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The Quickie - Community Reviews back

by James Patterson, Mary Stuart Masterson, Michael Ledwidge
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Walk of Fame Books
Walk of Fame Books rated it 6 years ago
Short chapters therefore a fast read. Lots of twists but I could predicted the end from the first few chapters.
leekyle
leekyle rated it 7 years ago
As i journey through my current mission to read every single Patterson book known to man kind...I found 'The Quickie' interesting title i might add which almost (and i did say almost)threw me off as the title alone made me think of some sort of Harlequin Romance novel of sorts, even though it was on...
portable pieces of thoughts
portable pieces of thoughts rated it 8 years ago
synopsis:Lauren Stillwell, a homicide detective from New York, is happily married to a handsome finance advisor, Paul. One day she decides to surprise her husband, visiting him at work during lunchtime. She sees Paul going out with an unknown, tall, slim blonde. They enter a posh St Regis hotel and ...
Ravings of a Book Junkie
Ravings of a Book Junkie rated it 8 years ago
I just finished this book last night and what a ride it was! It did something few books manage to do for me any more, it surprised me. It is full of unseen twists and turns and like a quickie or a roller coaster - it is a screamingly fun, fast-paced heck of a treat to the senses.
toniblaha
toniblaha rated it 11 years ago
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melissawritergrrlreads
melissawritergrrlreads rated it 12 years ago
Patterson's novels with a female narrator, like this one, are my favourites.Note: books with titles (and a cover) like this one are probably not the best to be reading at work!
Coffee Bean Bookshelf
Coffee Bean Bookshelf rated it 12 years ago
It was a good book - personally I didn't see half the stuff coming, but in parts it was a bit unbelievable. Still a good read.
Book Thoughts
Book Thoughts rated it 12 years ago
The title of this book matches the length of time it took to read it. This is a typical recent James Patterson novel that has one to three pages per chapter. I have to admit that the style does keep me turning pages, but I really dislike how the character development is more or less non-existent. ...
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