Alex Cross, Washington, DC, FBI agent, is back in his most explosive adventure yet. And so is the Wolf. And so is the Weasel. Alex Cross is on vacation when he gets the call. A town in Nevada has been annihilated and the Russian super-criminal known as the Wolf is claiming responsibility. Major... show more
Alex Cross, Washington, DC, FBI agent, is back in his most explosive adventure yet. And so is the Wolf. And so is the Weasel. Alex Cross is on vacation when he gets the call. A town in Nevada has been annihilated and the Russian super-criminal known as the Wolf is claiming responsibility. Major cities around the globe are threatened with total destruction and the thought of such dark genius at work makes Alex's blood run cold. Cross is catapulted into an international chase of astonishing danger. Arriving in London, he fights his way through a torrent of false leads, impersonators and foreign agents. Then, in the most unforgettable finale, Alex Cross confronts the truth of the Wolf's identity -- a revelation that even Cross himself may be unable to survive. Full of the high-voltage action and enthralling intrigue for which James Patterson is best known, LONDON BRIDGES is an unforgettable thriller that will grip you from cover to cover.
Publish date: August 31st 2005
Publisher: Time Warner Book Group
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
Alex was more un-believeable in this book than others. The voice-over guy on the audiobook seemed to only change the inflection of his voice, but didn't seem to be able to convey the characters' emotionally. I'm new to audiobooks so, maybe he wasn't meant to. The Wolf strikes again. He'll huff and...
The thing about Patterson books is that they are very easy to read. Short chapters (even though nearly one hundred and fifty chapters to a three hundred page novel is a bit extreme!), easy language to understand, everything is spelled out for the reader. But I'll admit this one had a few twists and ...
Welcome back Alex Cross...I have missed you!!!
I had not read a James Patterson book in years. This is the 10th installment of the Alex Cross series out of something like 20 books. The last book I read of his was #9, and at that point I was caught up in the series.This was another classic James Patterson book. Each chapter is like 200 words, ...
Just good Patterson. This is when his writing was good..I loved all of the earlier Alex Cross books. They were creepy and could suck the reader in from page one. Alas, that Patterson is gone!