“Survival of the Fittest” by Jonathan Kellerman : A Book Review


If you are looking for a psychological crime thriller, then Jonathan Kellerman’s “Survival of the Fittest” is the book for you.  A book with eugenically driven murders and Darwinism gone awry,  Dr. Delaware and his partner Det. Milo Sturgis battle against diplomacy, bigots and red tape to try and bring the killer to justice.  See an exerpt below and click here for the full review.


“Dr. Alex Delaware is hired to help his sister come to find some answers.  The Dr. Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis are called to the crime scene of Irit Carmeli, the daughter of an Israeli diplomat. At first, the diplomat denies any political motive, but as the bodies begin piling up, the victims all have one thing in common.”

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