REVIEW: Midnight Club


Title: Midnight Club
Author: James Patterson
Finished: August 20, 2011
Pages: 296
Published: 1989
Format: hardback

This was a great mystery from Patterson’s early days. I loved the detail he put into this intricate thriller about a secret club where the leaders are well renowned and hard to prove.

I think the suspense and twists of this particular story are not something we find very often in Patterson’s stories. I kept guessing what may happen next but that’s what made it such a great story.

When a detective, crippled by a killer years ago, finds himself fighting against the same man who killed his wife and left him helpless, he begins the journey once again to fight for his own life as well as those around him. The only one allowed to take down organized crime, is the cops – not other members of organized crime.

*challenges: tbr stack, james patterson challenge, off the shelf, 100+ challenge, 11 in 11 reading challenge 

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