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False Prophet [PDF / EPUB] False Prophet Even to case hardened Detective Sergeant Pete Decker the brutal rape of Lilah Brecht exuisite daughter of an aged Hollywood movie ueen is a disturbing act of violence The only leads are provided by Li Even to case hardened Detective Sergeant Pete Decker the brutal rape of Lilah Brecht exuisite daughter of an aged Hollywood movie ueen is a disturbing act of violence The only leads are provided by Lilah herself However Lilah's credibility is soon shattered when it emerges that she didn't physically see her rapist It was only her 'gift' of second sight that enable her to 'image' her attacker She claims that Decker is the only policeman who can truly understand and catch her attacker who she says is still threatening her Decker however is not so sure and is anxious to protect his heavily pregnant wife Rina from Lilah's alternately seductive and hysterical phone calls But when Decker himself sees Lilah almost killed in a freak accident he begins to think he may have judged her too harshly.

About the Author: Faye Kellerman

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10 thoughts on “False Prophet

  1. says:

    38 Settling into life as a family Peter and Rina Decker are back in this latest installment of their series We find Rina six months pregnant and the entire family is eagerly anticipating the baby's arrival Cindy is even going to stay with the family for the summer to help out Meanwhile Peter and Marge have reuested a transfer to work homicide in the Devonshire station alongside new colleague Scott Oliver Before all these changes occur; however a rape and burglary occur right in the Deckers' backyard and Peter and Marge are assigned to the case In this case we enter the lifestyles of the rich and famous Lilac Brecht is the daughter of actress Davida Eversong and director Hermann Brecht The only girl with three half siblings Lilah has always been the light for both her parents Now she runs a day spa to cater to the women of the upper echelon of society Always accustomed to getting whatever they want both Lilah and Davida come across as spoiled With this case occurring right after Rodney King and featuring many high profile characters the LAPD does not want too much publicity It is up to Peter and Marge to keep the force out of the limelight or at least in a positive light As the case unravels all the players keep playing off one another blackmail and all Meanwhile Peter uestions his abilities as a father because it is always a stretch to balance work and home life This mystery might not be at uite the level as the previous installments but it is a uick whodunit nonetheless With the baby's arrival imminent Cindy's appearance for the summer and from Scott Oliver in future books I am looking forward to the next book in the series

  2. says:

    So Peter and Rina are married Things are looking up of course there seems to be a little friction with Peter's older daughter who has become a bit distant since Rina became pregnant Still this is probably just something to do with dad having another baby and will be worked out All is looking greatThen of course Peter gets called in on the rape assault of the daughter of a well know golden age screen star The victim herself is well known and runs a popular spa She's had numerous suitors romantic liaisons and marriages She's beautiful desiredeccentric and has decided she wants PeterSighLife can be tough for us desirable menAnyway this book has a bit of the mystery flavor than the last as John puts convoluted clues together to figure out what's going onAgain a good book where characters work with plot and neither outweighs the other These are good books and I plan to follow the seriesRecommended enjoy

  3. says:

    I have been enjoying this series up until this installment sorry Ms Kellerman you missed the mark A bit out there and things for me just weren't that connected and it felt like there was no ending to the story An awful lot of nasty psycho disjointed characters and all good at the lying game a bit too far fetched for me But I haven't given up on the series yet3 stretched starsFrom the blurb LAPD Detective Peter Decker doesn't know uite what to make of Lilah Brecht The beautiful eccentric spa owner and daughter of a faded Hollywood legend Lilah was beaten robbed and raped in her own home and claims to have psychic powers that enable her to see even devastating events looming on the horizon With his heart and mind on his pregnant young wife Rina Lazarus at home Peter finds it hard to put much credence in the victim's outrageous claims or to become too deeply involved with her eually odd brothers and aging film star mom But when Lilah's dark visions turn frighteningly real Decker's world will be severely rocked as the false prophet's secrets and obsessions entrap the dedicated policeman and point a killer toward Decker's own vulnerable family

  4. says:

    Liked it but not as much as her other books There was less in the storyline about Rina her boys and Decker and on the crime storyline But I wasn't terribly happy with how the crime story got wrapped up I keep reading the series because I want to know how things develop with Decker Marge Rina and the boys and I like the crime stories But some of the books are better than others You could probably skip this one and just take note that Rina is pregnant in this one then move on to the next

  5. says:

    Review to follow shortly but an enjoyable read

  6. says:

    I liked this book and the characters It wasn't a can't put it down novel but reading until midnight was in the cards

  7. says:

    I love her books old or new It is intellectual riveting and uite simply fun I don't feel bad about indulging in a book for pleasure when it is a Kellerman novel

  8. says:

    Great characters relationships story and not predictable

  9. says:

    Peter Decker pursued by a crime victim used to having everything she wants involved in Hollywood stardom kamikaze horsesand the most dysfunctional of families digs into the crime and the background with lots of help from Marge Scott Oliver has a cameo appearance in this story with crimes spanning 3 different jurisdictions The crime related characters are mostly intentionally thoroughly unlikable but Decker still focuses on solving the crimes The ending was unsatisfying but a good reminder that things don't always wrap up neatly in real life

  10. says:

    I know this was written in the late 80searly 90s but there was a character named Totes and I just couldn't take it seriously after that Also after loving the last book in the series I felt like all the character progress had reverted

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