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Jonathan Kellerman


USA (1949 - )
Husband of Faye Kellerman, Father of Jesse Kellerman

Jonathan Kellerman is one of the world's most popular authors. He has brought his expertise as a child psychologist to numerous bestselling tales of suspense (which have been translated into two dozen languages), including thirteen previous Alex Delaware novels; The Butcher's Theater, a story of serial killing in Jerusalem; and Billy Straight, featuring Hollywood homicide detective Petra Connor. His most recent novel is Monster. He is also the author of numerous essays, short stories, and scientific articles, two children's books, and three volumes of psychology, including Savage Spawn: Reflections on Violent Children. He and his wife, the novelist Faye Kellerman, have four children.
 
Jonathan Kellerman recommends
Pale Gray for Guilt
Pale Gray for Guilt (1968)
(Travis McGee, book 9)
John D MacDonald
"...the consummate pro, a master storyteller and witty observer."
Sand Against the Tide
Sand Against the Tide (1990)
(Calico Jack Walker / Tina Tamiko, book 2)
Paul Bishop
"Lusty, complex, often hilarious, always authentic... With this book Paul Bishop joins the ranks of the great cop novelists."
Sniper's Moon
Sniper's Moon (1990)
Carsten Stroud
"A first-rate police thriller."
Powers of Attorney
Powers of Attorney (1993)
Mimi Latt
"Greed and lust among the rich and famous... Combine Danielle Steel and John Grisham and you've got Powers of Attorney."
Eye of the Beholder
Eye of the Beholder (1994)
Lowell Cauffiel
"A true crime thriller of uncommon psychological complexity."
River: A Novel of the Green River Killings
River: A Novel of the Green River Killings (1995)
Roderick Thorp
"River is the perfect serial killer novel. Horrifying, dark, procedurally fascinating, unrelenting in its suspense."
Marker
Marker (1997)
Lowell Cauffiel
"A meticulously plotted page-turner."
Bad Chemistry
Bad Chemistry (1997)
Gary Krist
"Fresh, fast-moving, compelling."
Forty Words for Sorrow
Forty Words for Sorrow (2000)
(John Cardinal, book 1)
Giles Blunt
"One of the finest crime novels I've ever read."
The Judas Judge
The Judas Judge (2000)
(Kevin Kerney, book 5)
Michael McGarrity
"A crisp, riveting police procedural enriched by acute psychological insight."
In a True Light
In a True Light (2001)
John Harvey
"John Harvey's writing is beautifully nuanced, his sense of story impeccable, his characters unforgettable."
Crime School
Crime School (2002)
(Kathleen Mallory, book 6)
Carol O'Connell
"Kathy Mallory is a marvellous creation."
Death's Little Helpers
Death's Little Helpers (2005)
(John March, book 2)
Peter Spiegelman
"He knows where the bodies are buried and he knows how to write."
When Secrets Die
When Secrets Die (2005)
(Lena Padgett, book 3)
Lynn Hightower
"Lynn Hightower is a major talent."
Ghosttown
Ghosttown (2007)
(Whitney Logan Mystery, book 3)
Mercedes Lambert
"Ghosttown is a noir masterpiece. One of the most evocative LA crime novels ever written."
The Good Psychologist
The Good Psychologist (2010)
Noam Shpancer
"A deeply moving compelling novel."
The Worst Thing
The Worst Thing (2011)
Aaron Elkins
"An intriguing novel of suspense as well as an evocative portayal of the inner workings of a mind tormented by terror."
Freezing
Freezing (2011)
(Jayne and Steelie, book 1)
Clea Koff
"Freezing is an intricately plotted thriller rich with fascinating forensic details that only a pro could deliver. A great debut."
Black Fridays
Black Fridays (2012)
(Jason Stafford, book 1)
Michael Sears
"A compelling, beautifully written thriller. Black Fridays is the real deal."



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