Mr. Monk is a Mess (Mr. Monk, #14) by Lee GoldbergOnce again, Goldberg delivers a definitive response to anyone who disparages tie-in novels. The TV series, Monk, was great -- but what Goldbergs done with this series of novels -- particularly following the series finale.
What hes done with these characters -- Disher, Ambrose and especially Natalie (oh, yeah, and that OCD detective) is incredible. Almost got a little misty a couple of times here.
In addition to this great character development, we got a handful of great comic scenes, a couple of solid mysteries, and one of the most action-packed scenes in the Monk canon.
While I understand his need to move on with his career, really not liking the idea that theres only one more in this series from Goldberg. But Im really looking forward to his swan song now.
Mr. Monk Is a Mess by Lee Goldberg
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It was published on June 5, Like the other Monk novels, the story is narrated by Natalie Teeger , Monk's assistant. After arriving home in San Francisco after working as police officers in Summit, New Jersey, Natalie Teeger finds a dead body laying in her bathtub. Natalie now needs Monk's help, but Monk is preoccupied with his own investigation. He's helping his brother find his missing girlfriend Yuki Nakamura,  which is a problem that Monk is conflicted about, since he's happy to see Yuki leave. As the case continues, it becomes clear that Yuki has a dangerous past, and that they are chasing a ruthless, cold-blooded killer.