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Fear No Evil (Alex Cross, 29)

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Alex Cross and Detective John Sampson venture into the rugged Montana wilderness--where they will be the prey. However, their Metro DC Police Commissioner demands that they attend the crime scene where the body was left. Alex Cross enters the final showdown with the relentless killer who has stalked him and his family for years. John and Alex's plans for a trip into the Montanan wilderness are postponed, and when they finally go, they become targets for the warring factions, including an old adversary.

I am somewhat intrigued by the ending and even if this one isn’t high up on my series favorites, I’ll still be eagerly awaiting the next. The last few Alex Cross books I’ve really enjoyed because they felt like ones from earlier in the series. Cross is his usual go-getter self, swooping in to help as best he can, while also rescuing his wife from danger as she investigates something over in Europe. only gets better and better' Lisa Scottoline________________________The latest novel in the globally bestselling Alex Cross series.An old enemy of Alex and Sampson, ‘M’ starts to send them texts letting them know he’s watching them.

One of the better (and more reliable) series by JP, and if, like me, you've read the other 28, there is no way you will be giving up anytime soon on the series, despite the odd stumble in the Cross series. In Fear No Evil Cross is once again working with his long term friend and partner at Metro PD, John Sampson, and FBI agent Ned Mahoney. It feels like with the way this book ended, Patterson is setting up for a big Cross/”M” faceoff in the next one to coincide with it being the 30th Alex Cross and an anniversary book.

You know with James Patterson books what you are going to get and Fear No Evil was all of it and more. Alex and his DC police partner, John Sampson, are ready to leave on their man-trip to in the deep Bob Marshall Wilderness of Montana and enjoy horseback riding and rafting. Many who follow my reviews will know that I have a love/hate relationship with James Patterson and his novels that appear to sell based on his name, rather than on any level of quality. The Alex Cross series proves it ' Lee Child'A character for the ages' Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child'Alex Cross.

He is the creator of unforgettable characters and series, including Alex Cross, the Women’s Murder Club, Jane Effing Smith, and Maximum Ride, and of breathtaking true stories about the Kennedys, John Lennon, and Princess Diana, as well as our military heroes, police officers, and ER nurses. Bree has started a new job with a private security firm and is off to Paris on her first assignment which turns out to be a little dicey for her. That being said, thirty novels may be a sign that Cross should enjoy time with the family and let the likes of Bennett and Boxer, other stalwart Patterson detectives, take the reins and keep things going. Until they’re attacked by two rival teams of assassins, controlled by the same mastermind who has stalked Alex and his family for years.

Bree, Cross’s wife now working for a top private security firm, Bluestone Group, has a new assignment in Paris investigating a major international CEO who is accused of unbelievable acts of abuse to women working with him.

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