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Despite his cold efficiency, the plot quickly spirals out of control, sending Jay and his hostage on the run across the border and through the railway stations, back alleys, and black markets of New Delhi - as all the while attractions simmer, loyalties shift, and explosive secrets bubble to the surface.
Michael Winterbottom. Melissa Parmenter , Deepak Nayar , Nik Bower. Jul 25, Revolution Films. Dev Patel Jay. Radhika Apte Samira.
Jim Sarbh. Harish Khanna Nitin. Nish Nathwani Sam. Meherbaan Singh Osman. Sidhu Manpreet Guard Haveli. Waleed Akhtar Faisalabad Car rental man.
Michael Winterbottom Director. Michael Winterbottom Screenwriter. Melissa Parmenter Producer. Deepak Nayar Producer.
Nik Bower Producer. Peter Hampden Executive Producer. Norman Merry Executive Producer. Andrea Scarso Executive Producer. Peter Touche Executive Producer.
Giles Nuttgens Cinematographer. Greta Is a Little Silly, but Isabelle Huppert Is Insanely Good. March 24, Full Review….
July 25, Full Review…. Samira was expecting Jay because she was in an arranged marriage and in love with another man, Deepesh, who hired Jay.
Jay gives Samira the choice to continue to Lahore and meet Deepesh or return to her family and the marriage. Samira chooses to continue to Lahore.
Samira asks Jay to uncover her head and untie her hands, which he does. They drive to Amritsar. Jay purchases phones and SIM cards and attempts to reach Deepesh.
Samira tells Jay the number he has for Deepesh is his UK phone and that he has a local number. Deepesh tells Jay that he is not at the rendezvous in Amritsar and is in London and that he will be in India the following day.
The kidnapping and killing makes the news causing Deepesh to change his mind about bringing Samira. In New Delhi , Deepesh tells Jay to bring Samira back.
Jay tells Samira about this. She tells Jay that she does not want to go and instead wants to see Deepesh. In Jaipur , Jay meets Deepesh, who gives him half the money he asked for.
Deepesh tells Jay he will have the other half once the job is complete. Jay tells him that he needs all of his money.
Deepesh tells Jay that he can have it the next day. Jay tells Deepesh to go to a hotel where he and Samira will meet him.
In this one, their back-and-forths seemed more frequent and provided greater insights into their characters and their relationship than usual - for me, much appreciated.
Besides that, Alex's long-time love and guitar-maker Robin landed a more featured role - still another plus. As the title suggests, this Ah, what could be better than another get-together of two of my favorite characters - police consultant and psychologist Dr.
As the title suggests, this one begins with a wedding guest who didn't appear on the invitation list - not even as a plus one - and who for sure didn't get a great reception.
In fact, she turns up dead; murdered with a combination of injected knockout drug and wire garrote reminiscent of a guitar string. No one can come up with an identity, and Milo calls Alex for help with the case.
Fairly early on, it is learned that the somewhat unconventional venue used to be a seedy bar known for its equally seedy pole dancers, thus expanding the search beyond the rich and not-so-rich who enjoyed wedding guest-list status.
Despite their denials of anything connected to the victim, the families of the bride and groom - and the bride and groom themselves - remain on the suspect list some very near the top.
That in turn leads Alex and Milo down a number of aisles, most of which don't lead to blissful solutions.
Finally, a previous case comes to light that rings bells in harmony, lifting the veil under which the real killer has been hiding. And that brings me to the part that bothered me just a tiny bit.
I can't be specific without spoiling things, but the ending seemed somehow disjointed - as if the usual suspects just weren't cutting it and a new ending was needed to deliver a more effective punch.
That said, I enjoyed the book as a whole as always - Alex is in absolutely zero danger of dropping off my Top 10 list of all-time favorite book heroes.
Given that this is the 34th in the series all of which I've read , that's gotta be some kind of record. My undying gratitude goes to the publisher, via NetGalley, for the opportunity to read and review an advance copy.
I enjoyed this. I especially enjoyed the way the author brought all sorts of seemingly unrelated threads together.
Our characters were quirky and I ended up liking some of them so much more than I thought I would - especially one Bridezilla.
