Four Blind Mice


400000000000000070940_s4Title: Four Blind Mice
Author: James Patterson
Finished: August 1, 2009
Pages: 387
Published: 2002

The 8th book in Patterson’s Alex Cross series. It’s been awhile since I read one of them, but they never seem to disappoint. This wasn’t my favorite of them, but it was still enjoyable.

A group of men who call themselves “three blind mice” are killing off military men, women and others, then painting their bodies in red, white and blue. Alex Cross knows there’s some connection between the men and an incident during the Vietnam war, but finding it out is harder than he imagined when the military refuse to help.

On another hand, Alex is looking forward to this being his last case and continuing on with a safer life for himself and his growing family. But a new love may cause more pain when the long distance between them starts to become a problem.

It was a quick read and I’m looking forward to the next one very soon.

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