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He attention of the police Because the subjects of the pictures look exactly like the victims in a long cold murder case Ethan has received a letter saying stop stop stop And the still missing genius may be the link to a madman—or the madman himself..

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The Genius Read ´ 106 Jesse Kellerman was born in Los Angeles in His award winning plays have been produced throughout the United States and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Most recently he received the Princess Grace Award given to America’s most promising young playwright He lives with his wife in New York City.

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  • Arielle Walker

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusIt's always fun to read books set in the art world So much is recognisable but always in caricature and this one was a pretty good oneI did think that the main characternarrator was kind of a prick but that didn't take away from my enjoyment at all


  • Caro the Helmet Lady

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusThis was surprisingly and really good especially for the randomly picked book that I didn't even intend to read But


  • Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic)

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusAuthor Jesse KellermanPublished 2008Recommended for fans of crime fictionThis book took me a little while to get into it and understand it but once I did I was hooked on it I haven't read a book by Jesse Kellerman before or his parents so I was new to his style of writing but it certainly kept my attention throughout the book and it is one that does stick in your mind The pace of the book is kept up throughout it doesn't have a lull in it where you think if you should continue with it or not It does contain alot of unexpected twists and turns which keeps you on your toes and keeps you guessing Even though this book contains two stories that at first seem seperate end up twisting together nicely at the very end you have the story of Ethan Muller who is an art dealer and then you also have the story of Victor Cracke who is one of the


  • Baba

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusEthan Muller is put in charge of a collection did I say a collection like a mountain of same sides pieces of art when it suddenly dawns on him that the 1000s of pieces make up a an immeasurable sized single piece of art Investigating the missing artist and the artwork itself


  • Laura T

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusTHIS is a great book I grabbed it randomly off the shelf at the library pushing the stroller with my two year old inside just grabbing stuff so I could get out of there before the baby got cranky and hoping for the best Which crazily enough I got This book is about the art world which I know nothing about so I was concerned but I had no reason to be Jesse Kellerman does a beautiful job explaining but not over explaining The characters in this book are extremely well drawn the dialogue is refreshingly realmy one and only complaint is that in much of the dialogue uestions are asked but no uestion marks are used The uestions are used as statements I would have no problem with that if it was one character with that sort of speech pattern but it's all of them In my experience there are SOME people who talk like that but certainly not everyone I know Other than that very small thing I LOVED this book


  • Ian Mapp

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusMy advice to anyone reading this is to concentrate especially during the interludesThe inerludes kind of ruin the book as a narrative structure but are used in a hamfisted fashion by the author to explain the backstoryIts a shame as most of the book plays with the form of a detective novel and is told in the first person with the art dealer Ethan Muller talking directly to the reader and explaining why he isnt exaggerating and why the usual forms of a detective thriller murders chases etc are not present in the bookThen the


  • Noel G

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusWell i was torn between a 3 and a 4 star for this one In fact whilst writing this i have changed it to a 4Very in depth and strange plot b


  • Toni

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusLook I am a Kellerman fan loved his mum's writing and his dad's so I knew it would be worth the read and I don't think I was wrong The plot was great and the ending even better


  • Lance Greenfield

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusOriginal but hardly compellingThis book is very difficult for me to discuss as I am still not sure whether I like it or not At times the writing is great and I cannot wait to find out what happens next At other times I found myself saying Well that's totally ridiculous and laying the book to one side until I could return with a little enthusiasm There are a few intriguing twists and turns along the way so one would expect an unpredictable ending Not so The last few chapters lead to some fairly predictable conclusions H


  • Barb

    The Genius Read ´ 106 The GeniusI liked the mystery threaded through this story I also liked the way the author took us back in time and showed us the Muller family history Showing the reader where Ethan Muller came from allowed us to better understand his relationship with his family especially his father I liked that we got to see a little slice of life from each generation and the supporting characters had the spotlight for a brief period of time All of the characters were really well imagined and the outcome of the story was very realistic