London Bridges (Alex Cross Novels) by James Patterson Paperback Book


Rent London Bridges (Alex Cross Novels)

Author: James Patterson

Format: Mass Market Paperback, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Warner Books Inc

Published: Oct 2005

Genre: Fiction - Thrillers

Retail Price: $8.00

Pages: 400


Alex Cross is back--and so is the Big Bad Wolf.
Terrorists have seized the worlds largest cities. London, Washington, DC, New York, and Frankfurt will be destroyed, unless their demands are met--and their demands are impossible. After a city in the western United States is fire bombed--a practice run--Alex Cross knows that it is only a matter of time before the bombers threats to the other cities are brutally executed.
Heading up the investigation by the FBI, CIA, and Interpol, Alex Cross is stunned when surveillance photos show Geoffrey Shafer, the Weasel, near one of the bombing sites. He senses the presence of the Wolf as well, the most vicious predator he has ever battled. With millions of lives in the balance, Cross has to see if the most powerful law enforcement agencies in the world can stay ahead of these two mens cunning.

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BookLender review by Amanda on 2011-05-16 11:10:18

I was so excited to read this book, because I had read the Big Bad Wolf. When I started reading this I immediately was turned off. I felt like it was so back and forth between the different countries and the identity of the killer changing. I felt like I was chasing the false killer until the end when the so called real killer is revealed. Then Alex Cross ends off with saying, I watched the Wolf die, at least I kept telling myself until I believed it. Horrible book. Wish I wouldnt have read it.