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review 2017-04-06 09:11
The Thomas Berryman Number by James Patterson
The Thomas Berryman Number - James Patterson

The Thomas Berryman Number

James Patterson

Paperback, 272 pages

Published April 1st 1996 by Grand Central Publishing (first published 1976)
ISBN:  0446600458 (ISBN13: 9780446600453)
I did enjoy it, but its not one of my favorite James Patterson novels. If you're looking for something easy to read, this would work. This is a shorter novel by Patterson, characters are well written, but the story is not as detailed as some of his other novels.
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review 2012-07-15 18:59
The Thomas Berryman Number
The Thomas Berryman Number - James Patterson Constantly through all my reviews on Patterson books I have continually said that i have yet to find a bomb so to speak. The Thomas Berryman Number was my 21st Patterson novel and how ironic the bomb i would find planted within the Patterson bibliography would be his very first book ever??!! Now everyone sets out in life in their chosen profession on a trial and error basis, given that I am no way at the point where i would say well that's it hands down...no more Patterson however if The Thomas Berryman Number was the very first book i had ever read of Patterson's i would've definatly thought really hard about reading anymore of his work. This book was so hard to follow i can't even with a clear head come up with a proper review on the synopsis as i usually do. Black Senator has been elected...assassination plot... an author who is writing about Berryman the killer??? So sorry i just can't. This was once again for the record James's first novel, and hell..i have never even attempted writing a book let alone how many he has so whom am i to criticize? In my journey through his books from A-Z I have enjoyed every single one of them up to reading this..he definatly gets a pass this time round! So in short if you are, like me, reading through his works you can either pass this, as i should've, or read it just to say it's done, as i did also, but just be forewarned tis all!
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review 2010-11-29 00:00
The Thomas Berryman Number
The Thomas Berryman Number - James Patterson eeew half hour of early morning listening time wasted.
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review 2010-11-26 00:00
The Thomas Berryman Number - James Patterson Plot Summary: The Thomas Berryman Number begins with three terrifying murders in the South. It ends with a relentless and unforgettable manhunt in the North. In between is the riveting story of a chilling assassin, the woman he loves, and the beloved leader he is hired to kill with extreme prejudice.Berryman, the central character, is a professional assassin who is hired to kill Jimmie Horne, the first black mayor of Nashville, Tenn. Ochs Jones, a reporter, isn't satisfied when Horne's death is blamed on a crazed stalker who is gunned down at the scene by a man believed to be a police officer. Jones' suspicions lead him to a patient in a New York mental hospital who was raving about the assassination weeks before it occurred. Jones' investigation unearths the identity of Berryman, and he traces the killer's movements from New York to New Orleans and on to Nashville, adding along the way some insight into Horne and other people involved in the story. I my humble opinion, this book was one of James worse releases. It just made absolutely no sense whatsoever and fell flat on it's face. Good thing his other releases got better!
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