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Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
October 27, 2008 - Amy Phelps
Alex Delaware is back in New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman's "Bones."
An anonymous caller's message about something being buried in an environmentalist's marsh kicks off the latest thriller from Kellerman. Detective Milo Sturgis is called in when more than one body is found and brings his friend and psychologist Alex Delaware to the scene. There they find multiple bodies and bones of victims, and all but the most recent are assumed to be local prostitutes. The body left to be found is that of a former piano prodigy turned teacher to a wealthy family's son, but the investigation finds the young woman was tied to something sinister - and may have been what had gotten her killed. As Delaware and Sturgis investigate the world of the priviledged and the secrets they keep, they find a twisted underground world of perverse pleasures and the work of a madman.
Kellerman's books are always a thrilling treat - full of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the very last page and this book is no exception. You'll be staying up late to read this one.
"Bones" is published by Ballantine Books. It is $27 and 353 pages long.
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