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James Patterson Alex Cross

Anfang kündigte Amazon eine Serienadaption zur Alex Cross-Reihe an. Patterson soll bei dieser selbst Regie führen; als. Detective Alex Cross steht der Prozess des Jahrhunderts bevor – auf der Anklagebank! • Alex Cross befindet sich plötzlich auf der falschen. Der U.S.-amerikanische Erfolgsautor James Patterson landete mit der Krimi-​Reihe rund um den schwarzen Ermittler Alex Cross einen Welterfolg. Der erste.

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James Patterson Alex Cross

LibraryThing Review. Nutzerbericht - Nataliec7 - LibraryThing. Woah, Mr Patterson. As someone who is reading and enjoying the Alex Cross books in order,I. Detective Alex Cross steht der Prozess des Jahrhunderts bevor – auf der Anklagebank! • Alex Cross befindet sich plötzlich auf der falschen. Panic - Alex Cross 23 by James Patterson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The plotline is very much ripped from today's headlines: terrifyingly a convicted killer and serial rapist Mikey Edgerton who was handed the death penalty as punishment has just been executed when a murder using his very modus operandi occurs.

Is someone taunting the police to make sure they know they got Criss Cross is the twenty-seventh instalment to feature psychologist, police force and FBI consultant Dr Alex Cross, and I am amazed at how the series continues to go from strength to strength.

Is someone taunting the police to make sure they know they got the wrong man and he is still free or is it merely a sick hoax and a copycat killer?

Alex finds a letter from the enigmatic person known only as M who has been dropping hints and guiding him in the right direction in terms of this case for years.

But who knows who can really be trusted in a game where everyone plays to win. As always with Patterson's books so long as you can suspend your disbelief and turn a blind eye to the believability factor then you're going to enjoy the ride.

Every chapter has action and thrills and this serves to keep you reading just one more even when you really should be doing other stuff.

Patterson knows exactly how to grip you and not let you go and this book is no exception; it's a page-turner simply overflowing with wicked deeds, twists and surprises, exciting action and a fast-moving narrative.

I always try to savour his books because they are so riveting and addictive but it's an impossibility. This is an absorbing, high-octane and compulsively readable thriller that will delight fans both old and new.

Many thanks to Century for an ARC. I do love this series! This book was sent to me to read and review in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

Alex Cross goes through a really gruelling time in this book - from witnessing an execution to having to revisit past cases and events from the resurfacing of someone who has been taunting him for years - the mysterious M.

A fast paced story full of action, this book was fantastic from start to finish. Everytime I thought I had M figured out the book twisted and I had to rethink the direc This book was sent to me to read and review in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

Everytime I thought I had M figured out the book twisted and I had to rethink the direction of the story. Will he uncover who M is? And can he protect those he loves most from danger?

Find out for yourself - you wont be disappointed! James Patterson has done it again and created another fantastic read! Guess I miss out some in Criss Cross since this "M" is from previous book and I have lots to catch up.

The book is still very good and exciting to listen to. Is JP's Alex Cross the only audio book to get sound effects?

The mystery was good, his antagonist is always on the crazy side. I love the Cross family dynamic especially when they are together doing family thing.

It makes me want to eat nana mama's cooking too. Hours after watching Mikey Edgerton executed for serial rape and murder Alex Coss is called out to a copycat murder.

Has he made a mistake or is there more to it? A note from the mysterious M who has been contacting him for years would suggest so.

As M ramps up his campaign it would seem that everything Alex Cross holds dear is under threat. I thoroughly enjoyed Criss Cross which, as ever, is a high octane thriller with several twists and what seems like action in every chapter.

Obviously the reader has to park their scepticism about realism, like how M could know so much and be so flawless in his planning and execution, on page one and go with the flow.

It could be confusing in the hands of a lesser storyteller but it all makes sense within the reality of the novel.

I particularly liked the final twist which seems fitting, given the rest of the novel. This is not a novel that requires much in-depth thought, being more of a series of action scenes with the thread of catching M.

