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Bones: An Alex Delaware Novel [Kindle Edition]

Jonathan Kellerman
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Produktbeschreibungen

Pressestimmen

COMPULSION

“A genuine page-turner . . . The comfortable banter that has helped make Delaware and Sturgis such durable crime-story heroes is as rapid-fire, keen, and wryly funny as ever, and the mystery they aim to solve is certainly not routine.”
–Booklist

OBSESSION

“Jonathan Kellerman’s novels are an obsession; once started it is hard to quit.”
–Orlando Sentinel

“The characters are rich, the story’s well-plotted and you won’t stop reading.”
–Boston Herald

GONE

“The denouement accelerates to breathtaking, heart-pounding speed.”
–Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Sharply written and well-paced.”
–Entertainment Weekly

RAGE

“[An] adrenaline-fueled read.”
–People


From the Hardcover edition.

Pressestimmen

COMPULSION

“A genuine page-turner . . . The comfortable banter that has helped make Delaware and Sturgis such durable crime-story heroes is as rapid-fire, keen, and wryly funny as ever, and the mystery they aim to solve is certainly not routine.”
–Booklist

OBSESSION

“Jonathan Kellerman’s novels are an obsession; once started it is hard to quit.”
–Orlando Sentinel

“The characters are rich, the story’s well-plotted and you won’t stop reading.”
–Boston Herald

GONE

“The denouement accelerates to breathtaking, heart-pounding speed.”
–Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Sharply written and well-paced.”
–Entertainment Weekly

RAGE

“[An] adrenaline-fueled read.”
–People


From the Hardcover edition.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 505 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 368 Seiten
  • Verlag: Ballantine Books (21. Oktober 2008)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B001652HUO
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Nicht aktiviert
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  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (3 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #106.332 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kellerman in Bestform 15. Juni 2009
Von TKr
Format:Taschenbuch
Grundsätzlich ist das Kellermann wie wir ihn kennen und lieben. Alle unsere Lieblingsfiguren sind da, ein fieser Serienkiller-Plot usw. Was mir an diesem Buch besonders gefällt ist, dass Milo und Delaware einmal nicht recht haben mit ihren Vermutungen und relativ lang einer falschen Spur nachlaufen. die Ermittlung hat ihre Fehler, aber so ist das halt auch im richtigen leben und deshalb fand ich dieses Buch deutlich realitischer als die anderen aus der Serie.
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Von Donald Mitchell TOP 500 REZENSENT
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I hate to admit it: I like to read books about serial killers. The abnormal psychology that drives them provides a new perspective on what every day life is all about. This book begins as such a classic, involving lots of weirdness (hands chopped off, bones kept as souvenirs, bodies facing east, burials of prostitutes in a nature sanctuary, the Bird Marsh) . . . but tails off from there. The book's redeeming feature is that Jonathan Kellerman takes the time to make some of the new characters interesting, complex, and likely to surprise the reader.

Alex Delaware also has a bigger role to play than in several of the recent books in the series, especially in acting like a good guy.

The book's main weakness is that much of the plot hinges on the police having not done enough investigation to find out what all of the related parties look like. That seemed like a big miss. As a result, I was left feeling dissatisfied with the book at the end . . . especially after the motive for murder became clear, despite its strong beginning.

Unless you feel like you need to read every word that Jonathan Kellerman wrote about Alex Delaware, you could skip this book and not miss any important developments in the on-going characters.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen spannend, manchmal verwirrend. 29. Mai 2012
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Ich habe "Bones" áuf dem Kindle gelesen. Ich kenne séhr viele Kellerman/Alex Delaware Geschichten.Ich lese sie alle auf Englisch.

Ich fand das Buch spannend, habe es gern gelesen. Daher vier Punkte. Schwierig fand ich allerdings die sehr vielen Menschen. Kellerman beschreibt sie ALLE sehr ausführlich, aber das finde ich auf die Dauer verwirrend, weil man nachher nicht mehr weiß, wer ist wichtig und wer nicht. Und irgendwann in Gefahr ist, den Überblick zu verlieren. Wer ist denn jetzt wer? Diesmal war es kein eigener Fall von Alex, sondern er ist eigentlich da hineingestolpert, weil er gerade nichts Besseres zu tun hatte. Er läuft über weite Teile des Buches eher Milo und dem Rookie hinterher.

Tja. und Mr. Kellermans Englisch...

ich behaupte, gut Englisch zu können. Ich bin zwar kein Native Speaker, lese aber viele Bücher so flüssig runter wie Deutsch. Ich habe mein CPE Examen gemacht, bin also ziemlich gut. Aber bei Mr. Kellerman komme ich oft ins Schleudern.Er lässt halt seine Protagonisten gerne sehr nachlässig reden, und da kratze ich mich schon öfters am Kopf und muss manche Absätze noch mal lesen. Und brauche auch öfter als bei anderen Autoren das Dictionary. Und viele seiner Vokabeln stehen da nicht mal drin. Ob er eigene Wortschöfpungen benutzt, weiß ich jetzt nicht. Jedenfalls macht das das Ganze nicht einfacher.
Aber da man ihm das nicht zum Vorwurf machen kann, gibt es deswegen natürlich keinen Punkteabzug.
Seine Grammatik ist in der direkten Rede manchmal eigenwillig. Das Wörtchen "if" schlabbert er z.B. gerne. Milo sagt dann: "you go to...I`ll do...
Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Grim Treasure Trove... 18. November 2008
Von Laurel-Rain Snow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
When a body is discovered, via anonymous tip and openly displayed in a marsh near LA, the strangest thing about it is the missing right hand. Shortly thereafter, three other bodies are discovered - also missing hands.

