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kindle Ö A Cold Heart µ Jonathan Kellerman LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis summons his friend psychologist sleuth Alex Delaware to a trendy gallery where a promising young artist has been brutally garroted on the night of her first major showing The details of the murder scene immediately suggest to Alex not an impulsive These books are so addicting They only get better and better

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Free A Cold Heart reader ´ doc 9780345452566 í Jonathan Kellerman ¾ LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis summons his friend psychologist sleuth Alex Delaware to a trendy gallery where a promising young artist has been brutally garroted on the night of her first major showing The details of the murder sce Crime of passion but the meticulous and taunting modus operandi of a serial killer Delaware's suspicions are borne out when he and Milo find there's a link between the artist's death and the murder of a noted blues guitarist The twisting trail leads from halfway houses to palatial m Another solid Delaware yarn I will bullet point this one The character of Petra interests me as she is completely imperfect and stubborn but diligent and intelligent I hope at some point she is hired by Milo I missed Milo He was barely present in this one and he is my favorite charachter Allison seems smart and kind but so far she is dull I hope that she becomes animated and less passive in the relationship or I will be over her sooner rather than later Alex is less reckless and cerebral again which I likeJohn Rubenstein is excellent He voices each character differently which makes it easy to follow I especially like his portrayal of Milo His weakness lies in the female characters who mostly sound alike to one another

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A Cold HeartAnsions and from a college campus to the last place Alex ever expected the doorstep of his ex lover Robin Castagna As killings are discovered unraveling the maddening puzzle assumes a chilling new importance stopping a vicious psychopath who's made cold blood murder his chosen art fo It's probably as hard to write a long lasting series as it is to review them without saying the same things over and over This is the 17th book in the series and while Kellerman did shake some things up a bit some things never changeThe good this book featured Petra Connor and Milo as the detectives instead of Alex doing all the work as they both land cases in which the MO is similar with the victims being up and coming artists or artists on the verge of a comeback Milo has now been promoted to lieutenant but is still being kept on a short leash due to his sexuality so his frustrations with the job continue even though he has a bit latitude Petra is given an incredibly stoic partner I'm surprised she didn't shoot I like the characters of Petra and Milo and I keep hoping Petra will one day be given her own series so it's always a welcome treat when she is featured Petra and Milo work really well together however clearly holding each other in high esteem I would have been content had this book just been about the two of them to be honestThe same ol' same ol' Robin and Alex are now broken up and have new partners yet somehow still manage to be the most boring couple to ever exist Sadly his new relationship with Allison the fellow psychologist with a history of sexual abuse he interviewed in the last book isn't shaping up to be any interesting Robin's own rising star in her field and how that impacted her in this case was an interesting twist after years of Alex's involvement in Milo's cases putting him in danger finally breaking them up and thereby making her safe it's her career that ends up putting her into jeopardy This did provide an interesting look at the residual effects of she and Alex having been in a long term relationship and how that still impacts them and their respective new partnersThe choice of victims in this book was interesting as the arts is a vast field which made it harder to predict what the killer was going to do next and how to tie it all together But overall I can't say this is one that is sticking in my memory banks It wasn't bad; they're all just blending together at this point