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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Run For Your Life by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

A dysfunctional family provides fuel for a sociopath. The killer’s agenda runs awry of Michael Bennett. Once again, the wealthiest NY families are terrorized by a psychopath or is it a sociopath or both.

I met Michael Bennett in Worst Case.

Michael is a single parent and NY detective with a blended, multi-racial family of 10 kids. His deceased wife was the motivator with the huge heart that led to the adoption of Michael’s “brood”. The overwhelming aspect of parenting 10 children is further complicated by hostage negotiations and nefarious characters. His family is Michael’s major motivator even as he strives to be a good cop. The authors successfully portrayed his anger, frustration and satisfaction. It may be formula writing but much like a donut, I love it.

I highly recommend it.

Body of work of James Patterson
Body of work of Michael Ledwidge son

Site: http://www.jamespatterson.com/books

2 comments:

Joann said...

I enjoyed this book too, but havent read Worst Case yet...
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ibpurpledragon said...

Joann,

Make an effort to read Worst Case, it was excellent. Thanks for the comment.