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Maggie Bradford is on trial for murder - in the celebrity trial of the decade.As one of the world's best-loved singer-songwriters, she seems to have it all. So how could she have murdered not just one, but two of her husbands?Will Shephard was Maggie's second husband.A magnificent athlete and film star, he was just as famous. But Will had dark, dangerous secrets that noneMaggie Bradford is on trial for murder - in the celebrity trial of the decade.As one of the world's best-loved singer-songwriters, she seems to have it all. So how could she have murdered not just one, but two of her husbands?Will Shephard was Maggie's second husband.A magnificent athlete and film star, he was just as famous. But Will had dark, dangerous secrets that none of his fans could have imagined... that his own wife could never dreamed of....

Title : Hide and Seek
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ISBN : 9780006498520
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 368 Pages
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Hide and Seek Reviews

  • Diane Wallace
    2019-04-04 06:13

    just ok..it was a mind provoking book,engaging at times but then i'm disappointed with the storyline..(paperback!)

  • Salymar
    2019-04-26 01:13

    Hide and Seek is my first novel by American author, James Patterson. This novel made quite an impression to me but it isn't the type of book that hooked me till its end. I can still say that It is a page-turner because you could imagine the drama and mystery it entails the readers but it only ends at that.The novel tells the story of a famous singer Maggie Bradford who once killed her husband in order to protect herself from scurrilous attacks and at the second part of the story, being accused of murdering his second husband, Will Shepard. Due to Maggie Bradford's history of killing her first husband to get out of the abusive ways, it began to fuel speculation and accusations when she had again killed her second husband. And during those tormenting moments she had entered the world of go Hide and Seek.*Sorry for the spoiler*Although I tried to appreciate the verdict of Maggie Bradford. I don't think she deserves it. It is a good idea that the author intended to highlight domestic violence but then the victim was charged guilty because she just kept choosing the wrong type of husband? What a wisecrack sense of justice! Meeeh -___-Moreover, James Patterson focused more on the background of the characters instead of the seemingly awesome plot. It could have been better though. It could have.

  • Kaye
    2019-04-16 04:07

    This was one of my least favorite Patterson novels. There is nothing wrong with it except that I didn't care about any of the characters. Most of the story is told from Maggie's point of view. As a young wife she killed her abusive husband to protect her child. She goes on to a fabulous song-writing and singing career. But the story is told in flashbacks from her sitting in jail awaiting trial for killing her current husband after she is already a success. She comes off snarky and smug instead of frightened about the outcome of her trial. The ending was so predictable. Not up to Patterson's usual writing.

  • Chiara Cilli
    2019-04-08 03:15

    Sconvolgente e seducente!STREPITOSO! Non mi viene in mente nessun'altro termine con cui cominciare questa recensione. Questo Thriller con la lettera maiuscola mi ha avvinghiata sin dalle primissime pagine e non mi ha più mollata. La scrittura di James Patterson mi ha ammaliata e i capitoli brevi e incisivi mi hanno resa letteralmente famelica. Ogni volta mi ripetevo «Solo un altro capitolo» per poi continuare e continuare, in preda a una smania crescente.Una brama alimentata da Will Shepherd.Lui, il secondo marito.Lui, il protagonista assoluto di questa storia.Lui, la Follia.Così come Tyrion Lannister era ossessionato dal voler conoscere il motivo per cui suo cugino schiacciava gli insetti con tale ferocia, così io, pagina dopo pagina, volevo capire questo ragazzo. Avevo bisogno di capirlo. Will è una sirena e anch'io, come Maggie, mi sono ritrovata intrappolata nella tela che con maestria lui ha iniziato a tessere fin dalla sua prima comparsa. Che astuto manipolatore! Che sinistro attore! Will Shepherd è questo e molto, MOLTO di più. È un incantatore dalla mente profondamente disturbata che anela disperatamente a essere amato e compreso davvero. Ed è assolutamente divino nella sua pazzia.Non voglio dirvi altro o continuare a delirare come una fangirl per il villain di questa storia, che va assaporata rigo dopo rigo. Posso solo dire che Il secondo marito è un crescendo di adrenalina e ansia che vi farà andare in fibrillazione. Un Must Read, assolutissimamente. Lotterete con Maggie per la vostra vita, soccomberete al fascino oscuro di Will... e rimarrete a bocca aperta nell'incredibile e inquietante finale!✤ Leggi la recensione sul blog ✤ACQUISTA CON 1-CLICK|| Facebook || Twitter || Pinterest ||

