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The Wedding Guest

Alex Delaware, Book 34
Narrated by: John Rubinstein
Length: 12 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

An uninvited guest. A missing identity. A trail of deadly secrets.

When a horrified bridesmaid finds the body of a young woman at a wedding reception, it makes the bride and groom’s choice of a Saints and Sinners theme all the more macabre.

There are no means of identification, and nobody knows the victim.

The bride is convinced someone is trying to sabotage her big day. The groom is sure it’s a dreadful mistake. 

It’s up to brilliant psychologist Alex Delaware and LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis to uncover the truth. They have a hundred guests to question and a strong suspicion that the motive for murder is personal....

The party’s over - and the hunt for the killer is on.

©2019 Jonathan Kellerman (P)2019 Random House Audiobooks

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Enjoyable and satisfying

Another excellent novel from Jonathan Kellerman, an author who can be relied on to produce crime stories that are satisfyingly convoluted but very human. I haven't read an Alex Delaware novel that I didn't enjoy and I'd been looking forward to this one for months. It didn't disappoint. Great narration too from John Rubinstein.

If you haven't read any in this series before, start with one of the earlier books - they've aged rather well.

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Utterly Brilliant

Always look forward to these. This is a good enthralling book. Never fails to deliver. Really should be made into a TV series like they did with Rizzoli & Isles books.

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As always exceeds expectations

Love the relationship between Alex and Milo. Twists and turns as usual until the perpetrator is found. Can’t wait for the next instalment.

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Not his best

I usually enjoy this author but just couldn't get interested in this one sorry . Jad.

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  • Emac
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  • 07-03-19

struggled with this one!!

usually love this series but found this one hard work and rather boring. Even after three attempts couldn't stay interested. Not sure if it was the story or rather monotone narration.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-02-19

Terrible Performance

The story is average at best, but the performance absolutely awful. This narrator reads like a child, pauses in the wrong places, mispronounces words and absolutely cannot do accents or different voices so keeps pulling you out of the story.