REVIEW: Cross Fire


Title: Cross Fire
Author: James Patterson
Finished: March 14, 2011
Pages: 356
Published: 2010
Format: First Edition

The Alex Cross stories just keep getting better and better. In the latest adventure, Alex finds himself facing his worst nightmare when Kyle Craig decides to make good on his promise and begins to threaten Alex’s family, teasing and taunting at every turn. You never know when he’s going to show up and how.

It doesn’t help when a couple high profile men are shot, starting a trail of calculated killings without any clues as to who the killers are. Alex not only has to worry about Kyle, but his pending nuptials and a new detective who wants to do everything different than the Alex Cross way.

This was a great book, couldn’t put it down, full of twists and turns and really up until the very last moment you never know what Patterson has up his sleeve. I’ve been enjoying this series a lot more lately and I can’t wait to see what he has planned next.

I’ve also been hearing about a new movie they are working on from one of the newer books so it should be interesting to see what comes of that.

*challenges: mystery & suspense, 100+ challenge, james patterson challenge, series 5 challenge, 11 in 11 challenge

Other Reviews: Under the Boardwalk

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