  • Rhonda
    2019-04-20 04:20

    Terribly flat dialogue and unrealistic situations. Characters were cardboard. Heroine was unlikable and stupid. Patterson should refrain from trying to write a female main character. At 6% in our heroine gives this description of herself, (view spoiler)[ "I glanced at my own reflection in the cab's window. Very long, blond hair, mostly with a mind of its own, but my best physical attribute, I thought. Freckles that no amount of makeup would ever cover. Nose a little out of proportion. Brown eyes that had, I knew, regained at least some of their half-forgotten sparkle. A small mouth, thickish lips - made, as Phillip joked in the happy days, for fellatio."(hide spoiler)]I finished this only because I committed myself to read it for a group reading activity. Being tortured on the rack would have been easier. Hide and Seek has since been deleted from my Kindle - permanently and the hardcovers I had picked up previously at the $1 per book library sale are sitting by the door in a box - ready to be donated back to the library for some other fool to pick up.The author seems to have a low opinion of women and is, in my opinion, a total ass! Nuff said.....

  • Mrjackthepoodle
    2019-03-27 23:29

    This book was not my cup of tea. I feel that however it is a nice break from Alex Cross this was just not a break I needed. Maggie Bradford was a dull character to me, however maybe I just feel that way because I cannot relate to her situation. I felt that Patterson focused way to much on Maggie's life and how she lived and not enough of her marriage to Will Shepard and the developing collapse of their marriage. I just felt that is was a long and drawn out book that never really captured my attention. Finally I just felt that the ending was not really clever nor realistic. And to me, with her first husband's shooting, abuse was clear and it was obviously in self defense, her second by heart attack, and then another shot after he beats her up. I for one find it hard to believe a woman in that situation would be ever considered a murderer. This book I can see being good for some people, however this is one book that I can actually say I feel as though I wasted my time reading it. P.S. This is my first post ever! I hope to post lots more reviews!

  • Gary
    2019-04-01 00:12

    An excellent stand alone novel by James Patterson.Short chapters, fast paced, full of action, sound familiar?

  • Donna
    2019-04-21 00:22

    Maggie Bradford is a famous singer and songwriter. Many of her songs are based on the pain and heartbreak she feels because she killed her abusive husband before he killed her and their daughter Jennie. Years later, Maggie falls for famous soccer player Will Fletcher. As readers, we know Will is a psychopath who has killed before. Maggie shoots him outside her home after finding him with Jennie. Now she must undergo trial for killing her second husband.I'm pretty sure I read this book when it came out 20 years ago. The title is familiar but the story is not. Patterson throws in some major twists near the end of the book. I didn't suspect the ending.

  • Aaron
    2019-04-09 03:23

    Maggie Bradford has had it tough when it comes to romance. She had to kill her abusive husband, and later she loses an older and rich lover to a heart attack while the two of them are sailing. The worse of it comes when she meets soccer star Will Shepherd who is a double image of David Beckham.Besides being well known from the field, the Golden Arrow is also quite the ladies man. He has no trouble finding romance. Unfortunately for most of the ladies he ends up seeing, things don't usually turn out well. In fact, as time goes by, their experiences get progressively worse ... and gorier.Will tries to put all that aside when he and Maggie start to see each other. She has recovered from the loss of her lover, and has used her personal history to write a number of wonderful songs that, along with her voice, catapult her into superstardom. In some ways, they are made for each other, and the tabloids just eat the world's newest glam couple right up.Their marriage leads to the expected rocky road and a murder trial that ends up being totally off track in a way that only Patterson can create. Will and Maggie both star in the narrative, with Maggie being presented in first-person and Will in third person. Ironically, the reader fully knows what is going on in their heads, but he is still totally caught off guard by what really happens in the end.This is not necessarily one of his best, but Patterson did put together another nice read with this one.

