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A gripping new crime novel featuring Alex Delware from the bestselling master of suspense. When a photographer is found inside an LA warehouse slumped in bed, shot to death, it sets in motion a complex and dangerous case for Lieutenant Milo Sturgis and Psychologist Alex Delaware. The victim had just received rave media attention for his latest project - images of homeless people living out their 'dreams'.

But there were many who saw the work as crass exploitation. Did anger turn to homicidal rage? Or do the roots of violence reach down to the victim's own family?As new murders arise, Alex and Milo must peel back the layers of the case - and will find themselves coming up against in one of the deadliest threats they've ever faced... ___________________________________________Praise for Jonathan Kellerman's New York Times No. 1 bestselling thrillers:'Sophisticated, cleverly plotted and satisfying' Sunday Telegraph'High-octane entertainment' The Times'Exceptionally exciting' New York Times'Jonathan Kellerman has delivered the goods again, adding another instalment to a series that shows no sign of running out of stea' Shots Magazine

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Penguin (Cornerstone)
1804940054 / 9781804940051
United Kingdom
299 pages
20 cm
Originally published: New York: Ballantine Books.