Motive: An Alex Delaware Novel by Jonathan Kellerman | Summary & AnalysisThis is a Summary & Analysis of Motive. Jonathan Kellerman’s Motive is a classic whodunit crime piece that leaves the reader guessing until its final chapters. The latest in Kellerman’s Alex Delaware series, Motive once again pits psychologist Alex Delaware with LAPD homicide detective Milo Sturgis on a murder case that both baffles and stuns them with its unconventional twists and turns.Psychologist Alex Delaware has been assisting on homicide cases alongside his friend Detective Milo Sturgis for years. Their latest crime scene has a unique twist- the killer set up a dinner for two that had been left untouched.
When the case goes cold, Milo struggles to get over his feelings of failure at bringing Katherine Hennepin’s murderer to justice. When wealthy businesswoman Ursula Corey is murdered in the parking garage of her divorce attorney’s office building, Alex and Milo believe it’s just another case.
But when an eerily similar culinary art display shows up in the kitchen of Ursula’s mansion, they begin to search for a correlation between the two victims.This companion to Motive also includes the following:• Book Review• Story Setting Analysis of Motive• Story elements you may have missed as we decipher the novel• Details of Characters & Key Character Analysis• Summary of the text, with some analytical comments interspersed• Thought Provoking /or Discussion Questions for Readers & Book Clubs• Discussion & Analysis of Themes, Symbols…• And Much More!Crime genre fans will enjoy the angle of the serial killer operating without a definitive M.
O., eluding even them until the final chapters.This Analysis of Motive fills the gap, making you understand more while enhancing your reading experience.