It does, however, present a more reflective Alex Cross who has doubts and despair about catching M but who never gives up the effort, to the extent of recklessness, another out of character trait.

It all adds up to a compulsive narrative. Criss Cross is a good read that I have no hesitation in recommending. M is back and seeking retribution: he wants to make sure that Alex doesn't forget that he is not the hero everyone believes.

In fact, the opening scene in the book is the execution of a serial killer, where Alex cut a corner. As Alex and John Sampson start to investigate, they catch glimpses of their adversary, who seems to b M is back and seeking retribution: he wants to make sure that Alex doesn't forget that he is not the hero everyone believes.

As Alex and John Sampson start to investigate, they catch glimpses of their adversary, who seems to be A lot of misdirection as M plays with Alex until things get very personal as someone close to Alex is kidnapped.

I liked some of the new technology Patterson uses: crypto-currency, backtracing, disappearing messages on Wickr, etc.

Maybe 3. Criss Cross is another James Patterson masterpiece. The novel does not disappoint. It's a great thriller.

Though I was unfamiliar with the recurring characters, the story still worked as a standalone. Quickly paced with short chapters, the plot draws you in to a plausible conclusion.

I am an Alex Cross fan — not a James Patterson fan. Yes I know Cross is a fictional character. Kudos to James Patterson for keeping Dr. Alex Cross interesting since I was sure early on that I knew who the villain was.

I was wrong. Nice trick. Furthermore 27 has left the reader no doubt that there is a 28 in the making. View 2 comments. I am finished with the Alex Cross series - a sentence I thought I would never say.

The Alex Cross series has gone downhill over the past few novels, but this novel the 27th in the series is the one that I need to draw the line at.

I didn't enjoy the storyline and I'm not enjoying the characters as much as I used to. I'm stopping the series and preserving the characters in my mind as I saw them in the early novel, not who they are in these later novels.

Sep 26, Carol rated it it was amazing. When a mysterious serial killer known as "M" launches a deranged " investigation", Alex Cross and hI've read every Alex Cross novel, but I hadn't read any of James Patterson's young adult books.

When I saw that this YA novel was also about Alex Cross and involved a mystery told through the eye's of his son Ali, I decided to give it a try.

I'm so glad I did. The youngest member of the Cross family puts his intellect to use when his school friend Gabe goes missing. Meanwhile, Alex is on trial for When a mysterious serial killer known as "M" launches a deranged " investigation", Alex Cross and hI've read every Alex Cross novel, but I hadn't read any of James Patterson's young adult books.

Meanwhile, Alex is on trial for assault after a man he was questioning takes a tumble down a flight of stairs and falls into a coma. If the man dies, the charge could be upgraded to murder.

Christmas is all but ruined when a burglary takes place at the Cross residence, with all the presents being stolen, along with Alex's and Bree's service revolvers.

Ali's persistence is impressive, as he organizes and leads his friends into a full-fledged investigation into Gabe's disappearance, complete with canvassing the neighborhood, distributing flyers, and setting up a social media account.

Young readers will be attracted by the inclusion of video gaming as a tool to solve the mystery and by Ali's struggles with bullies at his school.

For this senior reader, anything with the Cross family always falls into the "must read" category, and I didn't miss the blood and guts at all until the next adult Alex Cross book comes out, anyway.

Cross had been told by relatives that at age eight his mother died of lung cancer and a year later his father died of alcoholism, so he was sent to Washington, D.

Later, he finds out the truth about his parents deaths, as detailed below at "Parents. Afterwards, he started a private practice and worked as a psychologist for two years, but eventually decided to become a policeman after he had become disillusioned with the politics of the medical community Violets Are Blue.

Cross joined the police force because the people in his neighborhood could not afford his services. His first case involved two men who were shot and whose killings were written off as drug-related.

Since he knew both men, he began to investigate and found one of the men was dating a woman who was also dating the local drug dealer.

Cross teaches his two elder children boxing in his home's basement Pop Goes the Weasel. Cross carries a Glock 9 mm pistol.

