REVIEW: I, Alex Cross

Title: I, Alex Cross
Author: James Patterson
Finished: November 7, 2010
Pages: 374
Published: 2009
Format: first edition

One of the most recent Alex Cross books introduces us to more of the Cross family as tragedy hits.

A beloved member of the family is brutally murdered and Alex finds himself on the quest to find who has disrupted their happy life and his birthday celebration.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Cross novel without some complications. Everything is wrong the situation and it doesn’t make Alex’s search for a brutal killer (or two) when the dearest member of the family falls ill.

A secret and hidden club, catering to the rich and famous and their kinky fantasies, run by a power player who feels he can’t be touched, becomes the prime focus and Alex finds himself looking for a faceless killer that no one can identify – except one girl that managed to escape and has been hiding ever since.

This was a great story, one of his best yet. The twists were unbelievable and I can’t wait to see what’s next after the brilliant cliffhanger.

*challenges: fall into reading, series IV, 1010 category challenge, RYOB challenge, november 12×12 challenge, countdown challenge, james patterson challenge III

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