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London Bridges by James Patterson
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Jun 18, 2008

really liked it

As if it's not enough that Alex Cross has a plethora of rather vicious bad guys just chomping at the bit to strike back against him, now he has two. In this novel, we see the return of not just the Wolf from the last Alex Cross novel, but also Geoffrey "Weasel" Shafer from Pop Goes the Weasel. And both are gunning to not just take down Cross, but bring the world to its knees via total city destruction. Yes, the Wolf and the Weasel have designs on completely destroying four major cities around the world unless the worlds' leaders bow down to their might and pony up one helluva ransom. And they both show, at several instances, that they're not bluffing. I am so thankful that the Alex Cross books of old seem to be back. A good old fashioned thriller played out against a post-9/11 backdrop.
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