He plays the piano to relax and owns an Abyssinian cat named Rosie, who showed up one day and never left. Anthony's soup kitchen frequently, where he is known as the "Peanut Butter Man".

He began doing this with Maria. His partner in the PD, John Sampson, also volunteers there. They have been best friends since the age of Stop at the one traffic light in town, and everything looks normal.

Stay awhile, and learn the truth I was most surprised that I hadn't read Criss Cross. It was a very good read. View all 3 comments.

I've read all the other books in the Alex Cross series, so I will never drop it, but I have to admit, these installments, despite being exciting and fast-paced, just don't measure up to most of the other books I read these days.

I found myself just wanting to get through with it, which is never a good sign, and the abrupt ending means that I hope I can remember enough details of this one by the time I get my hands on 28 in the series, since it will likely be at least partially a continuation.

I I've read all the other books in the Alex Cross series, so I will never drop it, but I have to admit, these installments, despite being exciting and fast-paced, just don't measure up to most of the other books I read these days.

I do love Alex and his family most especially Nana Mama, though she can't live forever, can she? The writing just isn't that good.

I do have James Patterson to thank for getting me interested in reading fiction again after too many years away when I first retired in , but I think I've moved past his style at this point.

Apr 07, Mary Jane rated it really liked it. In this book I thought we were really going to see a darker character come out but once again he comes out unchanged with a perfect family life.

Every so often it is nice to see a little different ending. Alex Cross is only human after all. Jun 21, Una Tiers rated it it was ok. I enjoyed the first pp, but the killing continued and continued and continued.

Doomsday preppers, mountain biking soldiers, an imprisoned agent, and of course, a conniving serial-killer and worthy adversary- the 27th instalment of the Alex Cross series has it all.

In typical Patterson style, it is fast-paced and full of twists and turns. As usual, Nanamama provides life advice and lots of great cooking particularly the brownies sound delicious!

Like all Patterson books, it was very easy to read and very hard to put down. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the Alex Cross series.

Dec 13, Scott A. A great villain too. The story kept me hooked from the beginning. It reminded me of how a great Patterson book can grab you and force you to devour it as fast as you can.

For some reason my library had this a week before amazon and Barnes and noble. I enjoyed This book. I thought I knew who the killer was but i was Wrong but he was considered a suspect at one point There is one minor thing that bugs me but not going to post it as it contains a spoiler.

This was a fast paced book featuring Alex Cross. It held my interest as it moved along quickly. It seemed a bit more gruesome than his other books, but that didn't take anything away from the book.

Sep 02, Eva rated it it was ok. I really wanted to like this book, but there were just too many things working against it.

Slow to start, I had a struggle getting into the story itself. Alex behaved in ways that were contrary to his nature as a parent and as former law enforcement.

When a strange adult male takes an interest in your 10 year old son, exchanges contact information, and pursues opportunities to spend time with your child, that should be concerning.

Alex's obsession with M is unhealthy. As a psychologist, he shoul I really wanted to like this book, but there were just too many things working against it.

As a psychologist, he should have seen that. And once Alex had M in custody at the hospital, he should have been handcuffed to his hospital bed and guarded by armed law enforcement officers after making his confession to Alex.

There should have been no opportunity for M to escape. And then there is the issue of Ali, Cross' 10 year old son. Why is the child not out playing and riding his mountain bike with kids his own age.

This little fellow has a rather off-putting personality, that of an annoying know it all. Here's hoping the next book in the series is better.

I expected much better from you, Mr. Alex Cross witnesses the execution of convicted killer Michael Edgerton, a man whose family believes Doctor Cross framed him.

However, Alex and his partner, John Sampson, are certain Edgerton is the killer. And then the bodies begin to pile up, each scene brings memories of past cases.

The taunting notes continue; Alex is determined to put the case to rest. And then the unthinka Alex Cross witnesses the execution of convicted killer Michael Edgerton, a man whose family believes Doctor Cross framed him.

And then the unthinkable happens. In this, the twenty-seventh outing, the past and present weave an intense, gruesome tale. The introspectiveness of Alex Cross throughout the narrative gives depth to the character and keeps readers involved in the telling of the tale.

