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Don't Blink by James Patterson
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Oct 07, 2010

it was amazing
Read in October, 2010

Mr. Patterson--

It's about time! Your latest book is reminiscent of your writing style of your earlier works, and by that I mean that I really enjoyed the way the book flowed, liked the dialogue, and was intrigued by the plot.

Nick Daniels, a reporter for the Citizen, shows up for one of the biggest interviews in his life--an interview with Dwayne Robinson. Some ten years ago, Dwayne, one of the Yankees' best pitchers EVER, never showed up for game seven to pitch what would have been his most important game in his life. Years later, many New Yorkers still want an explanation as to what happened on that infamous day, and Nick is about to learn the answer--or so he thinks.

The chain of events set into action from that meeting is not at all what Nick expected as Nick is plunged into a situation that has him running from two rival Italian families with a Russian organized group thrown in for good measure.

This is a quick and enjoyable read (read it in an afternoon) with good characters, a few twists and turns, and classic writing from James Patterson and Howard Roughan.


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