The Wedding Guest

(Alex Delaware 34) An Unputdownable Murder Mystery from the Internationally Bestselling Master of Suspense

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Publisher Description

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Jonathan Kellerman’s legendary thrillers have sold over 80 million copies.
This might be his best yet.

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.
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'Jonathan Kellerman's new crime thriller delivers a killer wedding in more ways than one ... a thoroughly engaging whodunit'
CULTUREFLY
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Jonathan Kellerman's readers love The Wedding Guest:

‘Unputdownable!’
‘The book ticks all of the boxes and does not disappoint’
‘It has to be 5 stars!’
‘This book had me gripped throughout’
‘Always a thrill to read Mr Kellerman’s work and this did not disappoint’
‘I devoured it in one sitting’

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2019
7 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SELLER
The Random House Group Limited
SIZE
2
MB

Customer Reviews

drgaslol ,

Terribly written, hard to follow

The characters are not authentic, the plot is not suspensful and at times difficult to follow. One of the worst books I have read in a while..

Trev Head ,

Too much information

I got lost in the descriptions of condo owners and tenants and of the details of the villain’s past. Didn’t really catch on to his motives for murder. Altogether a strange book with a weird plot.

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