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The Web. Alex Delaware. Ballantine Books (2011). By Jonathan Kellerman. To my daughter, Aliza. Such pizzazz, such intellect, flashing eyes and a smile that lights up the galaxy.

The Web. Tags: Alex Delaware. ve Dr. Alex Delaware finds terror in the heart of paradise in this relentlessly sinister novel by America's premier writer of psychological suspense, the author of ten successive New York Times bestsellers. Three months in paradise, all expenses paid. It's an invitation Alex Delaware can't refuse.

New York Times Bestselling Author. Books by Jonathan Kellerman. Survival of the Fittest (1997). Alex Delaware Series. When the Bough Breaks (1985) Blood Test (1986) Over The Edge (1987) Silent Partner (1989) Time Bomb (1990) Private Eyes (1992) Devil’s Waltz (1993) Bad Love (1994) Self-Defense (1995) The Web (1996) The Clinic (1997) Survival of the Fittest (1997) Monster (1999) Dr. Death (2000) Flesh and Blood (2001) The Murder Book (2002) A Cold Heart (2003) Therapy (2004) Rage (2005).

Jonathan Seth Kellerman (born August 9, 1949) is an American novelist, psychologist, and Edgar and Anthony Award-winning author best known for his popular mystery novels featuring the character Alex Delaware, a child psychologist who consults for th. .

Jonathan Seth Kellerman (born August 9, 1949) is an American novelist, psychologist, and Edgar and Anthony Award-winning author best known for his popular mystery novels featuring the character Alex Delaware, a child psychologist who consults for the Los Angeles police department. Born on the Lower East Side of New York City, his family relocated to Los Angeles when Jonathan was nine years old.

Jonathan Kellerman's psychology skills and dark imagination are a potent literary mi. -Los Angeles Times . When the phone rings in the middle of the night, child psychologist Alex Delaware does not hesitate. -Los Angeles Times Psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis unravel a shocking crime at a raucous wedding reception in this gripping psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling master of suspense. Driving through the dream-lit San Fernando Valley, Alex rushes to Jamey Cadmus, the patient he had failed five years before-and who now calls with a bizarre cry for help.

Jonathan Kellerman is one of the world's most popular authors. He is also the author of numerous essays, short stories, and scientific articles, two children's books, and three volumes on psychology, including Savage Spawn: Reflections on Violent Children. Библиографические данные.

Jonathan Kellerman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than three dozen bestselling crime novels .

Jonathan Kellerman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than three dozen bestselling crime novels, including the Alex Delaware series, The Butcher's Theater, Billy Straight, The Conspiracy Club, Twisted, True Detectives, and The Murderer's Daughter. With his son, bestselling novelist Jesse Kellerman, he co-authored The Golem of Hollywood and The Golem of Paris.

Jonathan Kellerman (born August 9, 1949) is an American psychologist and author of suspense novels. His writings on psychology (and specifically psychopathology) include "Savage Spawn: Reflections on Violent Children. Most of his stories take place in a clinical setting, and feature the popular character of Alex Delaware, a child psychologist.

Charm, said Robin, but to go like that. We were up in the sitting room of our suite. ded to call his family. I left her trying to get a phone connection. I know it’s trite, but one moment you’re talking to someone, the next they’re gone. She put her head on my chest and I traced her jawline. Is that what it is? No, I’m fine.

During a visit to scientist-philanthropist Woodrow Wilson Moreland on an exotic Pacific island, psychologist Alex Delaware encounters a group of secretive houseguests, terrifying noctural vistors, and dark secrets from the past that threaten the lives of Alex and Robin Castagna. 225,000 first printing.

