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PRIVATE #1 SUSPECT

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James Patterson
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What truly separates good from evil?

  • Feb 9, 2012
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Jack Morgan has lived a complicated life and built a complex international security firm from his late father’s legacy.  Private manages to make the problems go away with an elite group of people who are diverse enough to fill every required gap.  Jack has never been more grateful for that than now as he stands accused of murdering an ex-lover.

 

There is no conceivable way Jack would have murdered Colleen in his own way he loved her even though their future for them was unattainable.  The only person who could have pulled this off is Jack’s demonic twin brother Tommy.  Jack can’t believe Tommy would be this vindictive but Tommy is showing him what the drive for dominance can do.  Their late father pitted the two of them against each other every day of their lives and he would be so proud to know that this looks to be a fight to the death.

 

Jack has his team working on keeping the organization afloat while he works his way out of this corner.  The leads are taking him deeper into a well he can’t find a way out of but hopefully someone will throw him a life line.

 

James Patterson is the master at creating a story that makes the reader never want to put the book down.  Mr. Patterson builds from a single idea into an explosion of surprise you never see coming.

What truly separates good from evil?

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February 09, 2012
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