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"A page-turner from beginning to end." --Los Angeles Times
"A gut-wrenching scenario... might well be Kellerman's finest." --Booklist
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Another great whodunit
Anyone who like complex story lines will enjoy this novel.
The Psychology aspect always adds an intersecting twist.
This is one of Kellerman's poorest books. When you FINALLY get to what is going on, it is ridiculous. Don't waste your time on this.Published on Jan. 22 2004
This books is a great read, it is a wonderful mistery novel that keeps you reading. I have not yet read any Kellerman book that I did not feel this way about.Published on July 30 2002 by diamondsale
I liked this book a lot. It had a good amount of relationship issues in here and I enjoy that. I found it interesting to see the relationship between the mother and daughter... Read morePublished on July 5 2001 by V. VanCamp
Very different. It was not one of the most memorable thiller's I read. The characters, however, were well written. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2001 by Kimberly R. Cole
Private Eyes was the second book of the Delaware series I read. I thought it started out a little slower then the first book I read (bad love) but it kept me reading. Read morePublished on July 12 1999
I read the "hype" on the book jacket and thought that this book would eventually get better. It didn't. Three quarters of the book draged on and on. Read morePublished on June 4 1999
This was the second of many book I have read by Jonathan Kellerman, and is
the best to date. Read more