  • Matt
    2019-04-01 01:07

    This book was OK. It's main problem was that the first 2/3 of it was just a woman telling us all about her life, love life in particular, over the past 10 or so years. This was pretty boring as I don't read James Patterson to hear a woman describe how beautiful her wedding was and how each new guy in her life made her feel so special (actually I don't read Patterson at all, I only listen to him on audio books). The redeeming aspects of the book are that the premise of the story is the main character is a pop star on trial for murdering her husband. She has also killed a former husband earlier in life, but that was pretty cut and dry self defense. The end of the book is more classic Patterson with some good action, mystery, and twists. The book reads like Nicholas Sparks wrote the first half, while the woman is recapping her life, then Patterson takes over for the trial and ensuing action. Not one of his better/more exciting books all the way through, but the end will probably make you forget how boring the beginning was.

  • Julia Grundling
    2019-04-03 23:29

    i was actually busy with another book, but we went on a motorbike weekend and the other book was too heavy to carry, so i grabbed this one. :) it was a quick read and oh my word - suspenseful ... very hard to put down. although i enjoyed it, it's not really my cup of tea. i prefer historical fiction, but like to try something different every now and again. well, at least i can say i've read a james patterson now. :)

  • Wendy Dranfield
    2019-04-22 07:27

    Unfortunately, this was full of unrealistic characters and clichés. It may be a good pool-side read if you don't want to have to think much on holiday!

  • Michael Obiora
    2019-03-27 05:14

    Within a few pages I could clearly see why James Patterson has sold a ridiculous amount of books. His style of storytelling is very simple (absolutely nothing wrong with that), and the action moves fluidly. Hide and Seek is only the second book written by James Patterson that I’ve read but I can definitely get a sense of a writer sticking to a formula that works (and why the hell not?). Some of Patterson’s works have been adapted for the silver screen, and perhaps after striking gold with his Alex Cross novels he found a blueprint that works, and has consistently found a way to give his readers what they want. To me that is a skill, and if I was in the same position as a writer I’d do the same thing. For some reason authors don’t seem to have the same freedom as musicians, or film makers (screenwriters, directors) when it comes to telling stories. And by freedom I mean that there seems to be a type of snobbery in the literary world. An author seems to get criticised for writing anything with a semblance of mass appeal to it. In a way, maybe I was put off because James Patterson has sold trillions of his books. I’m not completely sure, but maybe. And this could be because I know that the statistics for reading - especially among a certain age and demographic - aren’t good. Therefore maybe leading me to be suspicious of a book that has been read so widely. This is an attitude that I’m trying to move away from, and reading Hide and Seek is one of my steps. Ultimately I think it’s important for people to read, it shouldn’t be seen as a pastime reserved for the intelligent. And people shouldn’t look down at others for reading something for the “popcorn” aisle. So what? It’s entertainment, and each to their own. Who is anybody to judge?The lead character in this story is Maggie Bradford, a world famous singer who is accused of killing two of her husbands. I found her likeable (although I don’t think I could marry her!) I felt that Patterson did a good job of presenting us with a female protagonist without it seeming contrived. I would say this for me was the most skillful thing about this story. My favourite character was Maggie’s second husband, Will Shepherd. He is a former Premiership superstar striker who becomes a Hollywood film star when his football career is cut short. We see him descend further and further into madness, and as an actor he’d be a complex character to portray. Could I have cared more for the characters? Perhaps. But it wasn’t a chore for me to get to the end, and this end had a good twist. The short chapters may put off others but this actually made me want to read on. Maybe I am biased on this point because short chapters are a trait of mine as writer. Hey, if it’s good enough for the multi-million selling Patterson...Hide and Seek was first published in 1988 but it doesn’t read as too dated to me. I’ve got one more James Patterson book on my shelf to get through, but after that I very much doubt I’ll be reading more from this writer to learn anything new. However, if a non reader came up to me and asked where they should start fiction-wise, I’d happily hand this book over to them as I don’t think they’d struggle to finish it.

  • Samantha
    2019-04-08 23:10

    As the first James Patterson novel I read I must say I was really dissapointed. I had heard all this hype surrounding his works and this was just an OK book. I found myself more interested in every other character except the main character, Maggie. I found her to be a very boring person. I wanted more of Will's story. He was just so sick and twisted and deranged, I was intrigued. I am no English scholar or professional reviewer so I'm not sure how to put this, but I felt that the last 100 pages or so was like reading a different novel. Or perhaps the same novel just finished by a different author. Things didn't flow the same, the narrative seemed off. It just left me uneasy.

