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In this dramatic new novel following the bestselling The Dark Tide, a drive-by shooting rocks the posh suburb of Greenwich, Connecticut, and an innocent bystander is left dead.
Detective Ty Hauck plunges into what seems like a vicious case of retribution and follows the trail to a sinister gambling scheme at an upstate casino. Until Annie Fletcher, a young restaurateur in the midst of rebuilding her life, witnesses something she shouldn't have—and immediately runs to him with what she knows. Suddenly, Hauck is pulled into a rising storm far greater than it first appeared—a storm wide enough to encompass corruption inside Greenwich's circle of wealthy and powerful citizens. And punishing enough to consume Hauck's own family, and tear brothers apart forever . . . if it doesn't kill them first.
Don't Look Twice is a gripping story of profiteering on an international scale and an emotionally resonant domestic thriller from one of the hottest new talents in suspense fiction.
A complicated plot which is expertly written to provide the viewer with a can't put down read.Published 18 days ago by Robert R. Clark
Since he sometimes co-writes along side Michael Connelly I was expecting the same suspenseful writing. This book was good but no where near the caliber of Connelly.Published 19 days ago by C. Warner
James Patterson he is NOT. I have read two books with the Ty character and will not read any more. Poor writing uninteresting character. Disappointing!!Published 1 month ago by Deborah Curlee
One of the best James Patterson did a good job showing him how its done. Looking for more books by Andrew GrossPublished 1 month ago by Nitabelle Lintz
This was easy reading. Really easy reading. It was interesting for the first few pages and it got long and boring. Too many characters that did not make any difference. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gordon
Lots of characters keeps you wanting to read more about how everything works out in the end. Good story line, interestingPublished 3 months ago by Patricia English
Too much using The Lord's name in vain , there are plenty more expletives to use, took away from book.Published 3 months ago by Jackie Young