Faye Kellerman - New York Times Bestselling Author


JUSTICE, number eight in the series of Decker and Rina, was written in a very different way. Told in first person by the teenaged protagonist, Terry McLaughlin, and in my traditional third person through Decker’s point of view, the story features a homicide in a hotel room that occurred in an after-prom party. The center suspect is a charming but pathologically disturbed teenager who matches Decker not only in height but in wile.


“Surprising twists and engaging subplots will keep readers turning the pages to the satisfying conclusion.” – Publishers Weekly

“Kellerman keeps the suspense turned to high from beginning to end, and readers will find themselves thoroughly engaged and, as usual with Kellerman’s books, well entertained.” – Booklist

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Jonathan and I will be in New York for the Celebration of Jewish books at Temple Emanu-el on Sunday, March 11th We’ll be speaking at 11 in the morning and signing books at 2:30 that same afternoon. Come join us

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Thanks to everyone who came out to Left Coast Crime in Honolulu. A special thanks to Gay Gale for a fabulous convention And a heartfelt thanks for the Lifetime Achievement Award. Pictures to follow

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