  • Sarah
    2019-04-06 01:20

    I've tried a few Pattersons' recently - a couple of the Womens' Murder Club, a few Alex Cross and some stand alones like Hide & Seek.They are very, very easy reads - the chapters alone are far too short for adult novels, I find them very superficial with little depth to many characters and, occasionally, they are so predictable meaning the ending isn't all that great.I think I've given Patterson a fair shot but I am relegating him to holiday reading only ... something I can read while lazing on a beach then accidently on purpose leave behind. Not for me.

  • A.R. Voss
    2019-04-18 06:24

    James Patterson; here's the dilemma: Mr. Patterson puts out many books (perhaps too many.) From what I understand he made $77 million last year, enough money not to worry about going hungry; so please be more selective in what you publish. I lost interest in Mr. Patterson's writing after a valiant attempt in reading "Hide and Seek;" one of rare few books I did not want to finish.

  • John
    2019-04-06 04:06

    ehhhh.. it was ok

  • Kaylie
    2019-04-08 02:33

    Hide and Seek is my first Patterson. His intent to provoke, anger, or warn is well known and even cherished by many as a celebration of literature’s power to create such feelings or reactions. But my personal engagement during and after reading Hide and Seek is repulsion. I am repulsed by this disgusting tale. I am angered by its characters. And, perhaps most importantly, I am revolted by the fact that I couldn’t help but read the book in its entirety in one setting. I even skipped watching the Packer game. This certainly speaks to Patterson’s writing. He has the unique ability to analyze the evil within human nature yet simultaneously create a novel so quickly paced, critique comes second to simply finishing it. My eyes sting, and my head droops, but I must critique it.With a title like Hide and Seek, it’s an obvious choice to examine how and why people hide and deceive. The book’s sometimes narrator is Maggie Bradford, a singer from New York. Within the novel’s first pages, she kills her husband in self-defense. She mourns him for many chapters and moves on to the next two loves of her life, Patrick and Will, both of whom die while partnered with her. So much of the black widow’s story is told, rather than shown, as if Maggie is simultaneously revealing her actual feelings while hiding the reasons for her hurried love affairs. Her perspective is incomplete at best and difficult to trust, though her storytelling in jail fosters some sympathy. Who is Maggie Bradford? Is it possible that not one, but supposedly three significant others have died? Is Maggie truly attached to anyone?Intertwined with Maggie’s story is Will’s. His chapters are written in the third person, separating Will as cold-hearted and even psychopathic. Will hides behind his charm and dashing good looks, smoothly lying to cover up deaths, failed soccer dreams, and his horrid childhood, including an affair with an aunt. He is glib, careless of laws and social norms. Due to his manipulations, he never exposes the truth about his life. Who is Will Shephard? (There’s a pattern here). Did he kill his brother? Do consequences affect him at all? What will happen to him, to society if he is still alive? When people hide from themselves or others, some find redemption, pleasure, or escape by different means. Maggie lost herself after killing her first husband, labeling herself M for Murderess, and she found fleeting love in Patrick. After his wife died of cancer, Patrick flung himself into work, hiding feelings until Maggie rekindled them. People hide and seek. So too do they when exposed by the media or in the court of law. Maggie faces both. Reflecting reality, newspapers and lawyers revealed manufactured, fragmented images of Maggie, as a well-established singer, household name, and mother gone crazy. Such labels are simple-minded, and when Maggie learned to stop hiding, her character (and the book) became that much stronger. The reality of this book is grim: humanity, individually or collectively, cannot be trusted. Curiously, the first and second halves of the book feel disjointed. Throughout the first half, Patterson examined the events before Will’s death. He uncovers some psychological issues while the plot still races. But during the second half, during Maggie’s trial of the murder of Will, every event and person is limply developed and written sloppily. The build-up for the dichotomous revelations of guilty or not guilty, alive or dead is greater than the events, as if Patterson lost steam. In short, too much of Hide and Seek is motivated by suspense and plot, rather than its characters.

