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Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus are back in this gripping mystery involving a secret cabal of some of Los Angeles’ most wealthy—and vicious—teens

LAPD lieutenant detective Decker and his wife, Rina, have willingly welcomed fifteen-year-old Gabriel Whitman, the son of a troubled former friend, into their home. While the enigmatic teen seems to be adapting easily, Decker knows only too well the secrets adolescents keep—witnessed by the tragic suicide of another teen, Gregory Hesse, ...

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Overview

Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus are back in this gripping mystery involving a secret cabal of some of Los Angeles’ most wealthy—and vicious—teens

LAPD lieutenant detective Decker and his wife, Rina, have willingly welcomed fifteen-year-old Gabriel Whitman, the son of a troubled former friend, into their home. While the enigmatic teen seems to be adapting easily, Decker knows only too well the secrets adolescents keep—witnessed by the tragic suicide of another teen, Gregory Hesse, a student at Bell and Wakefield, one of the city’s most exclusive prep schools.

Gregory’s mother, Wendy, refuses to believe her son shot himself and convinces Decker to look deeper. What he finds disturbs him. The gun used in the tragedy was stolen—evidence that propels him to launch a full investigation with his trusted team, Sergeant Marge Dunn and Detective Scott Oliver. But the case becomes darkly complicated by the suicide of another Bell and Wakefield student—a death that leads them to uncover an especially nasty group of rich and privileged students with a predilection for guns and violence. Decker thought he understood kids, yet the closer he and his team get to the truth, the clearer it becomes that he knows very little about them, including his own charge, Gabe. The son of a gangster and an absent parent, the boy has had a life filled with too much free time, too many unexplained absences, and too little adult supervision.

Before it’s over, the case and all its terrifying ramifications will take Decker and his detectives down a dark alley of twisted allegiances and unholy alliances, culminating at a heart-stopping point of no return.

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A teenage romance dominates bestseller Kellerman’s subpar 20th novel featuring LAPD Lt. Peter Decker and his wife, Rina Lazarus (after 2010’s Hangman). Decker’s search for the truth in the wake of the inexplicable suicide of high school student Gregory Hesse competes with the story of Decker’s latest rescue, 15-year-old Gabe Whitman, a brilliant musical prodigy whose father earns his living as a pimp. Gabe’s hormones run out-of-control after he meets 14-year-old Yasmine Nourmand, a Persian Jew from a very traditional family. The vicissitudes of the budding relationship between Gabe, who lives with the Deckers, and Yasmine hit on pretty much all the usual clichés, and this focus diminishes the impact of the truth behind Gregory’s death. Kellerman’s portrayal of Rina as the Jewish mother of all Jewish mothers may leave some readers wishing the author had cast Rina more as an individual than a type. (Jan.)
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A psychopath's teenage son falls in love. Lt. Peter Decker, LAPD, and his wife Rina, a grandma supplying kosher treats to the children and grandkids, have taken on the task of fostering Gabe, a 15-year-old piano prodigy, whose mom has abandoned him and whose dad, hit man Chris Donatti, has settled in Nevada to operate a chain of brothels. After a standoff with a posse of threatening school bullies led by Dylan Lashay, Gabe meets and falls for Yasmine, 14, a Persian Jew and opera aficionado. They keep their romance secret from her Orthodox parents, but text incessantly and meet every morning before school at the Coffee Bean. Decker meanwhile tries to discover why two teens at Bell and Wakefield prep school have committed suicide with stolen guns within six weeks of each other. When Dylan's main squeeze, the sexually manipulative Cameron, approaches Gabe and he turns her down, her revenge includes bogus cries of rape and a kidnapping at gunpoint. Decker and coppers Dunn and Oliver swoop in and confiscate evidence that will not only support Gabe and Yasmine's version of what went on but tie Dylan and his hotheads to at least one of the suicides. Kellerman (Hangman, 2010, etc.) stakes out her claim as the mordant Judy Blume. If you're not particularly engaged by the sexual arousal of pubescent first-timers, you can skip to the final vignette, which puts the focus back on adult misdemeanors.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062064325
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/3/2012
  • Series: Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus Series , #20
  • Pages: 375
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Faye  Kellerman

Faye Kellerman is the author of twenty-seven novels, including twenty New York Times bestselling mysteries that feature the husband-and-wife team of Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus. She has also penned two bestselling short novels with her husband, New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman, and recently has teamed up with her daughter Aliza to co-write a teen novel titled Prism. She lives in Los Angeles, California, and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Biography

It's tempting to compare Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus to Dashiell Hammett's classic crime-solving couple, Nick and Nora Charles. But Faye Kellerman's duo, who debuted in 1983, bear more resemblance to her own husband-wife dynamic with fellow bestselling thriller author Jonathan Kellerman. Decker is an L.A. cop; wife Rina is an Orthodox Jewish mom who gets very involved in her husband's work. The series comes with a love story built in, since in the first title, Ritual Bath, Lazarus is a witness meeting Detective Decker for the first time. Over the next dozen-odd novels, the two fall in love, get married, have children and solve crimes along the way.

