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"Three-year-old boy, the father, a nanny," Kyle said one more time before he left the party. He was about to go through the door in the sun porch when he turned to me and said, "You're the right person for this. They murdered a family, Alex."Which leaves Cross free to hunt the Mastermind, the barbarous brains behind a widening series of bank robberies in which employees or their family members are held hostage and, when instructions aren't followed to the finest iota, slaughtered. Given the cases' glaring and unfathomable inhumanity, Cross's long- time DCPD partner (the wonderful giant, John Sampson) gives way to the warm, attractive, and fiercely intelligent FBI Agent Betsey Cavalierre.
As soon as Kyle was gone, I went looking for Christine. My heart sank. She had taken Alex and left without saying good-bye, without a single word.
The longer and harder Cross and Cavalierre remain on his trail, the bolder and more brutal--and shiveringly close to home--the Mastermind's strikes become. And, thanks mostly to lightning-short paragraphs and a point of view that rappels from the first-person Cross to the third-person Mastermind, the tale progresses at hot-trot speed to a bona fide doozy of a denouement. It'll be over before you know it, so sit back, hold your breath, and enjoy the show. And stay tuned for the next one. --Michael Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
love James Patterson and Roses are Red does not disappoint.. Highly recommend.Published 10 days ago by MareBear
Can't read this whit out reading violets are blue just two of my favorite books as soon as I read one I went straight to the other it just grabs your attention from start to finishPublished 11 days ago by David Reaves
Great novel by Patterson. Easy read if you love mysteries but don't have a lot of time.Published 13 days ago by B. Conner
He had me in suspense right to the end, and I had read other of his books so I knew that Kyle Craig had been a killer but the last page still got me!Published 15 days ago by Rose P. Clack
This was a slog. The story felt very templated. Introduce a character, blow a few sentences of life into them and move on. For me the characters didn't make sense most of the time. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Rebecca
I enjoyed this book very much. It had very many twists and turns throughout that I was not expecting. Looking forward to the next book!Published 24 days ago by Taylor Webster