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A retarded child is ritually murdered while on a school outing in a nature reserve. The police, led by Milo Sturgis, have got nowhere and are hampered by the girl's parents: she was the daughter of an Israeli diplomat and her father refuses to allow any publicity for fear that the killing was anti-Semitic and that the death would encourage others. But Milo suspects the murderer is more 'ordinary', and with the help of Alex Delaware, tries to track any previous murders of retarded or disabled children. With painstaking research they reveal a ghastly trail of slaughter. In the midst of this they realise there is another investigator following their tracks - Daniel Shavari from Jerusalem, who last appeared in THE BUTCHER'S THEATRE - and whose orders may go beyond merely identifying the killer.

Survival Of The Fittest - Jonathan Kellerman

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Title
Survival Of The Fittest
Author
Jonathan Kellerman
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Little, Brown
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19971204

A retarded child is ritually murdered while on a school outing in a nature reserve. The police, led by Milo Sturgis, have got nowhere and are hampered by the girl's parents: she was the daughter of an Israeli diplomat and her father refuses to allow any publicity for fear that the killing was anti-Semitic and that the death would encourage others. But Milo suspects the murderer is more 'ordinary', and with the help of Alex Delaware, tries to track any previous murders of retarded or disabled children. With painstaking research they reveal a ghastly trail of slaughter. In the midst of this they realise there is another investigator following their tracks - Daniel Shavari from Jerusalem, who last appeared in THE BUTCHER'S THEATRE - and whose orders may go beyond merely identifying the killer.

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Jonathan Kellerman was a child psychologist before becoming a full-time novelist. He is married to the writer Faye Kellerman and they live in Los Angeles with their four children.

Simply too good to miss
STEPHEN KING

Fast-paced, well thought out, with an unexpected denouement
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

IRISH TIMES

Inspried and entirely credible detective work... Required reading.
LITERARY REVIEW

Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
512

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