Despite being part of a long-running series, the book works as a stand-alone since it weaves in sufficient backstory to keep everything nicely humming along.

Highly recommended. Consultant detective Alex Cross and his D. They don't even get back home before a call to the scene of a homicide where a woman was strangled.

A note was left on her body that said "you messed up big time, Dr Cross" , signed M. M has been taunting Alex for 12 years. Now he's targeting Alex's family.

I don't get on the reserve list for Patterson's books anymore at the library - too many of them. But it's a testament to his popula Consultant detective Alex Cross and his D.

But it's a testament to his popularity that it took over 6 months for me to find this book when it wasn't checked out.

The love in that family is often better than the story line. Readers also enjoyed. Adult Fiction. About James Patterson. James Patterson.

He has sold over million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers.

In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, among them The President Is Missing with President Bill Clinton, Patterson also writes fiction for young readers of all ages, including the Max Einstein series, produced in partnership with the Albert Einstein Estate.

He has also established several hundred scholarships at different universities and colleges located across the country.

He has also helped the U. It also focuses on providing strategies, resources and programs that help serve librarians, parents, teachers, and book sellers.

Proceeds from all sales into initiatives that promote reading. He is known for writing suspense and thriller novels but also writes fictional stories for readers that are younger or of all ages.

This includes the series Max Einstein, which was produced in part thanks to the estate of Albert Einstein. James Patterson is the creator and the author of the Alex Cross series.

The series first kicked off in This is when the popular and thrilling debut novel in the series was released, Along Came a Spider.

The sequel would become Kiss the Girls, a second novel that was released in There are over two dozen fictional installments of this series, so if you are looking for an amazing suspense series with a strong male protagonist and want to see the movie based on the book after , check out the first and rest of the books in this series!

The book was adapted into a film starring Morgan Freeman in The adaptation of the Middle School novel by Patterson for middle grade students came out in theaters in Along Came a Spider is the first novel in the Alex Cross series.

If you have been searching for an amazing thriller that keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next, this is the right series and debut fiction novel for you!

Maggie Rose is a little girl that has gone missing. Meanwhile, a family consisting of three people has been found murdered in the Washington, D.

Then there is the matter of a gorgeous teacher that was killed for what appears to be for the awful thrill of it. Could these cases all be linked? It turns out that there is a killer on the loose.

This serial kidnapper and murderer is psychopathic in nature. The police and the FBI are not capable of outsmarting this man, even after his capture.

Main character Alex Cross, a homicide detective, is the only one with the experience and the smarts to take this villain on.

He may be the only one that has what it takes to take Gary down before he pulls off his master plan. The chemistry between Alex and Jezzie is palpable, and the two may not be able to stop themselves from giving in to an affair of passion despite the risks.

With Gary still playing his games, Cross is horrified when another unspeakable crime happens in his very own precinct.

Can he outsmart a psychopath? Or will Soneji take him out first? Read this unforgettable thriller to find out! Cross is back at it again to put his mind to the test when it comes to solving a confusing murder case.

A reporter in L. In North Carolina, a medical intern disappears. Read this engaging second book in the Cross series by James Patterson to find out!

The links beside each book title will take you to Amazon, who I feel are the best online retailer for books where you can read more about the book, or purchase it.

Please note that as an Amazon Associate, I earn money from qualifying purchases. He is preparing to hand the Reacher series over to his brother and the two are writing this novel together to ease the transition.

Will Reacher jump the shark? Or will he beat up the shark and its 6 friends, all while saying nothing?

The answer is no. Each month I pick a charity and ask that you support them instead. They need it more than me.

The Town 2010 ordering Amazon Prime Music Familienmitglieder France? Click here. Alex Cross ist wieder im Einsatz. Bis zur Fertigstellung eines Romans werden in etwa neun Entwürfe benötigt und es vergeht durchschnittlich ein Jahr. Cross Country James Patterson. Mitten in der Nacht wird auf einer der Hauptverkehrsadern von Washington, D.

