Are you looking for an electrifying thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you gasping for breath? Look no further than Jonathan Kellerman’s latest novel, Serenity.
Set in the gritty underbelly of Los Angeles, Serenity follows the investigation of the murder of a wealthy photographer who recently gained media attention for his controversial art project. Dr. Alex Delaware and Detective Milo Sturgis are drawn into the case, which takes them on a twisted journey through the world of the homeless and the ultra-rich.
Kellerman’s writing is as sharp as ever, with vivid descriptions that transport the reader to the seedy streets of LA. The characters are well-drawn and multi-dimensional, with quirks and flaws that make them feel real. Dr. Delaware, in particular, is a standout, with his dry wit and razor-sharp intellect.
The plot is intricate and fast-paced, with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing. Kellerman expertly weaves together the various threads of the story, building tension to a nail-biting crescendo.
But what really sets Serenity apart is its exploration of complex ethical issues. Kellerman delves into questions of art and exploitation, wealth and poverty, and the morality of doing good. The murder investigation serves not only as a thrilling whodunit, but as a thoughtful examination of social issues that are all too relevant in today’s world.
Overall, Serenity is a knockout of a novel that will satisfy both mystery buffs and literary-minded readers alike. Kellerman proves once again that he is a master of suspense and a writer with a keen eye for the ironies and contradictions of human behavior. Highly recommended!
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(as of Mar 25,2023 01:56:04 UTC – Details)