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ISBN13: 978-0553089219

ISBN: 0553089218

Author: Jonathan Kellerman

Category: Mystery and Thriller

Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense

Language: English

Publisher: Bantam Books; 1st edition (February 1, 1996)

Pages: 305 pages

ePUB size: 1744 kb

FB2 size: 1457 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 154

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Kelerius
After 10 "fascinating" pages describing spiders' collection in detail of each creature appearance, abode, habits and behavior, then about 10 pages of a nurse giving medicine to children - I do not feel like reading any more of this book. And I am not even 1/4 into the book! What is the worst, I know that those spiders do not really play a meaningful role in the whole plot. The same as descriptions of clothes people wear, exteriors and interiors of houses do not play any role in Kellerman's books'. All this is just for filling space. For blowing up something that could be a very good short story into a very slow and boring novel, and making perhaps 10 bucks instead of 3, were it a short story. For hopeful fools like me to buy it.
Kelerius
After 10 "fascinating" pages describing spiders' collection in detail of each creature appearance, abode, habits and behavior, then about 10 pages of a nurse giving medicine to children - I do not feel like reading any more of this book. And I am not even 1/4 into the book! What is the worst, I know that those spiders do not really play a meaningful role in the whole plot. The same as descriptions of clothes people wear, exteriors and interiors of houses do not play any role in Kellerman's books'. All this is just for filling space. For blowing up something that could be a very good short story into a very slow and boring novel, and making perhaps 10 bucks instead of 3, were it a short story. For hopeful fools like me to buy it.
Nidor
Jonathan Kellerman is one of my favorite authors, however this is not my favorite book. The crux of the story didn’t begin until about halfway through. While the descriptions of settings and the introduction of individuals were well written, there was not much substance until midway through the book. The story that emerged, while somewhat improbable, was unique and kept my interest. Then, suddenly the book ended abruptly as though the author had grown tired or had enough pages and just wanted to be done. I wanted more at the end. I even went back and reread the last two chapters to see if I had missed something. I hadn’t, there just wasn’t much description of the events that brought resolution to the story. I would have liked more at the end and less at the beginning.
Nidor
Jonathan Kellerman is one of my favorite authors, however this is not my favorite book. The crux of the story didn’t begin until about halfway through. While the descriptions of settings and the introduction of individuals were well written, there was not much substance until midway through the book. The story that emerged, while somewhat improbable, was unique and kept my interest. Then, suddenly the book ended abruptly as though the author had grown tired or had enough pages and just wanted to be done. I wanted more at the end. I even went back and reread the last two chapters to see if I had missed something. I hadn’t, there just wasn’t much description of the events that brought resolution to the story. I would have liked more at the end and less at the beginning.
Xor
Full disclosure: I've only started reading it, but it was an odd read from the start. First, it does not sound like Kellerman wrote this. His voice is different, the nuances. The story starts off with the biggest gaffe that made me wonder 1) who really wrote this and 2) who researched the simplest of information. (scoop coming up - so if you don't want to know, stop reading!) They take Spike with them and fly to Hawaii first where they spend 30 hours or so before continuing to Guam? It says that Spike was crated in baggage. Ok, first of all. Do your research! Brachycephalic breeds are mostly banned from cargo on almost every airline, especially those that travel to warm climates. They could pay to have him ride in the cabin with them because Frenchies would fit the size requirements (I know this because I have smoosh-faced dogs and do travel with them that way). Second, Hawaii has a mandatory quarantine for all incoming animals and dogs are no exception. It is an awful process that can be planned for, but requires months of preparation and pre-testing that is time specific. The idea that they gave him meatloaf and attention after arriving and spent 30 or more hours in Hawaii is more fiction than fiction. I could go on.

And when is this story supposed to take place? There is no reference except to the fact that they were rebuilding their house which is quite a few books back, yes? Or am I missing something?