It was a little weird how so many characters reacted to people with books. Hint: people who read are weird and abnormal. But, a good, quick read! Reading kellerman is like seeing an old friend after being away for awhile.
Interesting as always, never guessing the correct ending and enjoying the journey. As a visual reader everything from charac Reading kellerman is like seeing an old friend after being away for awhile.
As a visual reader everything from characters to situations come alive This book is too down-market for me. But the content is vapid, the protagonist is embarrassing, the characters are generally unlikeable, and absolutely nothing engaged me.
The Alex Delaware series is one of my favorite, however, this book is a little tamer than others in the series. You could not figure out the killer from the beginning because he isn't mentioned until halfway through the book.
It is good to see Alex and Milo back in the chase. Recommended to Delaware fans. A spoiled girl and her brainy but reserved husband are getting married at an unusual venue, Saints and Sinners.
One of the bridesmaids runs back to the bridal suite to discover a dead woman in the bathroom, choked out with a garrotte. The woman is gorgeous, and dressed to the nines in a red Fendi dress.
Nobody knows her, and discovering who she was and how she happened to be at the party is a central theme of the novel. Interestingly, the venue has previously been a strip joint.
Milo Sturgis bri A spoiled girl and her brainy but reserved husband are getting married at an unusual venue, Saints and Sinners. Milo Sturgis brings in Alex Delaware who helps him work the case, offering his usual insights into the case and personalities.
Things get more interesting when they determine the identity of the victim, and her background, but have to work many angles to finally connect her to the wedding and eventually the killer.
Jonathan Kellerman continues to create fantastically confounding mysteries. This one was a real poser from page one. I do love this series.
I get bored when a plot is too linear. The audio is well narrated and I think folks who enjoy this genre will like this book much more than I did. May 06, Robin Loves Reading rated it it was amazing Shelves: kindle , netgalley , april-june , challenge , robin-loves-readingchallenge , mystery-thriller.
My Rating: 4. Alex Delaware, a very successful psychologist, is called by his friend, LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis, for help with his current case.
Sturgis is trying to get into the mind of a killer and he knows that someone like Alex is just the man to help him. Can Alex use those very skills to analyze deductively why some can be very dark killers, having the worst minds ever?
What brings Sturgis to Alex is the fact that the body of a young woman has been discovered by a bridesmaid a My Rating: 4. What brings Sturgis to Alex is the fact that the body of a young woman has been discovered by a bridesmaid at a wedding.
The wedding has already brought attention. It is a Saints and Sinners themed wedding. So, Sturgis and Alex are forced to crash it, and try as they might, they must interview at least a hundred guests.
This series has been going on for decades, yet this is my first foray. The story did perfectly well as a standalone. I understood enough about Alex and what drives him to help solve crimes, so I was able to fully appreciate and enjoy this story.
The Wedding Guest was an engaging read that I was riveted to and I found the conclusion to be thrilling. I hope to be able to read more in this bestselling series.
Many thanks to Ballantine Books and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion. Kellerman is guaranteed to provide a solid detective read and this one lives up to his reputation.
The crime is intriguing, without the fanfare of gimmicks and unbelievable tricks, albeit a psychopath is involved nonetheless.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Jonathan Kellerman. Jonathan Kellerman. Jonathan Kellerman was born in New York City in and grew up in Los Angeles.
He helped work his way through UCLA as an editorial cartoonist, columnist, editor and freelance musician. As a senior, at the age of 22, he won a Samuel Goldwyn Writing Award for fiction.
Like his fictional protagonist, Alex Delaware, Jonathan received at Ph. And what Jay knows seems to be very little as the story twists and turns. Here, Patel gets the chance to play with the archetype of the doomed film noir antihero, a tough yet still vulnerable, serious man, a role that could have suited Robert Mitchum in another era.
His character remains ambiguous with a James Bond-like confidence even when he makes a mistake. Cinematographer Giles Nuttgens channels that film noir spirit not in hyper-stylized Dutch angles or sharp contrasts, but in gentler, shadowy ways.
Apart from one scene in a rocky, treeless desert, much of the movie looks like the criminals are running from the light, spending much of their time moving from hotel-to-hotel or traveling as the sun streams in from a train window.
It helps that Patel throws himself into the part of a brooding, mysterious romantic leading man.