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by James Patterson
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Obsession with words
Obsession with words rated it 2 years ago
Like the first book in this series, Kiss the Girls is a fast-paced read that kept me from putting it down. It has some gruesome details of murders and rape and isn't a story for everyone. I liked the connection to the Underground Railroad which was ironic since I'm also reading The Underground Railr...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 4 years ago
Great thriller. Cross is easy to like. The storyline kept me on edge.
Beth's Books
Beth's Books rated it 5 years ago
When I first learned about this series, I heard that Kiss The Girls was the best in the series, possibly the best Patterson book. I went into it thinking it would be good, but didn’t know that it would have the effect that it had. I could not stop reading it and spent most of the last two days readi...
Jean Phoenix's Online Niche
Jean Phoenix's Online Niche rated it 5 years ago
Terrible writing, this guy. And this should also be the last book by him that I read.
leekyle rated it 7 years ago
One of the best Patterson books yet. This was number 2 in the Alex Cross series. Well thought out cop thriller/mystery that has Detective Cross this time working out of the North Carolina district as he travels there after his niece is reported missing from her dorm at Duke University. Turns out som...
The Social Potato Reviews
The Social Potato Reviews rated it 7 years ago
It was okay. It was my first book from the author and one of his earliest works. I felt there were some scenes that were dragging, but overall it was fast-paced, as what a crime thriller novel should be. Not his best, definitely.
Dreamworld rated it 7 years ago
It was urgh. The book burned my brain and raped my life. It was slow-moving and horribly written.
random jendsmit
random jendsmit rated it 7 years ago
LOVED this book.
petergolder rated it 8 years ago
I liked it a lot. Fast paced, nice plot. I recommend it.
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
*Synopsis* "Casanova" works the East Coast, "The Gentleman Caller" works the West Coast, and these two serial killers might just be working together. Washed-up Washington, D.C., police detective Alex Cross gets involved when his niece is abducted.Another book in the Alex Cross series that was made i...
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