BLOOD TEST A disappointing second outing for California child-psychologist Alex Delaware (When The Bough Breaks, 1985); this time he tracks down a little boy desperately in need of cancer treatment. Narrator-sleuth Delaware lives in semiretirement, feeding his koi and practicing self-hypnosis, but when his friend Dr. Raoul Melendez-Lynch of the Western Pediatric Medical Center calls to tell him that the
BLOOD TEST I JUST LOVE THIS SERIES. I STARTED WHEN I HAD A REALLY BORING JOB AND I GOT BOOKS ON MP3 SO I COULD LISTEN WHILE I WORKED. NOW WHEN I READ THE STORIES I HAVE THOSE VOICES FROM THE NARRATOR IN MY HEAD FOR EACH OF THE RECURRUNG CHARACTERS, IT'S REALLY NICE!!
Blood test Great story costantly had me wondering what was next.
Blood Test Intriguing f rom the start.
When the Bough breaks was better Kellerman's first book was better in my opinion. The majority of this book was fairly boring to be honest.
Review: Blood Test (Alex Delaware #2) The second book in Jonathan Kellerman's bestselling series was just as exciting as the first. The subject matter was a bit off putting at times, but overall was an exciting read (the small-town was one of several interesting support characters).