But by now, they're like old friends. And happily, they all get plenty of face time in this book, although much of what happens is pretty scary - one reason I didn't want to put it down the other is that Patterson's usual short, bullet-like chapters make it extremely easy to keep going.

The story begins as Alex and John are in Virginia to witness the execution of a murderer the two brought to justice. They're not too happy about the prospect, and the situation is made worse by accusations by the soon-to-die prisoner's mother why she'd want to watch her son die in the electric chair is beyond me, but it gets across a point that will be important later in the story.

Worse, there's no rest for the wicked; the minute they get home, Bree calls them to a murder scene at which a note, ostensibly from the killer, tells Alex that the guy who's execution he just witnessed was wrongly convicted.

The only clue? The simple signature of "M" - a moniker known to Alex for at least 12 years. Shortly thereafter, a former cop now in jail who's been telling Alex he was framed claims to have been visited by an old nemesis of Alex - a man whose death Alex witnessed four years earlier.

Whoa - could it be that the man isn't really dead? Not possible, both Alex and John insist, trying to put that possibility out of their heads.

Other nasty acts happen and characters appear that may be tied to the mysterious "M," but all avenues of investigative exploration lead to dead ends so to speak.

Throughout, chunks of the book are devoted to Alex's recollections of situations from years past that involve current developments.

And along the way, two of Alex's children - Jannie and Ali - find new interests that could lead to very successful futures.

That is, until "M" turns his or her attention to Alex's family and turns their happy home world upside down. The ending doesn't resolve everything, alas, but it does provide fodder for upcoming books.

And as usual, I'll be in line when the next one comes off the presses. Good job! View all 8 comments. Oh how I love the Alex Cross series.

This one was crazy fast to job into with a great story that takes hold of most of the characters we have come to enjoy and attach ourselves to throughout.

Really good installment. Now I need to catch a few hours of sleep since finishing the book kept me up! Alex Cross goes up against a serial killer who has been toying with him for years.

He copy cats other killers Alex has arrested and then leaves notes to Alex at the scenes. Patterson does seem to be repeating himself some here.

There are several elements that have been used in previous books like view spoiler [his house being bugged, his family being kidnapped, a nemesis long thought dead seemingly returning Gary Soneji and his little cult that impersonated him hide spoiler ].

I also didn't Alex Cross goes up against a serial killer who has been toying with him for years.

I also didn't care for how Alex Cross flaunts the law in this. He plants evidence. He breaks into a suspect's home.

It seems very out of character for a man with integrity like Alex, let alone a police detective in general. Maybe Patterson should limit himself to releasing less than 6 books a year and focus on the writing of his established characters.

Fun while I was reading it. Then I saw how Patterson repeated himself. View 1 comment. An Alex Cross book is always a good read and it was a great way to end the working week.

So much action! During that time, like most of his fans, my favorite character has always been Alex Cross. In the twenty-seven years following, there have been some good and excellent adventures, including about four books back when Alex discovered and met his father, who was thought dead for many years.

There were also some less-than-stellar outings along the way, but I generally looked forward to the end of each year when another Alex Cross adventure was published.

The book opens with Alex and his longtime partner and best friend, John Sampson, witnessing the execution of a killer, Michael Edgerton, they helped get convicted.

Immediately following that emotional act, they are called to the scene of a crime back in their hometown where they find a murdered wife and a note personal y left for Alex that reads — "You messed up big time, Dr.

This is the fourth note over the last twelve years that Alex has found left for him, and the worst part is that he thought they had already removed this killer when Edgerton was executed.

Each crime sends Alex down a false trail and leaving him frustrated, and his family at risk. In this outing though, much of the novel is spent with Cross running from one criminal activity to another, leaving him and the reader little time to process what happened and how it fits into the bigger storyline picture.

Like a typical Patterson thriller, the tempo is fastmoving with lots of action and drama, as well as violence and death. However, things move along at such a breakneck speed that it created two problems for me.

The first is that the plot lost several layers of reality. Yes, those plot choices made the story more entertaining, but it went too far at times.

