James Patterson “takes thrills to the next level” (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) as he teams up with Howard Roughan (co-author of Honeymoon, the 2005 International Thriller of the Year) to pen his best mind-bending page-turner yet!
Kristin Burns’ life has finally come together. She has a good chance at showing her photography at a prominent Manhattan gallery. Her day job caring for two children is fulfilling. And the man of her dreams may be ready to seal the deal. But Kristin’s life begins to unfurl when a murderous nightmare plagues her, night after night, and eventually creeps into her waking hours. Kristin uses her camera to find out what’s real and discovers that the lives of everyone she loves rest in her hands.
Hardcover Book : 320 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company ( September 01, 2007 )
Item #: 12-240959
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.76inches
Product Weight: 12.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I have loved his Cross books and his women's club books. The other series that I have really loved is his Maximum (the flying children experiment) books. I wish he would put more out re: the children. Those three series have been his best novels. When he co-writes with others, I get the feeling that its more the 'other's' writings than his own. I have NOT been impressed. Everything he writes ALONE, I have loved. Slow down, JP, and come back to your OWN style of writing. You don't need to pump out that many books a year. I'll wait for the good ones!
Reviewer: Paula F
You've Been Warned..purchase at the peril of your pocketbook! Not worth it!
Reviewer: Karl R
I do like his books, but agree with the email stating they seem to be a "cookie cutter style" . someone mentioned Joseph Finder. He is an excellent author. try his books. I just ordered Power Play and can't wait to read it.
Reviewer: Mary B
My wife and my mother rave about his books. I tried ONE. It was schlock. Who ever heard of a CHAPTER that was merely a couple of pages long?? The "chapters" and plot were written like he expected them to become scripts for a movie. Short snippets of dialogue or comment or "thoughts" with very little meat. The cranking out of book after book, cookie-cutter-style, is why I will not read another, and why I also stopped reading Dean Koontz "novels".
Reviewer: Andrew W
James Patterson used to be a "must have" author. However, the past six or more books are cookie-cutter books with little to no suspense, and some are downright boring. JP, take off some time and let the Muses work for you again! Money isn't everything and if you keep writing this trash, you will lose your fans and fade into the shadows.
Reviewer: Patricia L