Lost Souls, Jonathan And Jesse Kellerman

Lost Souls opening lines: On a damp Saturday, just last year, the sixties finally died in Berkeley. On Sunday, I came for the bones.

Lost Souls

My blurb:

Clay works for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. He is one of the Coroner’s in the bureau. The bones become his because the officer on duty broke protocol. This official case becomes entwined with a private one, and finally the past can be put to rest. But while working both, Clay puts his life and the lives of his family at risk.

Lost Souls
Deputy Coroner Clay Edison is juggling a new baby who won’t sleep with working the graveyard shift. For once he’s trying to keep things simple.
When infant remains are found by developers demolishing a local park, a devastating cold case is brought back to light.
Clay has barely begun to investigate when he receives a call from a man who thinks the remains could belong to his sister – who went missing fifty years ago. Now Clay is locked in a relentless search that will unearth a web of violence, secrets and betrayal.
Because in this town, the past isn’t dead. It’s very much alive. And it can kill.
My verdict:

I am a huge fan of the Kellerman family of authors. In all the books I have read written by Jonathan and Jesse, only one has failed to impress. An easy read with an ending you might not have guessed.

Publishing information:
ISBN 9781780899084
Format Trade Paperback
Published August 2020

Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.


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10 thoughts on “Lost Souls, Jonathan And Jesse Kellerman

  1. Somehow I never became a Kellerman fan. I read a few by Faye Kellerman (I think that’s Jonathan’s wife) but subsequent ones became unpleasantly violent. That was years ago!

    be well… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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