London Bridges by James Patterson Paperback Book

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Author: James Patterson

Narrator: Peter J. Fernandez

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Time Warner Audiobooks

Published: Nov 2004

Genre: Fiction - Thrillers

Retail Price: $39.98

Discs: 7

Synopsis

In the 10th Alex Cross book, the now-FBI agent faces two prior nemeses. Cross is tapped to head an international task force dedicated to stopping a cabal of terrorists who are threatening to bomb several major world cities. Somehow connected to the plot are two men Cross has encountered before: the British murderer called the Weasel and the Russian criminal known as the Wolf.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Julie on 2009-06-09 00:45:37

This had me right at the beginning One of James Patterson's best book so far. I love the Alex Cross series and this one didn't disappoint me. I also like the person who reads the book. He is very easy to understand. Great book Julie

BookLender review by Debby on 2007-06-04 17:20:38

I'm surprised by the previous reviewer who did not like this story. Of course, I have read every one of Patterson's books (thrillers only) and I have followed The Weasel and Alex Cross. I thought that this story was intriguing. The ending did get me a bit confused, but I thought that the storyline gave me the dose of mystery and intrigue that Patterson does so well. If you don't like thrillers, then I'd stick with his few non-thriller books.

BookLender review by John on 2007-05-24 18:42:07

Usually I really enjoy James Patterson but not this time. It was too difficult to get into and the subject and person changes were abrupt and not well transitioned. For the first time in a a long time I sent the book back without getting beyond the 2nd disc. Patience I have but this one was not for me.