I don’t know how Patterson does it but each novel of Alex Cross is better than the last one and “Alex Cross, Run” is a prime example of that.
Though marketed as a YA title “Confessions of a Murder Suspect” is a great read for anyone who wants a good mystery.
Poor Alex Cross can not even enjoy Christmas with his family because he is called out on Christmas Eve to deal with a hostage situation and later a search for a terrorist group in the newest novel “Merry Christmas, Alex Cross.”
“Zoo” is another great read by these two authors. Something has happened around the world. Many different types of animals are attacking humans.
“Middle School Get Me Out of Here” opens with Rafe enrolling in a new school while his family has to move because his mother’s job has come to an end.
I was disappointed in “Guilty Wives” because the events in the story unfold so slowly. The premise is a very good one in which four female best friends are on vacation in Europe.
As “I Michael Bennett” opens he is on vacation with his family and housekeeper. The leisure time is cut short as he is called back into service.
“11th Hour” is another fast paced thriller in The Women’s Murder Club series. This time Lindsay Boxer is pregnant and she has two different murder cases she is investigating.
James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts in “Middle School the Worst Years of My Life” have written a laugh out loud book that anyone in school can relate to.