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A fun reading experience
on April 2, 2014
When a young couple on their honeymoon are found murdered, the wealthy father of the groom hires FBI Special Agent John O’Hara to investigate. A short time later, another couple on their honeymoon are poisoned in plain view of numerous people at the JFK Delta terminal while waiting for their flight to Rome. Special Agent O’Hara is soon thinking of a serial killer of honeymoon couples.
Meanwhile, the FBI’s attention is drawn to another curious set of circumstances when several men in diverse geographical locations are murdered. Coincidentally, all the men killed have the last name of O’Hara. FBI Agent Sarah Brubaker picks up this case and travels to the several locations where the victims were found.
What’s going on here? Two serial killers at large in the same novel? Two different FBI agents, one male and the other female, are both on the lookout for the killers? If you suspect these two parallel paths to converge you’re clearly a fan of James Patterson. The chapters are short and he has a ‘hook’ that pulls you to the next page.
A fun novel to read as the plot picks up speed but don’t take it too seriously. It goes fast and you can probably finish it before your plane lands.