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  • An Engrossing Story

    Lost Souls is the third book in the Clay Edison series by Jonathan Kellerman and Jesse Kellerman. Alameda County Deputy Coroner Clay Edison investigates when a young child's corpse is found in People's Park, a vacant piece of land in Berkeley, California, Clay Edison's home town. The infant was buried there fifty years earlier, making matters difficult for Clay as he attempts to follow scant leads and figure out what happened. Amidst all of this, Clay takes a call from a man who thinks the baby might be his sister. Clay's interest is buoyed and he continues the arduous journey of trying to uncover the the identity of both infants, encountering hatred, racism, ignorance, poverty and danger, directed towards himself and his family as he tries to bring about justice. The characters were compelling and Clay was definitely someone I wanted to cheer for. His character felt genuine, though flawed and I liked him for his determination and relentlessness. The supporting characters were well-rounded, and believable. Lost Souls was a comfortably-paced, multi-layered, page turner and I loved that Clay's personal life had a bearing on his professional one. Although Lost Souls is the third instalment in the series, it was easily read as a standalone. Full of little gems that refine a solid plot, the ending was neatly done. I have been inspired to read the series opener, Crime Scene, and book two, A Measure of Darkness, as well as excitedly anticipating book four. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Random House UK, Cornerstone/ Century via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Not up to usual standard.

    I have read all of Jonathan Kellermans books and this book was definately not up to his usual high standard. Long winded slightly disjointed and not riveting reading. I prefer those books penned solely by himself. Whilst not unreadable it was ' okay' at best.

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