Over the Edge
by Jonathan Kellerman
Read: Nov.. 8– Nov.27, 2011
Challenge: No challenge
Yearly Count: 62
Source: Personal Copy
Blurb: Brace yourself for shock –
when Alex Delaware gets a phone call from a former patient, a young, troubled genius who suffered a devastating mental collapse….
when he drives through the night to save his life and winds up in a morass of murder….
when he uncovers the secret life of one of California’s leading families, and is witness to an explosion of murderous passions and shattering revelations….
Review: It’s been entirely too long since I read the first two books in this series. But that didn’t stop me from diving right in with no problems. This book starts out strong and never really lets up in the suspense department.
I was bummed with how little Milo was included in this installment, but I also understood that the interaction between Alex and Milo had to be limited because they were both working the same case – on opposite sides. I mention this because after looking back through my review for the previous book (Blood Test) I had specifically mentioned how little character development there truly was. I understand that Alex is the main character, but the supporting characters are always important in my opinion and I enjoy getting to know them just as well as the main character. Maybe in the next book 🙂
Overall, this was an action packed adventure. Alex kept running into wall after wall, but he never stopped. And I can only imagine what it would be like to go up against the kinds of people he was dealing with. An affluent family hiding behind their attorney – that would be hard for anyone to deal with.
So I would definitely recommend this book. And I hope that I don’t wait as long to get to the next book in this series as I did to get this book!