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  • ISBN 0739368915
  • ISBN13 978-1415956694
  • Language English
  • Author John Rubinstein,Jonathan Kellerman
  • Publisher Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (October 21, 2008)
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  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Thrillers and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1753 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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When it comes to writing deftly layered, tightly coiled novels of suspense, #1 New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman reigns supreme as “master of the psychological thriller” (People). Now, Kellerman has worked his magic again in this chilling new masterpiece.The anonymous caller has an ominous tone and an unnerving message about something “real dead . . . buried in your marsh.” The eco-volunteer on the other end of the phone thinks it’s a prank, but when a young woman’s body turns up in L.A.’s Bird Marsh preserve no one’s laughing. And when the bones of more victims surface, homicide detective Milo Sturgis realizes the city’s under siege to an insidious killer. Milo’s first move: calling in psychologist Alex Delaware. The murdered women are prostitutes–except the most recent victim; a brilliant young musician from the East Coast, employed by a wealthy family to tutor a musical prodigy, Selena Bass seems out of place in the marsh’s grim tableau. Conveniently–perhaps ominously–Selena’s blueblood employers are nowhere to be found, and their estate’ s jittery caretaker raises hackles. But Milo’s instincts and Alex’s insight are too well-honed to settle for easy answers, even given the dark secrets in this troubled man’s past. Their investigation unearths disturbing layers–about victims, potential victims, and suspects alike–plunging even deeper into the murky marsh’s enigmatic depths.Bizarre details of the crimes suggest a devilish serial killer prowling L.A.’s gritty streets. But when a new murder deviates from the pattern, derailing a possible profile, Alex and Milo must look beyond the suspicion of madness and consider an even more sinister mind at work. Answers don’t come easy, but the darkest of drives and desires may fuel the most devious of foes.Bones is classic Kellerman–relentlessly peeling back the skin and psyches of its characters and revealing the shadows and sins of the souls beneath. With jolt after jolt of galvanizing suspense, it drives the reader through its twists and turns toward a climax as satisfying as it is shattering.From the Hardcover edition.

Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Jonathan Kellerman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than three dozen bestselling crime novels, including the Alex Delaware series, The Butcher’s Theater, Billy Straight, The Conspiracy Club, Twisted, and True Detectives.

Bones: An Alex Delaware Novel, Book 23. Written by Jonathan Kellerman. Kellerman has worked his magic again in this chilling masterpiece. The anonymous caller has an ominous tone and an unnerving message about something "real dead. Narrated by John Rubinstein. buried in your marsh. The eco-volunteer on the other end of the phone thinks it's a prank, but when a young woman's body turns up in . s Bird Marsh preserve no one's laughing. And when the bones of more victims surface, homicide detective Milo Sturgis realizes the city's under siege to an insidious killer. Milo's first move: calling in psychologist Alex Delaware.

Kellerman's books are always good and this one was no exception. The story was enjoyable, but it is not one that I would re-read. There was no character development for Alex and Milo, and Robin was a very minor character in this book. While there are some twists and turns to the plot, the ending was not a surprise. I read the Alex Delaware-Milo Sturgis novels from time to time.

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Bones by Jonathan Kellerman, read by John Rubinstein. 4 years ago 4 years ago. Mystery & Suspense. But Milo’s instincts and Alex’s insight are too well-honed to settle for easy answers, even given the dark secrets in this troubled man’s past. Their investigation unearths disturbing layers–about victims, potential victims, and suspects alike–plunging even deeper into the murky marsh’s enigmatic depths. Bones is classic Kellerman–relentlessly peeling back the skin and psyches of its characters and revealing the shadows and sins of the souls beneath.

