- Silent Partner (Graphic Novel)
- "A complex and haunting story of tangled personalities, deeply buried family secrets, and of violence lying thinly under the surface . Hits the reader right between the eyes." -- Los Angeles Times Book Review.
- The 21st Alex Delaware novel (after 2006's Gone) from bestseller Kellerman contains fewer twists than usual for this contemporary thriller series. Once again, Delaware, an accomplished psychologist, teams with his friend Milo Sturgis, an LAPD detective, to probe a mystery, though this time there's considerable doubt as to the nature of the puzzle.
- Victims (Alex Delaware, Book 27)
- In the latest Alex Delaware novel, solving a series of murders requires putting together a particularly difficult jigsaw puzzle. What do several seemingly unconnected victims have in common? As psychologist Delaware and LAPD detective Milo Sturgis struggle to put the pieces of the puzzle together, the body count keeps growing: a nasty, friendless woman; an accountant; a married couple; a homeless man.
- Daddy, Daddy, Can You Touch the Sky?
- PreSchool-Grade 3-Six short verses, some with an awkward, sing-song rhyme, may spark discussions of fears and questions. "Something Fishy" stresses individuality; "There's a Monster in My Closet" shows a child's strength and range of emotions in times of trial. The title poem, dealing with unconditional love, illustrates that parents may not have supernatural powers, but they are still capable of greatness.
- The Clinic (Alex Delaware Novels)
- Former child psychologist Jonathan Kellerman brings us the 11th installment in the reliable series featuring child psychologist Alex Delaware. Here Delaware teams up again with his old friend Detective Milo Sturgis of the LAPD to investigate the brutal murder of Dr. Hope Devane.
- Evidence: An Alex Delaware Novel (Alex Delaware Novels)
- L.A. police lieutenant Milo Sturgis investigates a double homicide at the site of an unfinished, obscenely large mansion in bestseller Kellerman's nerve-tingling 24th Alex Delaware novel (after Bones). Construction halted on the house two years earlier, and ownership can be traced only to a defunct holding company in Washington, D.
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