  • Subha Prasad
    2019-04-23 07:18

    *Minor, inconsequential spoilers present*For about the first 250 pages, this book was terribly disappointing. It had a few racy sex scenes, an uninteresting, rapey dude with MPD, plus, an annoying narrator who seemed to be telling her sob story about how celebrity status is so taxing, and full of hardships. Idiots.It starts off as the journal of the aforesaid annoying narrator. Apparently, she has been convicted of murder of her celebrity husband, and is penning down her side of the story to appeal to us, the readers, whether she is actually at fault. If it had been any standard thriller writer (I'm looking at you Galbraith...), I would have assumed that she was definitely not guilty, and would spend about a third of the book proving to us exactly that. However, J.Patterson being the author, things are not what they seem.It alternates between the journal, and a third person account of a certain Will Shepherd, a fictional American football (or as the Americans'll 'ave it, soccer) striker, and soon( 150 pages later) to be husband of our Annoying Narrator. He suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder, just like Gary Murphy/Soneji in Along came a Spider, I'll tell that flat out. No secrets. It is revealed relatively early in the book. One side is the normal cool dude, and the other is impulsively violent, eternally rapey, and insatiably horny. Annoying Narrator, Maggie Bradford, has also gone a little cuckoo after having to kill her first drunkard husband, Phillip. His ghost still haunts her, for which reason she writes songs about her life and tries to sing them (in an uncanny resemblance to Taylor Swift). She meets Barry Kahn, a fictional songwriting guru, who decides to train her. Soon enough, she is in Hollywood, and living her dreams.She finds love in Patrick O'Malley, a wealthy entrepreneur, who has just lost his wife, and they have a child Allie. She has two children thus, one from Phillip, and the other from Patrick. She never gets a chance to marry him. He dies of a heart attack on his yacht.Enter Will, now all grown up, and fan of Our Annoying Narrator. I have conspicuously avoided his history because of the spoilers, btw. They meet, fall in love, and marry. Will grows restless, andthenfinally begins the exciting part, about which I shall stay shut. Before this, you have Will being violent, Will being a stud, Will raping women, Will doing BDSM on women, and Will bleeding women to death and drinking their blood with tequila. Quite cheerful stuff, that there! I don't know, was this meant to be disturbing? For I felt nothing. Only a minor repulsion towards the character who was extremely crazy and one-dimensional. The plot is slow for the majority of the novel, and picks up pace too late for redemption. However, by the end, thereis a stomach churning twist, and I was left satisfied. The use of prose was appreciable, with narration being done well. The two faults which let it down are the pace of the story, and the flat characters. A better way, in my humble opinion, to present the facts would have been through Norma's eyes, her investigation piecing the story in reverse, and alternating between Will's misadventures, as they are written, and Maggie's journal, upto the day of the crime.This is an alright book, mostly, and a good book by the end. However, fans ofACASshall be left slightly disappointed.

  • Sanara♥
    2019-04-09 07:06

    1/5 starsI've read 3 other James Patterson books before this one and I really enjoyed reading them. But this book has been a total disappointment! "Maggie Bradford is on trial for murder- in the celebrity trial of the decade. As one of the world's best-loved singer-songwriters, she she seens to have it all. So how could she have murdered not just one, but two of her husbands?Will Shepherd was Maggie's second husband. A magnificent athlete and film star, he was just as famous. But Will has dark, dangerous secrets that none of his fans could have imagined...that his own aid could never have dreamed of."^^The plot sounded all mysterious and thrilling but when I actually started reading the book it felt totally flat. The dialogues were all uninteresting and the characters weren't likeable.More than half the book tells us about Maggie's and Will's past, especially whatever happens between her 1st husband's murder and the 2nd one's murder. And so the 1st 3/4th of the book seems to be like a messed up love story with the silliest possible female lead. Got so bored reading all that! And only the last bit made this story feel like a crime thriller...except even then it still wasn't thrilling. The crime and whole court scene felt too weird and unrealistic and even rushed. And even that whole revealing-the-plot-twist scene wasn't at all interesting.. It's like JP dragged the story explaining the characters past and then just rushed through the part I was actually looking forward to read.

