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The Conspiracy Club (Large Print)
The Conspiracy Club - Large Print
Author: Jonathan Kellerman
ISBN-13: 9780375432361
ISBN-10: 0375432361
Publication Date: 11/25/2003
Pages: 544
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Random House Large Print
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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Helpful Score: 6
This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.)

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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Helpful Score: 4
Anyone who has read one of Johathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware mysteries knows a treat is in store between the pages of any novel bearing his name. In The Conspiracy Club we are introduced to another doctor, Jeremy Carrier. Unlike Delaware, Carrier is a loner who seems to work 'against' the police rather than with them; and in this novel more than any of his other books I've read there is an almost ploding pace established from chapter one. On I read, frequently muttering "Let's get on with it!", and yet on I read...Kellerman is such a masterful writer that one can hardly put him down, whatever the pace. And of course, in the end he does not disappoint. I've not offered any details of the story, have I? I don't plan to. This is a book one should go into without even reading the back cover...let Kellerman weave his cloth around you, let the details come at you at HIS pace, and (in my humble opinion) enjoy this book all the more. A very satisfying read.
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.)

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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Helpful Score: 3
This excellent book introduces a new, young psychologist, Dr. Jeremy Carrier. (One of the few Kellerman books that does not use Alex Delaware) Dr. Carrier had a brief affair with a nurse, Jocelyn Banks, which ended abruptly by her kidnapping and subsequent murder. The boyfriend is always the first suspect! This is true for Carrier When another woman is murdered in a similar fashion, the police detective again looks at Carrier. During the investigation an eccentric physician, Dr. Arthur Chess, takes an interest in Carrier. He invites him to a late-night supper attended by four other guests, all of whom have mysterious backgrounds. Carrier gets the impression that he is there to be observed and evaluated. Following the supper a series of strange messages and seemingly unconnected articles begin arriving for Carrier on the hospital message system. Carrier is a empathetic psychologist, a master at sharing emotion with his patients, but he is no detective; however, to clear himself of suspicion before the true murderer strikes another woman close to him, he must solve the crime. Kellerman, a master of suspence, has done it again. We will surely see Dr. Carrier in future Kelleman novels.
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after the breakup of a romance with a nurse who is kidnapped and murdered,psychologist, jeremy, is eyed by police as a suspect. he buries himself in his work. more murders ensue. his is again suspect.
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After a bibt of a slow start, the pace quickens and then hold on! Dr. Carrier's girlfriend is murdered. He throws himself into his work when a retired doctor begins to befriend him. About the same time, Dr. Carrier meets another young lady and is becoming involved with her and thinks she may be in danger from the same person who murdered his previous girlfriend. While all this is going on, a police detective is hounding Dr. Carrier suspecting him in the death of his girlfriend.
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A psychologist at City Central Hospital, Jeremy Carrier, is attempting to put his life back together after the brutal murder of his girlfriend, Jocelyn, when he is approached by elderly Dr. Arthur Chess with an offer of friendship. Jeremy, still too traumatized by Jocelyn's death to attempt even the most casual of relationships, initially rejects Chess's solicitation. After further conversation, he accepts an invitation to an elegant dinner at a very private club with Chess and five other older men and women of high intellectual and social rank, all of whom have an extreme interest in crime and the nature of evil. Just as a halting, tentative rapport with fellow doctor Angela Rios begins to develop, Jeremy receives the first in a series of mysterious, anonymous messages. By piecing these messages together with other clues from Dr. Chess, he comes to understand that someone is trying to point him toward the killer of his beloved Jocelyn and a number of other local women.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great book! This is a psychological thriller. Kept me reading until it was finished!
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I just could not put this down. I loved it! Great characters!!!
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Psychologist Jeremy Carrier's girlfriend was brutally murdered and the police are looking at him as a suspect. Following clues that mysteriously show up in his office mail, he chases down leads of a serial killer. Enjoyable read!
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Dr Jeremy Carrier is devastated when his lover is kidnapped and murdered. After more women are murdered and turning up in the same way of his lover, he decides to follow the deadly trail of the murderer. A modern day Jack the Ripper. Oh, did I mention that Jeremy is a suspect?
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when his passionate romance with nurse Jocelyn Banks is cut short by her kidnapping and brutal murder, psyhologist Jeremy Carter is left emotionally devasted. To escape the pain, he buries himself in his work at City Central Hospital-only to be drawn deeper into a waking nightmare when more women turn up murdered in the same gruesome fashion as Jocelyn. As the suspicion surrounding Jeremy intensifies, the only way for him to prove his innocence and put his torment to rest is to follow the deadly trail of a modern-day Jack the Ripper.
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The kidnapping and murder of psychologist Jeremy Carter's fiancee has driven himn to bury himself in his work, while the police look at him as a viable suspect. When more murders, with the same gruesome pattern,occur, his only means of clearing himself is to find the real killer.
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When his passionate romance with nurse Jocelyn Banks is cut short by her kidnapping and brutal murder, young psychologist Jeremy Carrier is left emotionally devastated, haunted by his lover's grisly demise - and eyed warily by police still seeking a prime suspect in the slaying. To escape the pain, he buries himself in his work at city Central Hospital - only to be drawn deeper into a waking nightmare when more women turn up murdered in the same gruesome fashion as Jocelyn. As the suspicion surrounding Jeremy intensifies, the only way for him to prove his innocence and put his torment to rest is to follow the deadly trail of a modern-day Jack the Ripper.
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When his passionate romance with nurse Jocelyn Banks is cut short by her kidnapping and brutal murder, young psychologist Jeremy Carrier is left emotionally devastated, haunted by his lover's grisly demise-and eyed warily by police still seeking a prime suspect in the slaying. To escape the pain, he buries himself in his work at City Central Hospital-only to be drawn deeper into a waking nightmare when more women turn up murdered in the same gruesome fasion as Jocelyn As the suspicion surrounding Jeremy intensifies, the only way for him to prove his innocence and put his torment to rest is to follow the deadly trail of a modern-day Jack the Ripper.
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Helpful Score: 1
A clever and intricate psychological thriller. A good read.
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A good read. Typical Kellerman but not as engaging as the Alex Delaware series.
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Not Alex Delaware but a good story with many twists.
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Very good story.
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In this Kellerman novvel, a new hero will hold you spellbound. A young psychologist, unschooled in violent crime and evil in thrust into a chilling hunt for a 21st centuy Jack the Ripper.
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This was a good suspenseful book.
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Anything by Jonathan Kellerman is going to be a great read, and this one is no exception! If you are looking for a book that you can't wait to get back to, pick up this copy!
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This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.) I listened to the unabridged cassette version. Perhaps this abridged version will move with a little more alacrity.

