FBI agent Alex Cross is on vacation with his family at Disneyland when he gets a call from the Director. A well-known actress was shot outside her home in Beverly Hills. Shortly afterward, an editor for the Los Angeles Times receives an e-mail describing the murder in vivid detail. Alex quickly... show more
FBI agent Alex Cross is on vacation with his family at Disneyland when he gets a call from the Director. A well-known actress was shot outside her home in Beverly Hills. Shortly afterward, an editor for the Los Angeles Times receives an e-mail describing the murder in vivid detail. Alex quickly learns that this is not an isolated incident. The killer, known as Mary Smith, has done this before and plans to kill again. Right from the beginning, this case is like nothing Alex has ever confronted. Is this the plan of an obsessed fan or a spurned actor, or is it part of something much more frightening? And particularly baffling, how could a woman be capable of these vicious crimes? Members of Hollywoods A-list fear theyre next on Marys list, and the case grows by blockbuster proportions as the LAPD and FBI scramble to find a pattern before Mary can send one more chilling update. Filled with the ruthless and shocking twists that make his fans hunger for more, MARY, MARY is James Pattersons most sophisticated thriller yet.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 2006
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: Alex Cross (#11)
My third James Patterson novel in a month, Mary Mary didn't disappoint. An Alex Cross novel set mostly in LA, Mary Mary follows a bizarre serial killer who goes after high profile Hollywood mothers. As I've mentioned in previous reviews of Patterson, I love his work because he is able to write a wid...
It only took 11 books but I finally like Alex Cross. In previous books I have found him to be too 'perfect'. He jumps from woman to woman and each one is the love of his life. He loves Nana Mama and his kids yet he hardly ever sees them. And there isn't a problem he cannot solve. However in this boo...
This one was just so so for me...not really the best of Alex Cross.
While the previous Alex Cross novels were just above "okay" for me, this one was a step below that even. I found myself skimming a good portion of the book, simply because there was just too much "fluff" and I just wanted to get to the bones of it. Honestly at this point the only reason I'm continui...
I rarely include spoilers, but it's impossible for me to really convey why I hated this book so much without getting into detail. Basically, this book commits the absolute worst sin a mystery can in my opinion...the villain behind the mystery turns out to be someone that wasn't even in the book bef...