Kill Alex Cross - James Patterson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846057647 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: James Patterson / Hardcover / 384 Pages / Book is published 2011-09-15 by Century
Newest Review: ... and former partner on the force, is given little background. The only permanent character that retains any actual 'character' ... more
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by - written on 28/06/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
'Kill Alex Cross' is the 18th book in James Patterson's Alex Cross Series. I can't quite believe it's been so many, but I've been reading these from the first book and I've read every one of them. I suspect I'm only still reading them now because once I start something I like to see it through to the bitter end - I've started so I'll finish! But will it ever end I wonder? The title of this book would suggest that maybe Detective Cross's time is up and the tag line is 'Could his most terrifying case be his last?' The Characters You'd think that after so many books the characters would be well developed and multi-layered, yet in actual fact ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
It seems hard to believe, that this is Alex Cross' 18th outing, and he's certainly come a long way since his first appearance in Kiss the Girls. Recent entries in the series have shown signs of tiredness, suggesting that Patterson was overusing his original (and best) creation. To some degree Kill Alex Cross halts that decline. When the son and daughter of the current American President are kidnapped from their school, Alex once again finds himself in the thick of the action, trying to find them and bring them home. Meanwhile, a series of high level terrorist attacks lead to an atmosphere of panic and fear in the capital. Are the two cases connected or is the ... Read the complete review
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