Night Moves (Alex Delaware, #33) by Jonathan Kellerman

Night Moves (Alex Delaware, #33)

A disturbing murder with shocking consequences sets in motion the new book in the #1 bestselling suspense series starring psychologist Alex Delaware and Detective Milo Sturgis.An affluent family returns home from Sunday dinner only to find the murdered and brutalized corpse of a total stranger in their house. This baffling, twisted tale tests Alex and Milo to their intellectual and emotional limits.


Details Night Moves (Alex Delaware, #33)

TitleNight Moves (Alex Delaware, #33)
ISBN9780345541468
Author
Release DateFeb 13th, 2018
PublisherBallantine Books
GenreFiction, Mystery
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Reviews Night Moves (Alex Delaware, #33)

  • Lilac Wolf
    1970-01-01
    Oh my GOD!!! How, after this many books, does this man still pull me in?Milo calls Alex in for yet another murder. I love how Alex isn't even pretending that he doesn't enjoy helping out. It's not that he likes the murder, he likes helping to solve the puzzle and knowing that he's doing something for the greater good. Plus he gets to hang with his best friend.I'll be honest, Alex is so vanilla. He sometimes drives me crazy. But I still like him. ...
  • Karin
    1970-01-01
    I won this in a Goodreads giveaway. It has been awhile since I had read an Alex Delaware novel, but this was what I have come to expect from Jonathan Kellerman. This book had a large cast of characters, which had me flipping back in the book a couple of times. But other than that it was a solid read from JK.
  • Dez Nemec
    1970-01-01
    I have read most if not all of Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware novels. I love Alex and Milo, although Blanche is probably my favorite character. When I saw this was a Delaware novel, I immediately requested the bookThe story starts immediately with a body, which I always appreciate. Right from the first sentence, Alex is rolling out to catch up with Milo. And what an interesting conundrum - a man is found with no face and his hands have been r...
  • Sharon
    1970-01-01
    Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for the advanced readers copy of the newest book in the series, in exchange for an honest review.I have been a fan of Mr. Kellerman’s, Alex Delaware series for many years.I love the relationship that exists between the 2 main characters, Alex Delaware and Miles Sturgis.I love how all of the murder mysteries that they are involved in are very complex, original and well thought out.This book did not disappoin...
  • Patricia Romero
    1970-01-01
    This is number 33 in the Alex Delaware Series and Kellerman keeps pulling me in. His writing style and my reading style mesh perfectly.Once you begin to read, you know you aren't stopping until the end. Alex and Milo have an easy-going friendship and working relationship. When Milo gets the call for this case, he calls Alex, as there are children traumatized as well as the adults who all came home to find a corpse in the den.Right from the beginn...
  • Dez Nemec
    1970-01-01
    I have read most if not all of Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware novels. I love Alex and Milo, although Blanche is probably my favorite character. When I saw this was a Delaware novel, I immediately requested the bookThe story starts immediately with a body, which I always appreciate. Right from the first sentence, Alex is rolling out to catch up with Milo. And what an interesting conundrum - a man is found with no face and his hands have been r...
  • Cheryl
    1970-01-01
    I had trouble focusing on this book because there were so many characters. The story was well written and fairly interesting with several changes in direction. I guess the combination of characters and direction is what held me back from giving this title a higher rating.
  • Elaine Tomasso
    1970-01-01
    I would like to thank Netgalley and Headline for an advance copy of Night Moves, the 33rd novel to feature psychologist Dr Alex Delaware and Lieutenant Milo Sturgis of the LAPD.Alex gets a late night call from Milo to consult on another strange case. The Corvin family have returned from a family dinner to find a dead body in their den. Shot in the face and missing his hands the body is not easily identifiable and the Corvins swear they don't know...
  • Lilac Wolf
    1970-01-01
    Oh my GOD!!! How, after this many books, does this man still pull me in?Milo calls Alex in for yet another murder. I love how Alex isn't even pretending that he doesn't enjoy helping out. It's not that he likes the murder, he likes helping to solve the puzzle and knowing that he's doing something for the greater good. Plus he gets to hang with his best friend.I'll be honest, Alex is so vanilla. He sometimes drives me crazy. But I still like him. ...
  • Vickie
    1970-01-01
    Can it really be that this is the 33rd novel featuring consulting psychologist Alex Delaware and unconventional homicide lieutenant Milo Sturgis?Having read all of them, I always look forward to the next, and this one did not disappoint.A faceless, handless body is discovered in the den of a family who is seemingly unrelated to the victim. As the investigation ensues, a second murder, a missing wife, family dysfunction, an eccentric neighbor and ...
  • Kathy
    1970-01-01
    I received this ARC through Good Reads giveaways. I am so glad I did! Jonathan Kellerman has made the 33rd Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis novel a must read. Even if you have never read any of the other books in the series this one will draw you in right away.Starting out with a dead body and the investigation and theories kicks into high gear. I love the way Alex and Milo throw out different theories from the beginning all the way until the end. ...
  • Cheryl
    1970-01-01
    I received an ARC of this book. I keep waiting for this series to get stale but it never does. This was another great entry. Alex has such depth. He and Milo are so different but they work so well together. We got to see supporting characters that I have come to love. The story was complex and kept me guessing. I did not figure it out until it was revealed by the author which I love. I really enjoyed the end which really showed the heart of the c...
  • Jeni Wilson
    1970-01-01
    I received an advanced copy of this book from #goodreadsgiveaways and man, was I ecstatic to receive it. In true Kellerman form this book kept me guessing until almost the very end. There were a few parts where it got a bit slow, but then redeemed itself and it was hard for me to put down. As always Alex and Milo work wonderfully as a team and have a great mix of humor and seriousness much like long term friends do and leaving you waiting for the...
  • Diane Saul
    1970-01-01
    I love the Alex Delaware series. This book starts right out with a dead body. The victim has been shot in the face and his hands have been removed, making identifying him difficult. The plot is intricate, moves along at a goodclip and will keep you interested. There are also quite a few twists in thestory that will keep you guessing. Thank you to net galley for an advancedreaders copy.
  • Darlene Holley
    1970-01-01
    Another really good Alex Delaware book by Jonathan Kellerman. This book just like all of his others will grab your attention and pull you into the story from the very beginning. I received my copy through goodreads first reads in exchange for my honest review.
  • Read InAGarden
    1970-01-01
    Kellerman does not disappoint in his latest Alex Delaware novel. This installment takes Alex and Milo on the trail of a killer who racks up dead bodies like they are loose change.
  • Helle Brown
    1970-01-01
    #Nightmoves by Jonathan Kellerman#NetGalley13 February 2018There’s nothing greater than a new book from Jonathan Kellerman other than getting it for free from #NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review. I don’t know how unbiased I can be since I have devoured all his books since they started coming out and I will probably end up buying this in hard cover because some books are just worth the hard cover. What can I say about this book: it...
  • Melody Morris
    1970-01-01
    Night Moves – Jonathan KellermanMilo Sturgis & Alex Delaware are back again, as they team up together to solve another perplexing case. A family goes to dinner one night, only to return to find a corpse in their father’s study – and not just any corpse – there’s no blood, no clues as to his sudden appearance, and the victim is missing his face and his hands, making identification difficult. Milo Sturgis lands the case, and quickly asks ...