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reviewed THE CHRISTMAS WEDDING. November 09, 2011
THE CHRISTMAS WEDDING
Gaby is old enough to have raised her children to an age where she is now a grandmother.  Having lost a husband already she knows the depth that loving one person bring to you and she wants to not …
reviewed Cross Fire by James Patterson. October 11, 2011
Cross Fire by James Patterson
One of Det. Alex Cross's hated enemies is Kyle Craig who has escaped from prison and is seeking revenge. Craig kills FBI agent Max Siegel and undergoes plastic surgery to make him look like Siegel, …
reviewed 10th Anniversary. June 02, 2011
10th Anniversary
A segment of the mystery books reading public decry the value of James Patterson's novels principally because they feel that his writing is not of the highest caliber and the books "must be bad" …
reviewed Tick Tock. May 20, 2011
Tick Tock
How should readers evaluate books by James Patterson? There are people who criticize James Patterson books for two reasons. First, he produces more than the usual single book a year that people expect …
reviewed The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder .... September 13, 2010
The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder Club)
The prologue of the novel opens with a cat-burglar stealing priceless jewels from Casey Dowling, the wife of famous Hollywood star,Marcus Dowling. As the thief is leaving, she knocks over the console …
posted a Quick Tip about Sundays at Tiffany's. August 14, 2010
Sundays at Tiffany's
This book was absolutely touching and unique. A girl has an imaginary friend when she's younger, and later when she grows up, she finds that he just may be the love of her life. I was sad when this book …
reviewed Worst Case: A Novel. July 16, 2010
Worst Case
Worst Case by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge is the third in a series featuring New York Police Detective Michael Bennett. In this book, Bennett goes up against a kidnapper who snatches the children …
The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder Club)
Dynamic Duo in Top Form! Best of WMC books yet!    From the cover of The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder Club): The Women's Murder Club hunts a killer with a motto: Women and children …
reviewed Worst Case: A Novel. May 08, 2010
Worst Case
The third book in this series has improved when it comes to sharpness, the story is tighter and with some funny and entertaining bits thrown in, from snippy comments to movie like action scenes the story …
reviewed The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder .... April 30, 2010
The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder Club)
Lindsey is once again faced with a psychopath killer is not only ruthless, he's smart too. His prey of choice? Women and their child. He gets them when they least expect it. His signature is a cryptic …
reviewed Worst Case: A Novel. February 19, 2010
Worst Case
A learned professor and author of philosophical non-fiction books told me that she reads philosophy, history and science books, but turns to Harlequin romance novels for relaxation. James Patterson's …
reviewed Worst Case: A Novel. February 02, 2010
Worst Case
A child has been kidnapped. Instead of holding the child for ransom, the kidnapper asks questions about how much money others are paying for this family to live a lifestyle of the rich and famous. The …
reviewed Witch and Wizard. January 11, 2010
Witch & Wizard
The witch and wizard in this book are a fifteen year old girl and seventeen year old boy, a sister and brother, who discover that they have magical powers in a future world called NO. The government is …
reviewed Witch and Wizard. January 03, 2010
Witch & Wizard
 I tried reading the first Maximum Ride novel a couple years ago when it came out, but I just couldn't get into it...   But, THIS.   This book is great!    It really …
reviewed Sundays at Tiffany's. September 10, 2009
Sundays at Tiffany's
Those are the two movies this reminded me of. Only the imaginary friend isn't full of hijinks like Fred, but goodness, looking out for his kids like a fairy oddparent. Once they turn nine though, he disappears, …
reviewed Sundays at Tiffany's. May 29, 2008
Sundays at Tiffany's
Jane is a lovely 32-year-old woman with an overbearing, highly critical mother and a gorgeous, insincere boyfriend. The best times of her life were indisputedly spent with her beloved Michael...her imaginary …
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