That disjointed, breakneck speed of plotting took some of the heart out of the story and left it a bit too mechanical and predictable at key moments.

Overall, this was an okay book for me, but not one of his stronger books. Patterson tends to focus on large -scale plotlines that end-up going all over the place in a schizophrenic, shotgun approach that ends up being messy and disconnected.

In contrast, I find that I enjoy a more personalized Alex Cross story where his hunt for a serial killer is layered, builds steadily and consistently with quality clues, and his family members are fully involved in active roles.

The pace and villain detracted from the mystery and tension, and the story really felt like it could have been better developed and less predictable.

View all 4 comments. Criss Cross is the twenty-seventh instalment to feature psychologist, police force and FBI consultant Dr Alex Cross, and I am amazed at how the series continues to go from strength to strength.

The plotline is very much ripped from today's headlines: terrifyingly a convicted killer and serial rapist Mikey Edgerton who was handed the death penalty as punishment has just been executed when a murder using his very modus operandi occurs.

Is someone taunting the police to make sure they know they got Criss Cross is the twenty-seventh instalment to feature psychologist, police force and FBI consultant Dr Alex Cross, and I am amazed at how the series continues to go from strength to strength.

Is someone taunting the police to make sure they know they got the wrong man and he is still free or is it merely a sick hoax and a copycat killer?

Alex finds a letter from the enigmatic person known only as M who has been dropping hints and guiding him in the right direction in terms of this case for years.

But who knows who can really be trusted in a game where everyone plays to win. As always with Patterson's books so long as you can suspend your disbelief and turn a blind eye to the believability factor then you're going to enjoy the ride.

Every chapter has action and thrills and this serves to keep you reading just one more even when you really should be doing other stuff.

Patterson knows exactly how to grip you and not let you go and this book is no exception; it's a page-turner simply overflowing with wicked deeds, twists and surprises, exciting action and a fast-moving narrative.

I always try to savour his books because they are so riveting and addictive but it's an impossibility. This is an absorbing, high-octane and compulsively readable thriller that will delight fans both old and new.

Many thanks to Century for an ARC. I do love this series! This book was sent to me to read and review in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

Alex Cross goes through a really gruelling time in this book - from witnessing an execution to having to revisit past cases and events from the resurfacing of someone who has been taunting him for years - the mysterious M.

A fast paced story full of action, this book was fantastic from start to finish. Everytime I thought I had M figured out the book twisted and I had to rethink the direc This book was sent to me to read and review in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

Everytime I thought I had M figured out the book twisted and I had to rethink the direction of the story. Will he uncover who M is?

And can he protect those he loves most from danger? Find out for yourself - you wont be disappointed! James Patterson has done it again and created another fantastic read!

Guess I miss out some in Criss Cross since this "M" is from previous book and I have lots to catch up. The book is still very good and exciting to listen to.

Is JP's Alex Cross the only audio book to get sound effects? The mystery was good, his antagonist is always on the crazy side. I love the Cross family dynamic especially when they are together doing family thing.

It makes me want to eat nana mama's cooking too. Hours after watching Mikey Edgerton executed for serial rape and murder Alex Coss is called out to a copycat murder.

Has he made a mistake or is there more to it? A note from the mysterious M who has been contacting him for years would suggest so.

As M ramps up his campaign it would seem that everything Alex Cross holds dear is under threat. I thoroughly enjoyed Criss Cross which, as ever, is a high octane thriller with several twists and what seems like action in every chapter.

Obviously the reader has to park their scepticism about realism, like how M could know so much and be so flawless in his planning and execution, on page one and go with the flow.

It could be confusing in the hands of a lesser storyteller but it all makes sense within the reality of the novel.

I particularly liked the final twist which seems fitting, given the rest of the novel. This is not a novel that requires much in-depth thought, being more of a series of action scenes with the thread of catching M.

It does, however, present a more reflective Alex Cross who has doubts and despair about catching M but who never gives up the effort, to the extent of recklessness, another out of character trait.

It all adds up to a compulsive narrative. Criss Cross is a good read that I have no hesitation in recommending.

