Alex Cross, I'm coming for you - even from the grave if I have to.
Along Came a Spider killer Gary Soneji has been dead for over 10 years. Alex Cross watched him die. But today Cross saw him gun down his partner. Is Soneji alive? A ghost? Or something even more sinister?
Nothing will prepare you for the wicked truth.
Lightning-Fast Stories by James Patterson
©2016 James Patterson (P)2016 Hachette Audio
I am a retired Army veteran and love to read. I like murder mystery, but enjoy nonfiction. I am a long time Star Trek fan.
A basic Alex Cross mystery storyline. It is a short story that gives you enough to want to read more. If the purpose of the bookshots are to allow a book to be read during a commute or while waiting on an appointment it missed it's shot. The book was good, but I felt there was too many open ends to just stop the book. It is like the author started writing and didn't know where to go with the next chapter so he stopped. I was disappointed and felt short changed.
First of all if its a black character, it should sound like a black character!!!
Just didn't read the same (listen), and I've beng read all of them!
I so looked forward to this book and it was such a terrible let down.
I hope the book series "Michael Bennett" is a much better read (listen) to!
I enjoyed the book however I don't like to be left hanging I like to get a beginning and end of the book overall I always like the Alex Cross story's
I was very excited, a new story with one of my favorite characters but...is this supposed to be a complete novel, as advertised or a teaser? I don't want to give away the story so let me just say the ending is not an "ending". Also part 5, around chapter 20 is the beginning of a Womens Murder Club book and part 6 is the credits. Left me very confused.
Sometime writer...blogger...and overall lover of literary art!
The book is classic James Patterson Alex Cross - the story pace is good. Action. Thriller. However, it leaves you dangling. And you wonder - what happened???
I am a JP fan so of course I would try another. His books are pretty consistent - twists and turns and action.
His performance was ok.
For those who love the Cross and Women's MurderClub books, breaking them up into cliffhanging sections is annoying. Write the whole book and sell it, Mr. Patterson.
I bought this thinking it was a real book. i was not happy that it did not have an end and went on to another story that had no ending. I would like to return this book. I was so disappointed i could not finish this book
I would like to return this book. I was so disappointed i could not finish this book
A BookShot should be a complete story, not a teaser for a future work. If you're looking for a complete story this is not it. Very disappointing, this is only 3/4 of a book. Mr. Patterson, what happens to Alex?!
a humble, seeking, loudmouth, Jesus lover, and sometimes heretic explores his questions, concerns, and varied interests through books.
Cross-Kill: A Bookshot by James Patterson is probably the best installment in the Alex Cross series.
This is a short story packed with action. Well written and well narrated.
When tragedy strikes and John Sampson's life hangs in the balance Alex Cross has his faith in himself & his faith in God tested.
This story has quite a bit more introspection on the part of Alex Cross than the other books in this series. I thoroughly enjoyed this journey into the personal faith and psyche of our hero.
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