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The second that Columbia law student Jack Mullen steps down from the train at East Hampton, he knows that something is very wrong. As he greets his family, his kid brother Peter lies stretched out on a steel gurney, battered, bruised - dead. The police are calling the drowning an accident. Jack knows that's wrong. Someone wanted his brother dead. But the establishment says otherwise. Jack tries to uncover what really happened on the beach that night, only to confront a wall of silence, a barricade of shadowy people who protect the privileges of the multi-billionaire summer residents. And when he discovers that his brother had nearly $200,000 in his bank account, Jack realises Peter wasn't just parking cars to make a living....

The Beach House is a breath-taking drama of revenge and sexual intrigue - with a plot so absorbing and a finale so shocking it could only have come from the unique mind of James Patterson.

©2002 James Patterson (P)2012 Headline Digital

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  • jane moorby
  • 06-17-18

Excellent!!!

This is one of my favourite books to read and I resisted listening to it for quite a while because I wasn’t sure that the spoken word could do it justice...how very wrong was I?

I would recommend this to everyone who has a fondness for James Patterson...I couldn’t say why this particular book speaks to me as it does...it just does.