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I, Alex Cross by James Patterson
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Jul 29, 11

The latest in the Cross series - and the typical Patterson fluff. No thinking involved (ever) in reading these books - with chapters 3 sentences long. Book starts with Cross' niece dead, and a brutal trail of murders tied in. Cross of course takes the case, and successfully juggles the perfect family life, dedication to his craft and gets the help of every agency ever known to man (FBI, DOD, White House). At least (and I don't mean to sound morbid) Nana Mama (who is at least 100 years old and in perfect health to this point) finally has a health setback - undoubtedly she will bounce back and be doing cartwheels in the next installment. I'm a bit cynical with the Cross series (could you tell?) and merely read them because I've invested so much time at this point. If you are a Patterson fan, you will enjoy...if you are a fan of thrillers, try any Connelly, Flynn or Sandford novel - much better writing and plot lines.

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