Read Breakdown (Alex Delaware #31) Online Free - In #1 New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman’s thrilling new blockbuster Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis investigate the murder of a Hollywood actress pushed to the limits of sanity.
Psychologist sleuth Alex Delaware is surprised to get the call when well-known TV actress Zelda Chase turns up half-naked, half-mad in the LA’s rural Westside. He has little connection to the starlet, save a psychiatric evaluation he performed on her adopted son several years ago, a child who has since vanished without a trace and whom Zelda refuses to talk about. When the actress turns up dead a few weeks later without a scratch on her, Delaware calls in police lieutenant Milo Sturgis to help him crack the case—or at least the wall of silence surrounding it. When the body of a second actress turns up with the same mysterious cause of death, Delaware and Sturgis start to wonder—is this a copycat case or a coincidence? When they uncover the death of another actress, a star from another era who vanished decades ago, never to be found, they realize they’re facing one of their most baffling, mind-bending cases yet.
|Title||:||Breakdown (Alex Delaware #31)|
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May 10, 2016
Breakdown , the 31st book in Jonathan Kellerman’s Alex Delaware Series, featuring psychologist Alex Delaware and Detective Milo Sturgis solving crimes together in LA is not a bad addition to this series (which I have read most if not all of the books)….but then it’s not exactly one of those “wow”...
February 18, 2016
Breakdown by Jonathan Kellerman is a 2016 Ballantine Books publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
It’s curious, to me at least, that as a life -long voracious reader, I have only remained loyal to a few authors or series. I...
January 30, 2016
When psychologist Alex Delaware was contacted by a psychiatrist friend, Lou Sherman, he had no idea he would eventually be led into a mess of intrigue and murder. Lou requested he evaluate the five year old son of an actress – Zelda Chase was showing signs of mania and he needed to know if Ovid w...
April 03, 2017
This is a good whodunnit. Not great, but entertaining, especially if you like Psychologists as a main character. This is a good linear progression towards the truth. At times, just like any good investigation, it feels as if there are too many extraneous characters that I know nothing about... bu...
February 15, 2016
This is Alex Delaware #31 now – that is an incredible body of work especially when you look at the standard throughout – ok there has been the occasional dip but for the most part these have been engaging, intriguing and brilliant reads, Breakdown being no exception.
I’m hugely fond of these chara...
January 06, 2016
Did Jonathan Kellerman start two different novels – one about Alex Delaware’s search for an eleven year old he had treated years before - and the other the search for a mentally ill, aspiring actress with little talent and her murderer – and then shuffled them together?
That’s the way it seems to...
February 17, 2016
Lately, I've been caught up in moving to a new home (well, new to me and my husband) and trying to keep on top of reviews of books I've received at no cost from publishers in exchange for reviews. So far, those books have been nothing short of stellar, but I admit it's more than a teeny bit stres...
January 18, 2016
This is the 31st book in the Alex Delaware series by author Jonathan Kellerman.
I enjoy reading a large range of authors, predominantly Mystery and Thriller writers so I can safely say that Jonathan Kellerman has been on my to read list for quite sometime. He is a well established author who creat...
March 02, 2017
Good main story line: Dr. Alex Delaware is the only connection to a crazy woman found on the grounds of a Bel Air mansion, because many years prior he had evaluated her son to see whether his then-eccentric TV actress mother was taking proper care of him. After a short period of evaluation, Alex...
January 29, 2016
As Alex and Milo investigate Zelda's death and her missing son, they seem to be continually grasping at straws, always trying to find something - anything - to help them make progress before they're forced to move on. (It helps, of course, that Alex is pretty wealthy and not hampered by things li...