John Arthur Rubinstein (born December 8, 1946) is an American Broadway and television actor, a composer of film and theater music, and a director in theater and television. Rubinstein was born in Los Angeles, the son of Polish parents

John Arthur Rubinstein (born December 8, 1946) is an American Broadway and television actor, a composer of film and theater music, and a director in theater and television. Rubinstein was born in Los Angeles, the son of Polish parents. His mother, Aniela (née Młynarska), a dancer and writer, was a Roman Catholic native of Warsaw, the daughter of conductor Emil Młynarski. His father was Polish-born concert pianist Arthur Rubinstein

Talk about Bones (Alex Delaware, No. 23)


Dont_Wory
I am a fan of Kellerman. Two main characters, Alex and Milo, make the story but this book bothered me. Usually Alex and Milo can pick the bad guy quickly and then the story goes around bringing justice to all. However they went after a character right from the get go who I knew was not the
bad guy. I, at times, would talk to the book being so upset at how Alex and Milo were soooo wrong. The end of the story was a disappointment too.
I knew that the plan to get the real bad guy was a disaster waiting to happen, and it was. Not one of his best.
Iriar
Alex Delaware returns in another Jonathan Kellerman detective novel. At this point in the series, the books are essentially police procedurals. Earlier books in the series had Alex working, and sometimes receiving help from Milo Sturgis, a police detective who works on the West Side in LA. Now, Milo is the detective, of course, and every time he has a case that is a "mystery" he invites Alex along. As an aside, in a future book Alex tells you the chief of police tried to hire him full-time to run the department's psych unit, so perhaps that explains the access Alex has when he tails along after Milo.

In the current book, Milo has been handed an absolute disaster: someone's discovered a group of dead bodies in a marsh to the west of the city, land that's been hopefully slated for development, and also for preservation as a wilderness preserve. A militant environmentalist watches over the site, along with a kid doing community service, and the kid is tipped that there are bodies in the marsh via a phone message. Later, the bodies of several women are discovered, all missing one hand, and all facing in the same direction.

Milo enlists the help of a young detective who works out of the same station house as he, and so we're introduced to the Reed brothers. Moe is younger, and Aaron is older, having left the department and set out on his own as a private eye; the trick is that though they share a mother, their fathers were different, and so Aaron is black, Moe white. This makes for some interesting interplay between the two characters, and it also leads to True Detectives, which features the two of them as main characters.

I liked this book, but not spectacularly. It's not Kellerman's worst book, it's not his best either. It'd be good on a beach somewhere, I would imagine.
Leceri
Full disclosure - I am a Kellerman/Delaware fan. This, like most of the books in the series, is a travelogue through the twisted mind of those with what most would call unnatural inclinations. That said, the story is well written with and typical cast of regular characters - principally the psychiatrist Alex Delaware the police Lieutenant Milo Sturges - work their way through a varied cast of characters on the way to the solution. As is the case with others in this series the jouney makes for an enjoyable read and comes hightly recommended.
Yozshujind
Bones is a story about wealth, greed, sex and exploitation of the weak. The mystery begins with the discovery of a lovely wooden box purchased in a storage unit auction. The box contains tiny, polished bones. Dr. Delaware and Milo must solve the mystery of the bones and well as four more bodies found in a protected wetland reserve which are related to the box. As always, the search covers L.A., it's grittier areas contrasted with the exclusive neighborhoods of the rich and powerful. The brilliant team always solve the mystery, but in this case there was so much cruelty and collateral damage that the ending felt a little empty.
LØV€ YØỮ
This book is fairly good but not one of my favorites. The earlier books are better. At least there was plenty Milo and not too much Robin. For me the mystery wasn't gripping.
DART-SKRIMER
The secret of these books is the character development. Everyone who enters Alex and Mill's stage is drawn with detail a d a somewhat reluctant compassion.
Tolrajas
This is one of my top 5 authors and my favorite series of police procedurals. The characters are wonderful as always in a Kellerman novel. I am rereading his books in order on Kindle because I love Kindle better than paper books, quite a transition.

This specific case does seem more settled than some of the earlier cases. The passion in the writing remains strong. I hope he never stops writing.
Great pace unlike some of the other editions in the Delaware series the action was not slowed by over description or the annoying on and off romance of Alex and robin. Milo took center stage as he trained detective reed the ups and downs of a whodunit in l.a.. This is a well-written book I recommend it.