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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Loved this book. This is the first Jonathon Kellerman I've read that's doesn't have "dr. delaware" in it, and I was pleasantly surprised. Lot's o' suspence.
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Not as riveting as some of his books, but a great read none-the-less
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This is different for Kellerman. I am a voracious fan a the Alex Delaware series, this departure was an adaquate who-dunit, maybe others will have better luck.
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This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.) I listened to the unabridged cassette version. Perhaps this abridged version will move with a little more alacrity.

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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Murder mystery about an emotionally devastated psychologist who is forced to track down a modern Jack-the-Ripper type. Interesting, fast moving.
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It took me well over half the book to get into the plot. It was almost boring. The clues came so slowly. It was never explained how the "club" knew who the killer was which kind of left me in the air and why was Jeremy picked..because of the death of his girlfried? This is the first book by Kellerman that I have read and I was not that impressed.
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A different Kellerman. Not Alex Delaware, not L.A., but still in the psychological drama genre.
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I have been a big fan or Kellerman's but this one just moved too slow.
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This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.)

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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Why is Dr.Carrier being invited to a mysterious dinner with a group obsesses with expedience over virtue?
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Great book...............love the suspense. This is my VERY VERY FAVORITE BOOK!!
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This book is different from the Alex Deleware series. A bit slow, hard to follow at times, however the ending did not disappoint! Kellerman is a master of mystery!
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Thriller about a young psychologist, Jeremy Carier, whose nurse is murdered. He burys himself in work at a hospital but there are other murders and he sets out to find the modern day Jack the Ripper.
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This was a strange story. I didn't like it, yet was intrigued enough not to stop reading. Different.
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This book was an interesting experience. I am accustomed to the Alex Delaware series, which I do not adore, but find to be interesting enough to read at about one a year. This is a bit different, but you can certainly tell it's still Jonathan Kellerman at the helm.

Here we have a hospital staff psychologist, Jeremy Carrier, somewhat of a loner, whose hot girlfriend nurse is killed. Of course, suspicion falls on Dr. Carrier, and a big clod of a police detective makes no bones about his suspicions.

Then, slowly, carefully, things begin to happen. Jeremy is befriended for no apparent reason by an elderly retired pathologist who still works part-time. Anonymous medical journal articles and old news clippings start appearing in his interoffice mail. He's invited to a sedately bizarre dinner with a small club of elderly, highly intelligent, very successful retirees. Never do we know why this is happening or even exactly what is happening.

It's all very mysterious--as befits a mystery, eh?

Other reviewers mostly used the word "slow" to describe the plot. A few perhaps pace-sensing-challenged reviewers said it went really fast. Fast like a lightning-fast turtle, maybe; not much faster. (It's a testament to Kellerman's talent that he can make a turtle's pace seem fast to some.)

Stick with it. All will be revealed. Well, almost all. I never did really understand why the person who was behind all the anonymous tips felt it necessary to slowly lead Dr. Carrier to the solution of the mystery rather than just calling the police and telling them. While the good-guy mastermind was messing with Dr. Carrier's mind, a couple of extra people were killed by the bad guy, which seemed to go unnoticed in the explanations at the end.