Then a man who goes to auctions for the contents of storage units finds a carved box containing small bones. Polished bones, like a treasure. The bones turn out to be human hands.

Detective Milo Sturgis and his sidekicks, along with Dr. Alex Delaware, the psychologist who frequently consults for the LAPD, all team up to search for what now appears to be a very disturbed killer.

Almost immediately, the first victim's connection to a wealthy family, whose musical prodigy child is a student of hers, leads to the pursuit of the caretaker, who has gone missing. Or is he hiding?

Most of the fun in the story is following the clues as the assorted team of "detectives" pursues the connections and where they lead.

Like most of Kellerman's Alex Delaware stories, this one is told with Alex as the first-person narrator - this technique lends itself to understanding how his clever mind works, as he sorts through the clues and speculates about the possibilities. We also are privy to a bird's eye view of his personal life, including his long term relationship with Robin.

These segues into the lighter moments of Alex's life, including his friendship with Milo Sturgis, help to lighten what could otherwise be a very grim tale.

And not at all surprising is the final revelation as to the motives and nature of the perpetrator/s - after all, the art of misdirection has been at play throughout the circuitous path to resolution.

Bones (Alex Delaware, No. 23) is a must-read for Kellerman fans.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen He's back in fine form 21. Oktober 2008
Von Tina - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Jonathan Kellerman's books have been up and down for me in the last few years. It seems that once Robin left, the storylines left with her.

However, in Bones, Kellerman's newest book, I finally found the "old" Alex. Witty, genuine, interesting. The story of murder of prostitutes and of a music prodigy is the center plot, but for me, what worked best in this novel was the strength of the Alex character (something that had been missing in the last few books) he felt present in this storyline.

Of course, Milo is back and the banter and relationship between these two is always priceless.

The story moves at a rapid pace and was intriguing enough to keep me reading throughout with an ending that was a tad predictable, but nonetheless satisfying.

Finally, Alex is back.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I liked "old" Alex better..... 23. Januar 2009
Von 911gal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I just don't know about the direction this series is taking in the last few books. It used to be that Alex was a child psychologist, and occasionally he'd run across something he needed Milo's help on, or Milo would need Alex's take on a crime so that he (Milo) understood it better. Alex's patients were interesting and his cases were interesting.

Now, Alex might as well be a cop. He goes along with Milo on every interview and every meeting, sits by while he does on-line research, and only seems to go home when Milo is going to type his report. Also, in earlier novels only Alex talked like a psychologist (Witness: "I didn't really get what was going on." Alex: "You had a hard time understanding the situation.") In this book, both Milo and Reed talk that way too. Sometimes I had to go back and really figure out who was speaking as they all sounded like Alex.

This book was OK, but I'd like Alex to go back to his career and leave the cop work to Milo.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Solid Entry in the Alex Delaware Series 10. November 2008
Von Brian Baker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Jonathan Kellerman has returned to his roots in this entry in the Delaware series, leaving behind the much-criticized passive-aggressive soap opera revolving around Delaware's relationship with live-in girlfriend Robin.

Thank God! That was boring beyond tears.

We are now back to the essential Alex: a tough crime with psychological overtones; the witty banter with Milo; the quirky and unique "only in LA" characters and suspects; all revealing the weird wonder that is Los Angeles.

I live in LA County and can attest to his skill at portraying how strange this place is, rightfully earning the sobriquet "LaLa Land". Sun-washed weirdness, which Kellerman portrays so well.

A fast-paced, highly entertaining book. If you're a classic Delaware fan, don't miss it!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting Characters, More Alex Delaware Than Recently, and a Flawed Police Investigation 9. November 2008
Von Donald Mitchell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I hate to admit it: I like to read books about serial killers. The abnormal psychology that drives them provides a new perspective on what every day life is all about. This book begins as such a classic, involving lots of weirdness (hands chopped off, bones kept as souvenirs, bodies facing east, burials of prostitutes in a nature sanctuary, the Bird Marsh) . . . but tails off from there. The book's redeeming feature is that Jonathan Kellerman takes the time to make some of the new characters interesting, complex, and likely to surprise the reader.

Alex Delaware also has a bigger role to play than in several of the recent books in the series, especially in acting like a good guy.

The book's main weakness is that much of the plot hinges on the police having not done enough investigation to find out what all of the related parties look like. That seemed like a big miss. As a result, I was left feeling dissatisfied with the book at the end . . . especially after the motive for murder became clear, despite its strong beginning.

Unless you feel like you need to read every word that Jonathan Kellerman wrote about Alex Delaware, you could skip this book and not miss any important developments in the on-going characters.
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