Kellerman, who was inspired by her husband to begin writing, is also the author of Moon Music, a contemporary thriller set in Las Vegas, and The Quality of Mercy, a historical novel of Elizabethan England. Fans needn't worry, however, that Kellerman is going to abandon the pair she is best known for. "I never tire of them," Kellerman says in an interview on her publisher's web site of Decker and Lazarus. "I like them very much, but to keep them fresh is the main reason why I have two 'outside-the-series' or 'stand alone' books. Once in a while you have to sit back and gain some perspective on these people that you are writing about year after year."

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    1. Hometown:
      Beverly Hills, California
    1. Date of Birth:
      July 31, 1952
    2. Place of Birth:
      St. Louis, Missouri
    1. Education:
      B.A. in Mathematics, 1974; D.D.A., 1978

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2012

    Didn't Care For This

    I found the "love story" too long, drawn out and "sappy" for one of Faye Kellerman's books. I like the play between Peter and Rina as it seems real...but the Gabe romance was too Danielle Steele for me.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2012

    Not up to the others in the series

    I have read all of this series and delightedly await each new book. This book is losing me. I am still in the middle of it but waiting for it to get better or be over. As a mother who has parented four teenagers, the dialogue between Gabe and Yasmine feels stilted and unreal to me. Yasmine's character may be more appropriate to how she is being raise-- the sheltering of her family and religious school environment-- than does Gabe's character, which seems simplistic and forced and too adult-like. In particular, his lack of any apparent sadness around his abandonment by his mother hit me as way off the mark. Maybe it will get better as i reach the second half.

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2012

    Top notch!

    This is the first Faye Kellerman book I've read and I loved it! I went on to see if previous books containedGabe and his parents and found it and read it. I hope Ms Kellerman continues to include Gabe, the pianistic prodigy in future books as I found myself identifying with him in so many ways.
    Musically,I identify and know the music pieces mentioned as I performed them. I read some of the reviews and felt that some of the comments were made by individuals with siblings and what they "know" of "only children" is probably hearsay or what has been reflected by the media. I hope the author continues to write with Gabe included and that his musical genius flowers and blossoms including his knowledge of guns and everything he has learned from his father and mother and doesn't want to follow in their footsteps. Also, I'd like to know how his relationship with his half-sister develops. Keep up the good work, Ms. Kellerman. I am a loyal fan(I've read the first three books you've written).

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 10, 2012

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    Bullying Plus

    In this latest installment of the Decker/Lazarus series, the author attempted to inject a slightly different approach to the formula. It probably will upset some readers, and intrigue others. Some will look at the novel and consider it pornographic, in a sense. Others might see it as sensitivity akin to the current controversy over same sex marriage. Whatever stance, the plot is a stimulating one, with the intersecting of two very different sets of characters.

    The story begins with the mother of a high school boy who has committed suicide visiting Peter Decker in an effort to find out why he did it. Although the coroner has ruled it a suicide, Decker is intrigued enough to look into the matter, especially when a second suicide of a pupil from the same school occurs. The novel then continues to look into what appears to be a group of bullying students, combined with the teenage love affair of Gabe Donatti, the 15-year-old piano genius living with Peter and Rina, and an orthodox Persian teenager who attends the school at which Lazarus teaches.

    As in the previous novels in the series, the well-written book is full of homespun allusions. Some of the techniques to flavor the teenage atmosphere, like excessive texting, certainly may be off-putting to many readers, but is an apt portrayal of communication for this age group. That said, it is a good read and is recommended.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2012

    Loved it..

    yes the young love was a bit much at times.. but it was about right hormonal teenagers.. overall I enjoyed the book and the plot was a very good one. Issues that are really going on in many school around the country.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 10, 2012

    Fell Flat

    This story focuses on fifteen-year-old Gabe, the Decker's foster son, as the topic revolves around teenage gangs and bullying, and how such things sometimes lead to suicide. With the topic being about teenagers, sex is a part of that and became a central theme in this story which was a distraction for me because it was more explicit than was necessary and made an otherwise good plot less than the standard I've come to expect from Kellerman's series. While the story focuses on Gabe and his new girlfriend, I felt that they didn't talk and act like typical teens, especially 14-year-old Yasmine, and although I know teenage boys think about sex most of the time, it just got to be too much page after page in this story and took away from the important topic of teen bullying and suicide.

    I really looked forward to this newest title as a fan of the series but was left disappointed.

    I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited, nor was a positive review required.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 9, 2012

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    Reviewed for Readers Favorite by Jean Brickell

    Reviewed for Readers Favorite by Jean Brickell

    "Gun Games" by Faye Kellerman is the story of Lt Decker and his police unit trying to make sense of two young people who commit suicide for little reason. Decker wants to see if there is any connection to school kids that harass others. It is also the story of Gabe, a young man who has a great future ahead of himself and Yasmine who must keep their relationship a secret from her parents because they would not approve of Gabe on religious and ethnic reasons. There is a strong theme of bullying other students by a gang of teens.

