REVIEW: Cross


crossTitle: Cross
Author: James Patterson
Finished: September 11, 2009
Pages: 393
Published: 2006

Starting to get closer to catching up on the Alex Cross series. This book was a long time coming, as Alex finally comes to face his wife’s killer.

Alex’s new life is running smooth, he doesn’t seem to have too many problems, but when a series of rapes and murders start to mirror the past, Sampson pulls Alex back to work to help save the lives of those remaining.

I really enjoyed this book, as one of the biggest mysteries has been solved. But in the Cross world, somethings aren’t always as they seem – there may be a few more surprises in store. With a cliffhanger ending, I am anxious to get started on the next book.

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