Jonathan Kellerman's latest Alex Delaware & Milo Sturgis novel, THE MUSEUM OF DESIRE, is another well-crafted, interesting and engaging novel. The crime involved is weird and the complexity of the investigation is intriguing. It's hard to put down once you get going. It includes some threads of societal issues, old a new. For example, the new is the amount of gratuitous violence that seems to permeate a segment of people today who are largely self-focused and all about themselves, as the see and act towards other people as "throw-aways." The old, is about art stolen by the Nazi's from Jewish families that is still out there, often hidden away in private collections. The ending, as it should be, is creative. I continue to enjoy the dialogue between Alex and Milo - takes the edge off some of the hard stuff in the story.