Anyway, if you're a Kellerman junkie, read this, but know going in that it will be different, it will be slow, and it will be a bit frustrating and puzzling. But it will be rewarding.
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It took me well over half the book to get into the plot. It was almost boring. The clues came so slowly. It was never explained how the "club" knew who the killer was which kind of left me in the air and why was Jeremy picked..because of the death of his girlfried? This is the first book by Kellerman that I have read and I was not that impressed.
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Loved it. I do love, so far everything that I have read by Kellerman. This book was a little disconcerting, because I chose it before I noticed it wasn't a Delaware. After I got past that, it proved to be another excellent book, by one of my favorite authors. The plot was good and twisty, while leaving clues that could have been figured out, although I didn't. It cast suspicion all around, which I always find enjoyable, and the hero was mostly believable.
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Modern day Jack-the-Ripper done in the Kellerman style.
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Another gripping phsych thriller by Kellerman.
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Great read!

Book got a little wet. It's not falling apart, but is wrinkled.
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Jonathan Kellerman at his best.
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not the usual Kellerman a great read
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Although I prefer Kellerman's Alex Delaware novels, I was pleasantly surprised at how interesting this book was. I definitely recommend it!
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"AN UNNERVING, HIGHLY CINEMATIC PLOT...[Kellerman has] headed off into different terrain...with striking success in this latest quick-witted outing." --Janet Maslin, The NEw York Times

When his passionate romance with nurse Jocelyn Banks is cut short by her kidnapping and brutal murder, young psychologist Jeremy Carrier is left emotionally devastated, haunted by his lover's grisly demise--and eyed warily by police still seeking a prime suspect in the slaying. To escape the pain, he buries himself in his work at City Central Hospital--only to be drawn deeper into a waking nightmare when more women turn up murdered in the same gruesome fashion as Jocelyn. As the suspicion surrounding Jeremy intensifies, the only way for him to prove his innocence and put his torment to rest is to follow the deadly trail of a modern-day Jack the Ripper.
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A good read, a little slow to start but after the first 20 or so pages it picks right up.
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Quick read,
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An average book although a "New York Times Bestseller". I am assuming the draw is the genre which combines mystery, suspense and some aspects of a thriller.
I felt the book was slow at first. The characters were not three-dimensional. In the end I read it through and thought the plot was interesting.
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This was a great read.
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A bit presumptious in writing style, somewhat light in comparison to other novels by Kellerman.
An entertaining, quick read with an exiciting and unexpected conclusion.
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Love him, loved this book
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Not one of his best efforts in my opinion but a solid read nonetheless.
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I enjoyed this book although it wasn\'t exactly a \"thriller\", it was worth the read.
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This is a great book, lots of mystery ,suspense,A very good read. One of Kellermans best I believe. It is also in Large print.
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Alex Delaware series. These are really good mysteries.
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5 cd's. Pretty good.
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This will grab you and you will not want to let go.
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Great book
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when romance is cutshort by kidnapping and murder young jeramy is left emotionally devastated but must find a way to prove his innocense
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A good Kellerman novel. Keeps you quickly turning pages. A number of different mysteries going on at the same time. Don't miss it if you're a Kellerman fan.
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Attention grabbing story of a modern-day Jack the Ripper
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As usual, a great Kellerman thriller.
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Great book
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The author keeps the thrills coming with a twist at the end.
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slight, like most of the recent Kellerman's, but the premise is different enough to maintain interest. Nice quick read.
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Not part of the Alex Delaware or Petra Connor series; still has the intelligent suspense typical of Kellerman.
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I liked it, but it's not an Alex Delaware book. Don't get me wrong, it was good, but just not what I was looking for.
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Another good read by Jonathan Kellerman; keeps you wanting to read his stories.
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What a great, wonderful, fantastic, and favorite book of mine!
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This book was a page turner!!!!! I stayed up all night to finish it. One of the best Kellerman books I've ever read. HIGHLY recommend this book!
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**** Great psychological thriller!
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This one is not an Alex Delaware mystery, but it's still a good read by Kellerman.
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"Kellerman weaves a taut, densely plotted whodunnit about one doctor's brush with loss...and murder. Gripping, intricately plotted."
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It is a quick and interesting read...I enjoyed it.
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When his passionate romance with nurse Jocelyn Banks is cut short by her kidnapping and brutal murder, young psychologist Jeremy Carrier is left emotionally devastated, haunted by his lover's grisly demise-and eyed warily by police still seeking a prime suspect in the slaying.

To escape the pain, he buries himself in his work at City Central Hospital-only to be drawn deeper into a waking nightmare when more women turn up murdered in the same gruesome fashion as Jocelyn. As the suspicion surrounding Jeremy intensifies, the only way for him to prove his innocence and put his torment to rest is to follow the deadly trail of a modern-day Jack the Ripper.

Wow, Kellerman is such a great read. It's non-stop action in this novel of his and one that will keep you turning the pages until the last page. Do yourself a favor, and start this book when you have time to finish it.
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Very exciting
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average murder mstrey
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Gripping, but a bit brutal/gory/scary.
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Eerie..another who done it..hospital local...and murder....
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Pretty good.
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Its a real good mystery read!!!
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This is a Book of the Month Club edition of the best seller. The difference is that it is smaller in size than the origignal hardcover. The contents are the same.