    As usual, Faye Kellerman has done it again. What a book! The story of Gabe and Yasmine is a sweet romance. What is not sweet is the high school kids that harass them and others. Maybe the two suicides of high school kids might be in some way caused by the gang of 'crowders'. Decker feels the need to look into the cases and see if there is any connection. Gabe is living with Decker and Rina while working on his piano future. Gabe's dad is one of the more interesting characters, a Los Vagas king pin capable of anything. The action is fast and gripping and you will not want to put this book down until it is finished. There is no doubt the book "Gun Games" is best seller material. It is really fascinating.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 12, 2012

    Not my favorite...........

    This, to me, was like 2 books shuffled into one and written by 2 different people - Faye Kellerman and an adult (maybe) who thinks they remember being a teen and shuffled together like a deck of cards. Perhaps Gabe and Yasmine were supposed to represent innocence and "the gang" the nasty mean older teens who have lost theirs. I was bored by the page after page of explicit "young love" and found myself reading the first paragraph and the last paragraph in their chapters and skipping the middle. What was with Peter and Rina and their fog in relation to Gabe? They are supposed to be instense family people but I guess it is only with their own blood. He is 15 years old, living in their house, but they have no clue, after 4 children of their own? They couldn't figure out that he is lonely??? Come on. This book could have been written with half the pages. The best part were the last pages. Glad I borrowed it from the Library and didn't pay for it.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 10, 2012

    Not her best

    Really got tired of the details of the teenagers and the f word. I am not offended by it but wonder if Faye feels that to keep young she has to use it to an extreme.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Loved it :)) Awesome book!!!

    Another fabulous, wesome "CHRIS/TERRY/GABRIEL DONATTI" sequel. I absolutely loved the book, so much, that I finished it in one day. It is such a tender young love story between Gabe & Yasmine. THANK YOU, MRS. KELLERMAN for bringing it to us & for doing such a good job. I've been an AVID FAN of your books & work & "JUSTICE"(CHRIS/TERRY DONATTI LOVE STORY) is my alltime FAVORITE. Please continue writing abt this family. I' m looking forward on the FOURTH SERIES of this story. I highly RECOMMENDED this book/sequels to all my friends & Faye Kellerman fans. It's worth the money!!!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2012

    Get comfortable before you start reading...

    because you won't want to stop when high school students are playing with guns. It is up to Peter Decker and his team of detectives to figure out what's happening before more deaths occur. Even the most recent addition to the Decker household, young Gabe Whitman, faces the wrong end of a gun, something his hit-man father, Chris Donatti, does not appreciate. It isn't that Gabe goes looking for trouble but it finds him and his girlfriend anyway. Will their risky behavior lead them to problems like those of Gabe's parents or will Peter and Rina's influence help Gabe make better decisions?

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2014

    Cora

    Nods and smells

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2014

    Diddoc to vora

    Mouths i have gotten smany moose here its a good spot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2013

    another great read by Another great read from Faye Kellerman

    The Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus books never fail to provide well developed storylines and fascinating characters.

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  • Posted December 11, 2013

    Highly recommend all the Decker/Lazarus books - can't put them down!

    I have read all of Faye Kellerman's Decker/Lazarus books and can't wait for the next one to come out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Thus was such a turn off that i presume was written in a hurry to pay pressing irs demands.

    This series has gone down hill. Each book lost it more and mre. It needs a new physical aetting perhaps hawaii or alaska. Or he retires and becomes a police chief in a small town in wisconsin.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2013

    Awful

    If you read this out loud wash your mouth out with soap

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2013

    I agree with other reviewers who said that there is too much of

    I agree with other reviewers who said that there is too much of Gabe and Yasmine teen angst (I kept waiting for them to start calling each other "shmoopy"). I took the advise of one reviewer and skipped the annoying text messages between the teens and that really helped. Faye Kellerman has included teens in her books before, but they were always part of the storyline. In this book, most of the relationship between Gabe and Yasmine did not move the plot forward.
    However, the main story line is interesting and once I got past the Gabe/Yasmine stuff, it was well worth it, which is why I gave it 4 stars..

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  • Posted May 10, 2013

    A little disappointed

    I've read all Faye Kellerman's work. I am a fan. This book meanders a bit, especially in the beginning to set up the story for the very predictable ending. I like to have characters that I can like or hate or empathize with. This book isn't so much about the Deckers as it is someone else and a teen age relationship that is annoying, to say the least. I'm a mature reader and this teenage romance oriented suspense story wasn't very interesting. I didn't care what happened to the kids. Maybe this will appeal to teens. Maybe Faye should will go all the way with her next Decker book and introduce vampires. I was disappointed.

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  • Posted April 13, 2013

    I have read some of the others in this series and enjoyed them.

    I have read some of the others in this series and enjoyed them. I found little suspense and I really wasn't even that interested in the mystery. The book was more about the whiny girlfriend.

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