Two years ago Jack Morgan was in Rio consulting on security for the World Cup. The tournament went without a hitch. Until a man died in one of the executive hospitality suites during the final, and the autopsy showed the cause to be a rare and deadly virus.
The story was kept from the media to avoid causing panic, but Jack feared that the death was no freak occurrence. Now the eyes of the world are once again turned towards Rio for the Olympic Games, and Jack is back in Brazil's beautiful capital.
It's not long before he uncovers terrifying evidence that someone has set in motion a catastrophic plan. The death at the World Cup was just a warning. The Olympic Games could be the setting for the worst atrocity the world has ever seen.
©2016 James Patterson (P)2016 Random House Audiobooks
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another grate book in this series its griping and enjoyable if possable it be grate if you can get them all
Loved it. Felt like being on a roller coaster. . Thrill ride.
Was sad it got to an end.
"Typical Private Book"
If you liked any of the others you'll enjoy this one too. For me the story lines are getting a bit too predicable.
"Another great story from Patterson"
Everything, the plot the characters, the fact that the characters are given some history to make them 'real'. I particularly liked the time spent giving the history and discription of the slum dwellers, the discription of the very rich who live practically next door!
The way the plot unraveled, and the fact I was given both sides of the story. The "baddie" was not in fact evil, just a good man driven to extremes. I don't usually have sympathy for the villain, but I did this time
Excellent, I am amazed at how the various voices and accents are so flawlessly done.
A must see
A great book, but why does Jack have to be so unlucky in love?
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