M is back and seeking retribution: he wants to make sure that Alex doesn't forget that he is not the hero everyone believes.

In fact, the opening scene in the book is the execution of a serial killer, where Alex cut a corner. As Alex and John Sampson start to investigate, they catch glimpses of their adversary, who seems to b M is back and seeking retribution: he wants to make sure that Alex doesn't forget that he is not the hero everyone believes.

As Alex and John Sampson start to investigate, they catch glimpses of their adversary, who seems to be A lot of misdirection as M plays with Alex until things get very personal as someone close to Alex is kidnapped.

I liked some of the new technology Patterson uses: crypto-currency, backtracing, disappearing messages on Wickr, etc.

Maybe 3. Criss Cross is another James Patterson masterpiece. The novel does not disappoint. It's a great thriller.

Though I was unfamiliar with the recurring characters, the story still worked as a standalone. Quickly paced with short chapters, the plot draws you in to a plausible conclusion.

I am an Alex Cross fan — not a James Patterson fan. Yes I know Cross is a fictional character. Kudos to James Patterson for keeping Dr. Alex Cross interesting since I was sure early on that I knew who the villain was.

I was wrong. Nice trick. Furthermore 27 has left the reader no doubt that there is a 28 in the making. View 2 comments.

I am finished with the Alex Cross series - a sentence I thought I would never say. The Alex Cross series has gone downhill over the past few novels, but this novel the 27th in the series is the one that I need to draw the line at.

I didn't enjoy the storyline and I'm not enjoying the characters as much as I used to. I'm stopping the series and preserving the characters in my mind as I saw them in the early novel, not who they are in these later novels.

Sep 26, Carol rated it it was amazing. When a mysterious serial killer known as "M" launches a deranged " investigation", Alex Cross and hI've read every Alex Cross novel, but I hadn't read any of James Patterson's young adult books.

When I saw that this YA novel was also about Alex Cross and involved a mystery told through the eye's of his son Ali, I decided to give it a try.

I'm so glad I did. The youngest member of the Cross family puts his intellect to use when his school friend Gabe goes missing. Meanwhile, Alex is on trial for When a mysterious serial killer known as "M" launches a deranged " investigation", Alex Cross and hI've read every Alex Cross novel, but I hadn't read any of James Patterson's young adult books.

Meanwhile, Alex is on trial for assault after a man he was questioning takes a tumble down a flight of stairs and falls into a coma. If the man dies, the charge could be upgraded to murder.

Christmas is all but ruined when a burglary takes place at the Cross residence, with all the presents being stolen, along with Alex's and Bree's service revolvers.

Ali's persistence is impressive, as he organizes and leads his friends into a full-fledged investigation into Gabe's disappearance, complete with canvassing the neighborhood, distributing flyers, and setting up a social media account.

Young readers will be attracted by the inclusion of video gaming as a tool to solve the mystery and by Ali's struggles with bullies at his school.

For this senior reader, anything with the Cross family always falls into the "must read" category, and I didn't miss the blood and guts at all until the next adult Alex Cross book comes out, anyway.

Cross had been told by relatives that at age eight his mother died of lung cancer and a year later his father died of alcoholism, so he was sent to Washington, D.

Later, he finds out the truth about his parents deaths, as detailed below at "Parents. Afterwards, he started a private practice and worked as a psychologist for two years, but eventually decided to become a policeman after he had become disillusioned with the politics of the medical community Violets Are Blue.

Cross joined the police force because the people in his neighborhood could not afford his services. His first case involved two men who were shot and whose killings were written off as drug-related.

Since he knew both men, he began to investigate and found one of the men was dating a woman who was also dating the local drug dealer.

Cross teaches his two elder children boxing in his home's basement Pop Goes the Weasel. Cross carries a Glock 9 mm pistol.

He plays the piano to relax and owns an Abyssinian cat named Rosie, who showed up one day and never left.

Anthony's soup kitchen frequently, where he is known as the "Peanut Butter Man". He began doing this with Maria.

His partner in the PD, John Sampson, also volunteers there. They have been best friends since the age of Stop at the one traffic light in town, and everything looks normal.

