 355 pages.

Evidence is the twenty-fourth of Kellerman's Alex Delaware novels. This one features a grisly, twisted murder for homicide cop Milo Sturgis to solve with his psychologist friend's help. While the story is told in first person from Alex's point of view, the focus was really on Milo, with Alex accompanying him to crime scenes and interrogations. Half-brothers Moses Reed and Aaron Fox from True Detectives also make an appearance.

I enjoyed the escapism that this novel provided. I enjoyed even more the subtle social commentary about excessive materialism.


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