Alex Delaware

by 6 books in this series
#34 - The Wedding Guest
#34 - The Wedding Guest
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Jonathan Kellerman’s legendary thrillers have sold over 80 million copies.
This might be his best yet.

An uninvited guest. A missing identity. A trail of deadly secrets.

When a horrified bridesmaid finds the body of a young woman at a wedding reception, it makes the bride and groom’s choice of a Saints and Sinners theme all the more macabre.

There are no means of identification and nobody knows the victim.

The bride is convinced someone is trying to sabotage her big day. The groom is sure it’s a dreadful mistake.

It’s up to brilliant psychologist Alex Delaware and LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis to uncover the truth. They have a hundred guests to question, and a strong suspicion that the motive for murder is personal…

The party’s over.
AND THE HUNT FOR THE KILLER IS ON.
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'Jonathan Kellerman's new crime thriller delivers a killer wedding in more ways than one ... a thoroughly engaging whodunit'
CULTUREFLY
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Jonathan Kellerman's readers love The Wedding Guest:

‘Unputdownable!’
‘The book ticks all of the boxes and does not disappoint’
‘It has to be 5 stars!’
‘This book had me gripped throughout’
‘Always a thrill to read Mr Kellerman’s work and this did not disappoint’
‘I devoured it in one sitting’
#35 - The Museum of Desire
#35 - The Museum of Desire
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ONE WILD PARTY. FOUR COUNTS OF MURDER.

A mansion in Beverly Hills is leased out to host an event wild enough to herald the end of days.

The next day there isn’t a living soul to be seen. In the driveway sits a super-stretch limo, unlocked, with four bodies inside it. Nothing links the victims together. Each has been killed in a different way.

Now it’s up to brilliant psychologist Alex Delware and LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis to begin their grisliest and most baffling case yet.

As they struggle to make sense of the mass slaying, they will be forced to confront a level of evil that nothing can prepare them for.


Praise for Jonathan Kellerman’s New York Times No. 1 bestselling thrillers:

‘Sophisticated, cleverly plotted and satisfying’ Sunday Telegraph

‘High-octane entertainment’ The Times

‘Exceptionally exciting’ New York Times

#36 - Serpentine
#36 - Serpentine
NO WITNESSES. NO EVIDENCE. NO MOTIVE . . .

When Ellie Barker was three years old, her mother was found in a torched Cadillac, overturned on Mulholland Drive, with a bullet in her head.

Many detectives had tried and failed to solve the case.

Decades later, still desperate for answers, Ellie hires LAPD homicide lieutenant Milo Sturgis, who calls in the expertise of brilliant psychologist Alex Delaware, to investigate.

But as the two begin digging, they soon discover a string of dangerous threats still lurking in the present . . .

Praise for Jonathan Kellerman's New York Times No. 1 bestselling thrillers:

'Sophisticated, cleverly plotted and satisfying' Sunday Telegraph

'High-octane entertainment' The Times

'Exceptionally exciting' New York Times
#37 - City of the Dead
#37 - City of the Dead
The electrifying new Alex Delaware thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling master of suspense.

At 5am in the upscale neighbourhood of Westwood Village, two removal men are making a routine pick-up when they make a fatal hit. It's a man - who appeared from nowhere - naked and with no means of identification.

Not long after, a woman is found dead in a house nearby, which neighbours suspect to be a brothel. Could the man have come from there?

When LAPD homicide lieutenant Milo Sturgis calls brilliant psychologist Alex Delaware is called to the scene, the case gets even more complicated. Delaware has met the woman before. She's a psychologist too.

Are the two deaths linked? Or is there a darker force at work?
#38 - Unnatural History
#38 - Unnatural History
A gripping new crime novel featuring Alex Delware from the bestselling master of suspense.

When a photographer is found inside an LA warehouse slumped in bed, shot to death, it sets in motion a complex and dangerous case for Lieutenant Milo Sturgis and Psychologist Alex Delaware.

The victim had just received rave media attention for his latest project - images of homeless people living out their 'dreams'. But there were many who saw the work as crass exploitation.

Did anger turn to homicidal rage? Or do the roots of violence reach down to the victim's own family?

As new murders arise, Alex and Milo must peel back the layers of the case - and will find themselves coming up against in one of the deadliest threats they've ever faced...
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Praise for Jonathan Kellerman's New York Times No. 1 bestselling thrillers:

'Sophisticated, cleverly plotted and satisfying' Sunday Telegraph

'High-octane entertainment' The Times

'Exceptionally exciting' New York Times

'Jonathan Kellerman has delivered the goods again, adding another instalment to a series that shows no sign of running out of stea' Shots Magazine


Jonathan Kellerman, New York Times bestseller, February 2024
#39 - The Ghost Orchid
#39 - The Ghost Orchid
'A novel full of surprises' Sunday Times
'A cracker' Peterborough Telegraph
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Some secrets are worth killing for.

In an upscale Bel Air property, two lovers are found dead in a swimming pool. The man is the playboy heir to a business empire, and the woman is his even wealthier married neighbour.

An illicit affair is the perfect motive. But the house is untouched - no forced entry, no forensic evidence - and so LAPD homicide lieutenant Milo Sturgis and asks psychologist Alex Delaware to help unpick the case.

It quickly becomes clear that both victims had troubled pasts. Now Alex and Milo must confront LA's darkest side as they unravel a trail of deadly secrets . . .
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Praise for Jonathan Kellerman's New York Times No.1 bestselling thrillers:


'Sophisticated, cleverly plotted and satisfying' Sunday Telegraph

'
High-octane entertainment' The Times

'Exceptionally exciting' New York Times

'Jonathan Kellerman has delivered the goods again, adding another instalment to a series that shows no sign of running out of steam' Shots Magazine

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