4/5, Alex Cross, AUTHOR, Book Review, Fiction, P, Read in 2008, SERIES

Mary Mary by James Patterson

Mary Mary
by James Patterson
Copyright: 2005
Pages: 413
Rating: 4/5
Read: June 1-3, 2008
Challenge: Title Master Challenge

First Line: Act one, scene one, the Storyteller thought to himself, and couldn’t hold back a dizzying rush of anticipation.

While on a family vacation in California, FBI Agent Alex Cross is asked to help investigate the murder of a famous Hollywood actress. The killer, “Mary Smith,” has already been in touch with the authorities through an email to an LA Times reporter. But Mary Smith has more murders on her agenda as she spins a strange story through emails and dead bodies that causes Cross a lot of personal troubles while trying to catch her.
James Patterson definitely does not disappoint with this one! I read The Midnight Club last month and was a little disappointed, but this one was really enjoyable!! I flew through it and could hardly wait to figure out the ending of it … and trust me, it was a shocker!!! Highly recommended.
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