Sorry to be so complain-y, but I have come to expect a lot more from a Kellerman novel. I've been a fan forever. This book, though, seems like a space filler and a badly done effort. I'm disappointed and if I could get my money back, I would!
Xor
Full disclosure: I've only started reading it, but it was an odd read from the start. First, it does not sound like Kellerman wrote this. His voice is different, the nuances. The story starts off with the biggest gaffe that made me wonder 1) who really wrote this and 2) who researched the simplest of information. (scoop coming up - so if you don't want to know, stop reading!) They take Spike with them and fly to Hawaii first where they spend 30 hours or so before continuing to Guam? It says that Spike was crated in baggage. Ok, first of all. Do your research! Brachycephalic breeds are mostly banned from cargo on almost every airline, especially those that travel to warm climates. They could pay to have him ride in the cabin with them because Frenchies would fit the size requirements (I know this because I have smoosh-faced dogs and do travel with them that way). Second, Hawaii has a mandatory quarantine for all incoming animals and dogs are no exception. It is an awful process that can be planned for, but requires months of preparation and pre-testing that is time specific. The idea that they gave him meatloaf and attention after arriving and spent 30 or more hours in Hawaii is more fiction than fiction. I could go on.

And when is this story supposed to take place? There is no reference except to the fact that they were rebuilding their house which is quite a few books back, yes? Or am I missing something?

Sorry to be so complain-y, but I have come to expect a lot more from a Kellerman novel. I've been a fan forever. This book, though, seems like a space filler and a badly done effort. I'm disappointed and if I could get my money back, I would!
Gietadia
Scattered and just all over the place. I didn't enjoy this Delaware book. Itjust got out of control in its prose and an excessive use of pronouns to the point I had to reread to find out just exactly who "he"was. A absolute killer for a thriller's tempo. A big yuck for this novel.
Gietadia
Scattered and just all over the place. I didn't enjoy this Delaware book. Itjust got out of control in its prose and an excessive use of pronouns to the point I had to reread to find out just exactly who "he"was. A absolute killer for a thriller's tempo. A big yuck for this novel.
Gela
Not my favorite of the series. The pace is a bit slow and the new characters are all pretty unlikable--annoying, even. Milo makes a brief appearance by phone, and made me realize how much I enjoy his interactions with Alex. This book takes Alex and his main squeeze to a completely different setting and I didn't really care for it. The writing is of the usual good quality, I just didn't like the plot, setting, or "villains". Only after rereading a newly purchased copy did I remember why I gave away my original copy--wasn't one I thought I'd reread.
Gela
Not my favorite of the series. The pace is a bit slow and the new characters are all pretty unlikable--annoying, even. Milo makes a brief appearance by phone, and made me realize how much I enjoy his interactions with Alex. This book takes Alex and his main squeeze to a completely different setting and I didn't really care for it. The writing is of the usual good quality, I just didn't like the plot, setting, or "villains". Only after rereading a newly purchased copy did I remember why I gave away my original copy--wasn't one I thought I'd reread.
Gogul
I thought I had read all of the Alex Delaware books .....but this one was new to me. And yes I enjoyed it as much as all that I have read.....There is a continuity but they can easily be read as stand alone.The characters are wonderful ,right down to the dog ! The plot is always amazing ! Definitely a page turner,late into the night. 5 Stars for sure
Gogul
I thought I had read all of the Alex Delaware books .....but this one was new to me. And yes I enjoyed it as much as all that I have read.....There is a continuity but they can easily be read as stand alone.The characters are wonderful ,right down to the dog ! The plot is always amazing ! Definitely a page turner,late into the night. 5 Stars for sure
Mr_KiLLaURa
A cushy vacation/work on the perfect island - Robin and Alex find out the island is not so perfect. Pure fun to read - full of
twist and turns and, "hey, I didn't see that coming!" Kellerman is always a quick read, as well as rewarding. I honestly tried
to read this series in order but have failed miserably.
Mr_KiLLaURa
A cushy vacation/work on the perfect island - Robin and Alex find out the island is not so perfect. Pure fun to read - full of
twist and turns and, "hey, I didn't see that coming!" Kellerman is always a quick read, as well as rewarding. I honestly tried
to read this series in order but have failed miserably.
Very disappointing, especially when compared to Kellerman's other books. The ending is contrived and implausible. Once again, the author spends much of the last chapter on a boring narrative, which is intended to tie up loose ends but just disappoints.
Very disappointing, especially when compared to Kellerman's other books. The ending is contrived and implausible. Once again, the author spends much of the last chapter on a boring narrative, which is intended to tie up loose ends but just disappoints.