[Reviews] Stone Kiss

Faye Kellerman was clearly in the mood to try new things, but bringing along Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus as a safety net was a bad idea.

[Reviews] The Ritual Bath

Not perfect, but certainly the perfect way to start exploring the series of novels it made possible.

[Reviews] The Forgotten

It's probably not another crowd pleaser, but this particular volume is a step in the right direction after previous disappointments.

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Stalker

Technically, I suppose "Stalker" really is "a Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus novel," like it says on the cover. Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus both make appearances, and so it is considered the 12th book in Faye Kellerman's very popular series.

Me, I think it could just as easily have been "a Cindy Decker" novel, and the start of some other series. Because that's what it mostly feels like. The bulk of the hefty word count is devoted to Cindy and her problems, which are substantial.

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Jupiter's Bones

The eleventh installment in Faye Kellerman's popular series, called "Jupiter's Bones," is quite different from most of what has come before it, despite continuing to tell the evolving tale of Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus. It gives its author a chance to explore other types of storytelling and keeps her from telling an overly formulaic story, but the results feel a bit out of place.

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Serpent's Tooth

It's important that a character in a story be able to have flaws. Generally, the reader is supposed to root for that character anyway, and perhaps identify--at least to a certain extent--with the flaws as they are presented. That's true even if you're diving into the world of an anti-hero of sorts, like in the popular television show, "Breaking Bad."

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Prayers for the Dead

By the time she wrote "Prayers for the Dead," the 9th book in a series of novels about police officer Peter Decker and the new love of his life, Rina Lazarus, author Faye Kellerman had clearly come into her own. Perhaps it should come as no surprise, then, that she produced one of the finest installments to date.

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