Stay awhile, and learn the truth I was most surprised that I hadn't read Criss Cross. It was a very good read. View all 3 comments. I've read all the other books in the Alex Cross series, so I will never drop it, but I have to admit, these installments, despite being exciting and fast-paced, just don't measure up to most of the other books I read these days.

I found myself just wanting to get through with it, which is never a good sign, and the abrupt ending means that I hope I can remember enough details of this one by the time I get my hands on 28 in the series, since it will likely be at least partially a continuation.

I I've read all the other books in the Alex Cross series, so I will never drop it, but I have to admit, these installments, despite being exciting and fast-paced, just don't measure up to most of the other books I read these days.

I do love Alex and his family most especially Nana Mama, though she can't live forever, can she? The writing just isn't that good.

I do have James Patterson to thank for getting me interested in reading fiction again after too many years away when I first retired in , but I think I've moved past his style at this point.

Apr 07, Mary Jane rated it really liked it. In this book I thought we were really going to see a darker character come out but once again he comes out unchanged with a perfect family life.

Every so often it is nice to see a little different ending. Alex Cross is only human after all. Jun 21, Una Tiers rated it it was ok.

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ON OFF. Buchhändler zu vorgenannten Zwecken weitergegeben. Nur der hübschen Medizinstudentin Kate gelingt es, in höchster Lebensgefahr zu entkommen. LibraryThing Review. Nutzerbericht - Nataliec7 - LibraryThing. Woah, Mr Patterson. As someone who is reading and enjoying the Alex Cross books in order,I. Panic - Alex Cross 23 by James Patterson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Hate - Alex Cross 24«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Heat - Alex Cross 15 -: Thriller von James Patterson Taschenbuch bei medimops.​de bestellen. Gebraucht günstig kaufen & sparen. Gratis Versand bei. james patterson bücher. Inzwischen gibt es seine Romane in 27 Sprachen, die weltweite Gesamtauflage liegt mit Stand bei über Millionen. Hope to Die James Patterson. Im Game Of Thrones Hdfilme ich habe das Gefühl, dass sich Patterson in den letzten Bänden wieder gesteigert hat. Doch viel entsetzlicher ist der Killer aus Cross' Vergangenheit, der ihn gnadenlos verfolgt. Auch hier Constance Wu Feet ich wieder positiv überrascht über den Umfang des Buches. Bitte beachten: Kommentare erscheinen nicht sofort, sondern werden innerhalb von 24 Stunden freigeschaltet. Voransicht senden. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Mitten in der Nacht wird auf einer der Hauptverkehrsadern von Washington, D. September Nie war die Mauer des Schweigens so undurchdringlich wie bei diesen Ermittlungen in Militärkreisen. Der U. Servicebereich zum Buch Downloads Leseprobe. Wie es auch sein Plan war, lädt sie ihn zu sich nach Hause ein. Er wird beschuldigt, zwei Gefolgsleute seiner Nemesis, des skrupellosen Verbrechers Gary Soneji, Dan Charles Zukoski erschossen zu haben. Bis zur Fertigstellung eines Romans werden in etwa neun Bibi Und Tina Musik benötigt und es vergeht durchschnittlich ein Jahr. Alex Tatort Heute Mediathek.

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Alex Cross - Trailer (Deutsch - German) - HD With a supercharged blend of action, deception, and suspense, Cross Fire is James Patterson's most visceral and exciting Alex Cross novel ever. And now, reader, he's about to become yours. What and Streaming Gratis is the final trap? Even as he admires the FBI's vast resources, Alex grows impatient with the Bureau's clumsiness and caution when it's time to move. As always with Patterson's books so long as you can suspend your disbelief and turn a blind eye to the believability factor then you're going to enjoy the ride. Patterson offers up some added information about the youngest Cross, Ali, Vikings Staffel 5 Folge 9 likely Casino Royale Drehorte his decision to create a young adult collection featuring Ali going forward. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Will he find the killers Spirituelle Filme Stream time? James Patterson Alex Cross

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