When Santosh Wagh isn’t struggling out of a bottle of whisky he’s head of Private India, the Mumbai branch of the world’s finest PI agency. In a city of over 13 million he has his work cut out at the best of times. But now someone is killing women - seemingly unconnected women murdered in a chilling ritual, with strange objects placed carefully at their death scenes.
As Santosh and his team race to find the killer, an even greater danger faces Private India - a danger that could threaten the lives of thousands of innocent Mumbai citizens.…
©2014 James Patterson (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks
From James Patterson, yes. I have read every Patterson book.
It was a very disjointed and confusing book. The narrator (who was authentic) added to the confusion.
Not sure. They were authentic, however, it is the common stressor that one has when they call customer service in India and cannot understand the person.
I don't know, I was confused through the entire book even when I continually played the book back.
I love the Private series, but this one was bad. Further, Jack Morgan does not speak with an accident which made the book unbelievable.
Not really the idea of the plot was good but it was very hard to tell who was who
Sad to say it was all about the delivery - the narration....
It's a typical James Patterson book - and I love JP's books, pretty much all of the Adult ones. Only read/listened to the Confession series of YA.
It was quite difficult to understand who was which character and the American Jack definitely didn't sound American!
I was disappointed to be honest, first time with an Audio book
Story is good, it's just the guys reading it - I am sorry to say.
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