REVIEW: London Bridges


londonTitle: London Bridges
Author: James Patterson
Finished: September 6, 2009
Pages: 391
Published: 2004

The next Alex Cross adventure fits perfectly with the previous book. Alex is still hunting for the Wolf, and comes across another familiar killer.

All the while, Alex is still struggling with him family life, finding that maybe the FBI isn’t all he thought. Everyone begins to suffer and while Alex tries to finally catch a couple killers, he’s watching his kids grow up without him.

I really enjoyed this Alex Cross novel. They seem to keep getting better as the characters develop and the conflict continues to ebb and flow with Alex’s life. I’m speeding through these final books to catch up to the present. The newest titles and releases have me very curious as to what Patterson has up his sleeve for Cross but if it’s anything like the past, I’m sure it’s going to be amazing.

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