Monk Book 12: Mr. Monk on the Couch

By Crime Mystery Books on January 17th, 2012

Published in June 2011, Mr. Monk on the Couch is book #12 in the Monk series. Lee Goldberg brings us another Monk mystery.Mr. Monk on the Couch book cover

Goldberg offers up a more Natalie-centric story in this particular book. If you enjoy Natalie and want to see her play a bigger role in one of the Monk books, then this one is definitely for you. If not, and you prefer all Monk, all the time, you might have to set aside your bias to really enjoy this book to its fullest.

Still, this book shows more about what is happening to Monk and his circle of friends and family now that the series is over and any fan is probably going to enjoy that.

Monk’s brother Ambrose is back, along with the Randy Disher replacement, because Disher (as in the television series) is no longer with SFPD.

Natalie not only narrates but plays a bigger role in this book, and she tries out her own detective skills as she tracks down the history of an old man found dead

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Mr. Monk on the Couch Summary Description

What does a couch, a security guard, a struggling student, and a beautiful woman have in common? Murder.

Natalie is working on her own investigation as she tries to do some detecting without Monk. Monk is busy with an investigation of his own that involves tracking down a second-hand couch which seems to be connected to a series of murders.

The 12th book in the Monk series gives Natalie fans a little something extra to enjoy!

For more about the Monk television series, Wikipedia has a thorough article that is full of interesting tid-bits about the series.

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