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Sunday, April 13, 2008

Cross by James Patterson

Alex Cross is a likeable main character with a wealth of crap in his life. I enjoy the Alex Cross books. I definitely wouldn’t want a steady diet of them but sneaking one in between other reads works out just fine. As in most current novels there is too much gratuitous violence without balancing nobility. Patterson is prolific the following are the only books of his I have read.
2nd Chance
3rd Degree
5th Horseman
Beach Road
Black Market (Also known as Black Friday)
Cat & Mouse
Cradle and All
Four Blind Mice
Hide and Seek
Jack & Jill
Kiss the Girls
Mary, Mary
Maximum Ride
Midnight Club
Pop Goes the Weasel
Rose are Red
See How They Run
The Beach House
The Lake House
Violets are Blue
When The Wind Blows
A link to Powell's Books that list all of James Patterson's work.

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