4 "Nighty-night, Your Honour."FrostyGlass | 05/05/2010 | See all FrostyGlass's reviews (85)Thoroughly enjoyed this book - as usual with Jonathan Kellerman's novels, I got gripped and found it difficult to put it down.When a couple are gruesomely murdered in their apartment, the only possible witness to the crime is a little girl. However, so doped up on medication prescribed by her lazy doctor, it is difficult to assess how much and what she saw. Que Dr. Alex Delaware. As he tries to establish a rapport with the little girl, he inadvertently gets dragged further and further into the murder case.It was nice to see the character of Alex Delaware be so much more proactive in this book - in some of the later ones although he is involved, he keeps much more to himself, whereas in the earlier ones he seems much more outgoing.Good book.