Author: Jonathan Kellerman

Mysticism & Murder: Golem..

Posted March 29, 2016 by Elizabeth in book reviews / 0 Comments
Mysticism & Murder: Golem of Paris

Jonathan Kellerman has done it again. The second book in his Golem series, written in collaboration with his son Jesse, is as interesting and intriguing as The Golem of Hollywood. Los Angeles Detective Jacob Lev is back fighting demons both in his head and in life-size reality, and learning secrets about his family in the process. In Jewish tradition, a golem is a gender-less creature usually made from clay or other inanimate materials and brought […]


Riveting: The Murderer’s..

Posted August 10, 2015 by Elizabeth in book reviews / 11 Comments
Riveting: The Murderer’s Daughter

I received The Murderer’s Daughter  from Ballantine Books in exchange for my honest review. This does not influence my opinions or the content of my review. This review contains affiliate links and is in compliance with FTC guidelines.I am always excited for a new book from any of the literary Kellermans: Jonathan, his wife Faye, or their son Jesse; I think I’ve read everything they’ve written. I eagerly anticipated  The Murderer’s Daughter, especially because it was a stand-alone novel. Alex Delaware […]