Jan 19, 11
Read in January, 2011
I really enjoy James Patterson; this was one of his earliest Alex Cross' mysteries and it did not disappoint. Alex is working on two major murder cases: one involves young children from the school his son attends; the other is known as the Jack and Jill case (not only the code name for the President of the US and first lady, but also the names left behind on notes the killers leave at the crime scenes). Who do these killers have next in their sights? And why? Who can you trust and who is above suspicion. Most of Patterson's books read quite fast; this did not disappoint. A few twist and turns and the last 100 pages I could not put the book down.