The Big Bad Wolf Alex Cross by James Patterson

  • Title: The Big Bad Wolf (Alex Cross) by James Patterson (2004-10-01)
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    1. Nice plot and suspens.One the good ones in the Alex Cross series. Anyone who is into the A.Cross books should enjoy it.

    2. you think they caught himit is not himen anotherfastgoingit surprises you every pagebreathtaking to the endPatterson at his best

    3. A former KGB agent, so good he at being invisible, has set up an organization catering to rich kidnapping very specific individuals per the clients request,s.The client is willing to purchase a specific person and the organization provides the purchase.People are being kidnapped across the country.Alex Cross, now working for the FBI cris-crosses the country chasing suspects,gathering evidence and psychological information on the head of the organization.After breaks in the case are developed and [...]

    4. James Patterson's, The Big Bad Wolf is a winner. Once you begin reading this fine novel, you have difficulty in putting it down. Alex also finds himself in a bind when his x-girl friend shows up with her attorney, for she wants custody in their son! She was once the principal where Alex's children attend school. Now she has moved to Seattle, WA. Alex's other lady, an San Francisco homicide detective, gives Alex comfort. Alex is with the FBI and is in training classes while also working on assign [...]

    5. Another Alex Cross book, and this one keeps you glued to the pages. It's a terrifying trail of kidnapped bodies that were bought for dark, dark pleasures. And this is Cross's first case at the FBI when he is still supposed to be in training. He's trying to figure out his place, this case, and keep his family together. I enjoyed this story, as I am enjoying every Cross book. Cross feels and acts like a real person, and maybe that's why I can relate to his story. It's not just about the case, but [...]

    6. I picked this book up for a readers' advisory class, so I'll keep my review along those lines. This is an Alex Cross novel, definitely not the first, though. Alex Cross is entering the FBI academy after years in the Washington D.C. police department. The novel is long, but each chapter is about 3 or so pages, and the author doesn't waste any time on description. It's all action, which keeps the book moving at a fast pace but sacrifices a feeling of depth - there's really no time to get to know t [...]

    7. I swear, what happened to James Patterson?! He just took a beloved series and turned it into something else. He was nearly on the right course of the "Four Blind Mice" putting it back on track. But this one just throws right back off.Okay, positives. I do like that Alex is a FBI agent now. It opens the door for new challenges and new tougher villains for him to take on. But sadly, it doesn't happen (which we will get to later on in the negatives). I really love that we get more of Kayla C [...]

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