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With scores of millions of books in print translation into two dozen languages and one of the most popular heroes in contemporary fiction to his name New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman is the uneuivocal “master of the psychological thriller” People In his newest novel Kellerman delivers a tour de force–poignant dark and chilling–that illuminates a shadowy world where impulse rulesTanya Bigelow was a solemn little girl when Dr Alex Delaware successfully treated her obsessive compulsive symptoms Now at nineteen she still seems older t. I honestly couldn t even finish this book As a psychology student who likes mystery I thought this was a sure thing Unfortunately that wasn t the case I felt the writing was sub par and as a result I didn t feel very attached to the characters I haven t completely lost hope Maybe I ll try a different one of Kellerman s books because it seems like he has fans out there

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Vaguest details psychologist and cop follow a trail twisting from LA’s sleaziest low rent districts to its overblown mansions retracing Patty and Tanya’s nomadic and increasingly puzzling life to the doorsteps of a sullen heroin addict a randy real estate broker and a brilliant enigmatic physics student Suddenly a very real murder tears open a terrifying tunnel into the past where secrets–and bodies–are buried As the tension mounts Delaware and Sturgis uncover a tangled history of desperation vengeance and death–a legacy of evil that refuses to die. I like Alex and Milo but this story was uninteresting and formulaic The only thing that rescues it is the familiar characters that I still like

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Han her years–but her problems go beyond hyper maturity Patty Bigelow Tanya’s aunt and adoptive mother has made a deathbed confession of murder and urged the young woman to seek Delaware’s help The doctor recalls Patty as a selfless ER nurse struggling to raise a child on her own–a woman seemingly incapable of the “terrible thing” she has admitted But for Tanya’s peace of mind Delaware agrees to investigate and he enlists LAPD detective Milo Sturgis in the search for the phantom victim of a crime that may never have occurredArmed with only the. Jonathan Kellerman has set the bar for psychological thrillers and he s set it high Unfortunately Obsession the latest in the Alex Delaware series falls short of his previous achievements While the usual elements are there a previous client needs help and Delaware and his detective pal Milo Sturgis jump to the rescue things feel a bit stale Everything is just a bit tepid Their reason for becoming involved in the mystery a dying reuest from Sturgis lover s co worker is tenuous at best Because there is no immediate crime to investigate just the suspicion of one things start off slow And the character development seems to stagnate Robin Delaware s live in love is a mere two dimensional place holder with no personality of her own and nothing new about Delaware s or Sturgis personalities is revealed The young girl they re interceding on behalf of is annoying and simple does this college aged girl REALLY call her mother Mommy ALL the time I wanted her to be guilty of something just because she bugged me so much Bad news when the reader is cheering for culpability on the part of the who s supposed to be protected All in all a decently plotted and written mystery but that spark of excitement and frisson of fear that accompanies most of Kellerman s books is missing


10 thoughts on “Obsession

  1. says:

    I hate myself for loving Jonathan Kellerman He's the literary euvalent of potato chips addictive tasty and with no nutritional value This is a good exemplar of his work

  2. says:

    Meh Two and a half stars probablyIt's okay but only because Kellerman is an accomplished author and knows how to tell a tale but his characters are all seeming well stale Nothing is new here I didn't really guess who dunnit but I also didn't care a lot His villian in this one is just plain gross which is typical Kellerman and could have been plucked whole from any other Kellerman novel The woman that Milo and Alex set out to hel

  3. says:

    I honestly couldn't even finish this book As a psychology student who likes mystery I thought this was a sure thing Unfortunately that wasn't the case I felt the writing was sub par and as a result I didn't feel very attached to the character

  4. says:

    Jonathan Kellerman has set the bar for psychological thrillers and he's set it high Unfortunately Obsession the latest in the Alex Delaware series falls short of his previous achievements While the usual elements are there a previous client needs help and Delaware and his detective pal Milo Sturgis jump to the rescue things feel a bit stale Everything is just a bit tepid Their reason for becoming involved in the mystery a dying re

  5. says:

    As a long time fan of both Jonathan Kellerman and Alex Delaware OBSESSION does not disappoint As I was immersed once again into another case of past meeting present I was reminded of how much I love these characters When Dr Delaware

  6. says:

    I really didn't like this book very much It moved slowly and had characters than I could manage I continue to love Alex Delaware and like following his relationships with Robin and his friend Sturgis This book introduces a new puppy in their

  7. says:

    Like the title of this installment of the Delaware series I have a tiny bit of obsession too; mine is with the audio books of this series nar

  8. says:

    When one of Dr Delaware's former patients contacts him with a mystery her dying adoptive mother confessed to a terrible deed and both he and the daughter can't believe she'd be the type to commit a crime So Alex and Milo work together to solv

  9. says:

    I like Alex and Milo but this story was uninteresting and formulaic The only thing that rescues it is the familiar characters that I still like

  10. says:

    Obsession is an Dr Alex Delaware and LA Detective Milo Sturgis novel I have read several in this series but this one didn't appeal to me as much as others in the series The communication between Alex and Milo is short on words and long on meaning I would have rather this depth be further explored These two characters are like an old married

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