This is a really good pair of novellas, apparently written by Jonathan and Faye Kellerman together with their individual characters from their own books playng cameo roles. The second one, in Nashville, is, I think, particularly good---the characters of the two cops are great. I hope this pair write some more of these joint stories!
Two thrillers in one book, featuring the signature sleuths of authors Faye and Jonathan Kellerman. One story is set in Berkeley, CA and one in Nashville, TN
This book covers two Crimes set in two different cities.....the first is "My Sister's Keeper:" Berkeley and the second is "Music City Breakdown: Nashville". A pair of original crime thrillers, rich in atmosphere and featuring appearances by the authors' signature heroes: LAPD lieutenant Peter Decker and psychologist sleuth Dr. Alex Delaware. Capital Crimes is page-turning, psychologically resonant suspense....just what we've come to expect from two of the world's most successful crime writers.
good book hard to put down
What could be better than the two Kellerman's teaming up to write two mysteries? This book got some bad reviews but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I cared about the characters and found the mysteries involving. Peter Decker and Alex Delaware? How can you go wrong?
This was an excellent and fast read. Two of the best - doing what they do best. Although this is two short stories in one book, the authors are still at their finest. Anyone who starts one of the stories should plan to have time to finish it - you won't want to put it down.
Two novellas in this book; a collaboration between the Kellermans. Both are good stories but I liked Music City Breakdown better. Character development was better in it. A surprise ending too in both of them!
Great stories by both Kellerman's. I enjoyed My sisters keeper better than Music City Breakdown.
It's not often that two of my favorite authors cooperate on a book. It was fun to see their differing approaches.
Two very fast paced novellas, by two wonderful authors, together makes a great book.
Two books for the price of one