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Kill Me If You Can by James Patterson
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Jul 05, 2012

really liked it
Read in October, 2011

Kill Me If You Can is James Patterson's latest stand-alone novel where a struggling artist strikes it lucky when he finds a bag full of diamonds during an assassination in Grand Central Station. His luck is not completely on his side though as on his tail to get the diamonds back is the Russian Mafia and some of the World's most deadliest assassins.

The story is a little over the top (which Patterson book isn't?!) but is definitely one of his best novels that he has "written" in a while. The action is extremely fast-paced, the characters are all well written and the twists came out of nowhere on quite a few occasions and had me surprised. Some of the action is quite violent and reminded me of some of his earlier works.

I actually think that this book would make an excellent film adaptation, so hope this will crop up one day, but in the meantime, I highly recommend this book as it is an exciting, quick read that I guarantee you'll enjoy.

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