With the best detectives in the business, cutting-edge technology, and offices around the globe, there is no investigation agency quite like Private. Now, at a glittering launch party overlooking the iconic Opera House, Private throws open its doors....
Craig Gisto and his newly formed team have barely raised their glasses, however, when a young Asian man, blood-soaked and bullet-ridden, staggers into the party, and what looks like a botched kidnapping turns out to be a whole lot more.
Within days the agency’s caseload is full: from a missing businessman whose latest scheme was a step too far, to a rock star terrified he’s next in line for the infamous ‘Club 27’. But it is a horrific murder in the wealthy Eastern Suburbs and the desperate search for a motive that stretches the team to the limit. Stacy Friel, friend of the Deputy Commissioner of NSW Police, isn’t the killer’s first victim - and as the bodies mount up she’s clearly not the last....
©2013 James Patterson (P)2013 Random House Audiobooks
"another brilliant Private book"
hooked on this series biught 4 in one week. they are my walking books, listen as I walk to keep me motivated.
"Worst Patterson book ever"
Less sickening violence, less reference to money, styles, products that seems to be the only way to describe characters
Gone back to his great style of writing full, interesting characters such as in his Alex Cross books. These were so unbelievable, plastic, shallow characters with no real difference between any of them.
Performance was good given the aweful subject matter
No, gave up after the first hour, felt nauseous but also bored.
Surely most people don't expect to describe a person purely by how much money they make? That seems to be the sole premise of this book, and the violence is totally over the top. I shall be asking for my money back and not buying any more. Once a great and favourite writer. How the mighty have fallen.
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