  • David Roberts
    2019-04-08 06:33

    I am reviewing the book Hide And Seek by James Patterson which is an excellent thriller which I bought from a local secondhand bookstore. This book is a stand alone thriller & is one of Patterson's best books. The plot is there is a successful lady who is a country and western singer, & she has got married twice and it looks like she has shot both husbands. In the first case her husband was high on coke & was ransacking the house looking for her and her daughter intent on killing them. That works out okay but then years later she has another abusing husband and she can't remember whether she has shot him or not. An overzealous district attorney & some police men who aren't interested in finding out the truth take her to court for murder. The second husband has been a successful soccer star who has turned to acting and been shagging the actress who stars in the picture. I think the story that his wife might have battered wife syndrome where she falls for abusive men subconsciously. With the second husband he has been sexually molesting his step daughter which the prosecution say led to her murdering him. He also physically abuses his wife & tends to sleep around and rather malevolently keeps asking for forgiveness. There is a great shock ending to the story. It keeps your interest throughout.

  • Alpha Felix
    2019-04-07 01:33

    Hide and Seek highlights the intriguing life of Maggie Bradford and Will Shepherd behind their bitterly-wicked past and dimming lights of their present stardom – disgruntled, dangerous, provocative, and indecisive. Though there are various low points wherein I found myself wanting to turn and skip some of the pages, the excitement will only endures on the concluding chapters of the storyline. It’s a slow-phased drama that will leave you dangling for the truth and final answers after sequences of sapless narrations.But at large, the concept of the story was deeply and maturely collaborated. Just like the characters, it’s desperate, pretentious, daring and always thirsty for affection.3/5 - @alphafelix / Alpha FelixHide and SeekJames Patterson

  • Karen Bainbridge
    2019-03-31 00:03

    This is a book I read a long time ago when it first came out in the late 1990's, extremely interesting the way the juridical courts and their attendants work ie: the judge, lawyers & jury. The tale of a rich and powerful woman who because of her captivating voice is known to millions. Hers was supposed to be the marriage of the century, with her husband being a famous athelete. Maggie(I think that's her name.. too lazy to go over to the book shelf to check) is accused of murdering him, as the trial progresses she is accused of murdering her first husband by the press... This book has lots of twists and turns, with Maggie hating the lifestyle of the rich & famous but she cannot live with out the adoration of her fans and 'friends' This book is full of wonderful characters, descriptions of the crime scenes and how the crimes were committed. It is a classic who done it, a great read one of Patterson's best, in my opinion. 5 stars out of 5.

  • Shehab El-Hariry
    2019-04-20 02:29

    Patterson's style makes you feel like you're watching a movie with the fast paced events, the skilful manipulation of timeline and the great character structure.you can easily relate to Maggie. A good person that just want to follow her dreams of singing and song writing and escaping from the horrible memories of her life. Sadly, tragedy always follow her.You meet Will,the psychopathic killer with the charming manner and the ability to achieve most of his dreams through his good looks and athletic fitness.I'll happily read other books written by Patterson. Kudos to him.

  • Tammy
    2019-04-05 04:04

    Maybe I finished this book in a day because it's very interesting. Or maybe I finished it because I got nothing better to do. That aside, the book is interesting enough for me to keep flipping the pages. And honestly, when the book ended all I could think was I hope I wasn't as bad in love like Maggie. Ho boy, that won't be good. Jokes aside, overall the book was well executed, but not the best of the best. It could do so much better and the only time I actually got interested was near the end where there was a plot twist and I literally went DURN DURN DURNNNNN in my head. No kidding.

  • Jamie Emerson
    2019-04-14 23:29

    The worst book I've ever finished, Hide and Seek is dreadfully and, at times, embarrassingly written. Its plotting is ludicrous and gives the impression of an extended game of "Consequences" stretched into a novel. However, this did mean that I wanted to finish the book, to see how the ridiculousness would be resolved. I can only summise that it doesn't represent Patterson's usual standard. If it does, his popularity is baffling to me.

  • Rohit Enghakat
    2019-04-17 06:15

    Nothing much to add except the characters are deeply etched and woven in the plot. Not much of a suspense but what the book lacks makes up in the prose and language of the book. No wonder the writer is so prolific.

  • Hannah
    2019-04-12 03:29

    A good, fast paced thriller that had my heart racing and had me turning the pages as quickly as possible to see what would happen next. In shocked that I didn't see the final twist coming, I'm usually more astute. This book gripped me and I liked it.

  • Kay
    2019-04-12 01:13

    Not a Cross book, but it is very good [and before he let others write a book he put his name on!]

  • robert hinkle
    2019-04-08 00:19

    IncredibleAwesome I really Loved this book James patterson really is a fantastic writer and my all time favorite writer!!! Thank you James