True Detectives

True Detectives

A Novel

Book - 2009
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Moses Reed and Aaron Fox have the same mother; their respective fathers were cops, friends, and partners. And despite their shared calling, their turbulent family history has set them at odds. Moses is a no-frills LAPD detective; Aaron is a smooth-talking private eye. Usually they go their separate ways, but the disappearance of straight-A student Caitlin Frostig isn’t usual. Reluctantly tag-teaming to crack a cold case that won’t die, Moses and Aaron descend into the sinister underside of the City of Angels. Surrounded by twisted millionaire moguls, tarnished trophy wives, and famous faces with hellish secrets, they pull no punches as they penetrate the strange, seductive world of glamour, wealth, and power to keep L.A.’s dark dreamland from claiming another lost soul.

Baker & Taylor
When Aaron Fox is hired to investigate the disappearance of Caitlin Frostig, he discovers that his estranged half-brother, cop Moses Reed, is also on the case, but they need the help of psychologist Alex Delaware to succeed.

Baker
& Taylor

When ex-cop-turned-private-investigator Aaron Fox is hired to investigate the disappearance of twenty-year old Caitlin Frostig, he discovers that his estranged half-brother, cop Moses Reed, is also on the case, but only after pooling their resources and consulting the highly reputable psychologist Alex Delaware do they stand any chance of solving the case. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345495181
Branch Call Number: FIC Kelle
Characteristics: 474 p. ; 20 cm

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judybelle3
Nov 07, 2015

Ugh! Couldn't agree more! I enjoy the Alex Delaware series; the plots are well-defined and focused. Kellerman is very descriptive of and stays true to each of his characters in the series, most of whom are quirky; and who doesn't love Sturgis?
'True Detectives' doesn't ring true of Kellerman's writing at all.
I also read it halfway through because I didn't have anything else on hand to read.
I'd feel very generous in rating this book with a 1.
A huge disappointment.

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blossom21
Apr 03, 2010

Had to put the book down halfway through. No action and quite boring.

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