You've Been Warned
Kristin Burns has lived her life by the philosophy "Don't think, just shoot"--pictures, that is. Struggling to make ends meet, she works full-time as the nanny for the fabulously wealthy Turnbull family, looking after their two wonderful children and waiting for her glamorous life as a New York... show more
Kristin Burns has lived her life by the philosophy "Don't think, just shoot"--pictures, that is. Struggling to make ends meet, she works full-time as the nanny for the fabulously wealthy Turnbull family, looking after their two wonderful children and waiting for her glamorous life as a New York photographer to begin. When her photographs are considered by an elite Manhattan art gallery, it seems she might finally get the chance that will start her career. But Kristin has a major distraction: forbidden love. The man of her dreams is almost hers for keeps. Breathless with an inexhaustible passion and the excitement of being within reach of her goals, Kristen ignores all signs of catastrophe brewing. Fear exists for a reason. And Kristin can only dismiss the warnings for so long. Searching desperately for the truth through the lens of her camera, she can only hope that it's not too late. This novel of psychological suspense is a stunning achievement for thriller master James Patterson, "one of the bestselling writers in history" (New York Sun).
Publish date: September 10th 2007
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
This is probably the strangest book I've read by James Patterson. It's very disjointed and bizarre. Amateur photographer Kristin Burns is having an affair with a married man and really weird things are happening to her. People on the street are addressing her by name and saying strange things. She...
There's bad and theres BAD. This was not good. It made me feel the same way as when I read [b:Martin Misunderstood|4899946|Martin Misunderstood|Karin Slaughter|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51bCpoGk8JL._SL75_.jpg|3319509]. I didn't like any of the characters (apart from the kids). I can'...
Good story, but I didn't care for the narrator's voice. This just proves that Patterson needs a female co-author to write a female narrator.