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READER ☆ DOC Gone By Jonathan Kellerman ç HANNAHREDHEAD ☆ It’s a story tailor made for the nightly news Dylan Meserve and Michaela Brand young lovers and fellow acting students vanish on the way home from a rehearsal Three days later the two of them are found in the remote mountains of Malibu battered and terriNetrateNevertheless the case is closed–only to be violently reopened when Michaela is savagely murdered When the police look for Dylan they find that he’s gone Is he the killer or a victim himself? Casting their dragnet into the murkiest corners of LA Delaware and Sturgis unearth uestions than answers–including a host of eerily identical killings What really happened to the couple who cried wolf? And what bizarre and brutal epidemic is infecting the city with terror madness and sudden twisted death? This is another great Alex Delaware mystery by Jonathan Kellerman When two drama students turn up missing it's ends up a hoax When they're later do turn up missing it's up to Alex and the police to pick up the pieces of their lives with eclectic cast of characters including the Dowds When other cold cases turn up with missing people they wonder if it's connected to the same crime or not Not only that Alex's relationship with Robin gets closer when winds up hurt by a disgruntled psychologist In the end they turn up a shocking discovery of where the missing went and why This would keep you really guessing to the end

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AultBut before long doubts arise about the couple’s story and as forensic details unfold the abduction is exposed as a hoax Charged as criminals themselves the aspiring actors claim emotional problems and the court orders psychological evaluation for bothMichaela is examined by Alex Delaware who finds that her claims of depression and stress ring true enough But they don’t explain her lies and Alex is certain that there are hidden layers in this sordid psychodrama that even he hasn’t been able to pe Alex is asked by the courts to evaluate a young girl who helped plan an elaborate kidnapping hoax When she turns up dead after her session with Alex Alex and Milo investigate the case Suddenly there are many aspiring actors turning up missing and the duo must find where they are disappearing to In the meantime Robin reappears in Alex's life This caper was fun but it followed the usual course of a Kellerman mystery Alex and Milo theorizes for 80% of the book and then finally come to the right conclusion when they have enough clues These two would never make it on Name That Tune They need far too many notes to figure out the song I do love Milo though and his sarcasm is as funny as ever I'm hoping this will be the last time we have to deal with Robin's inability to decide whether or not she wants to stay with Alex I listened to this book on the unabridged audio book and John Rubenstein does an excellent job imo

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Gone By Jonathan KellermIt’s a story tailor made for the nightly news Dylan Meserve and Michaela Brand young lovers and fellow acting students vanish on the way home from a rehearsal Three days later the two of them are found in the remote mountains of Malibu battered and terrified after a harrowing ordeal at the hands of a sadistic abductorThe details of the nightmarish event are shocking and brutal The couple was carjacked at gunpoint by a masked assailant and subjected to a horrific regimen of confinement starvation and ass I had planned to read this series in order but I was having trouble locating the oldest ones and this one just fell into my lap so I read it anyway The world did not stop turning and nothing radical had changed in the characters since book one so all was wellThe story line was very involved with lots of murders and missing people which may or may not be related Alex and Milo end up running all over the place interviewing every possible link until eventually sheer perseverance scores them a result I did wonder why they kept overlooking the most obvious culprit but then there were so many possibilities and they got there in the endThis was an entertaining and enjoyable read if a bit too wordy at times Kellerman loves to explain everything in detail as though he does not trust his reader to draw the correct conclusions A small price to pay though for reading a good book