Private L.A.

Private L.A. by James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

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ISBN
9780099574156
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Paperback
Pages
512
Dimensions
129 x 198mm

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Jack Morgan is having a bad week. His twin brother is up on a murder charge and determined to frame him for the crime, and one of Jack's clients has just called to report the burnt bodies of four surfers on his beach.

But what seems like a random mugging gone wrong soon reveals something far worse – a killer calling themselves No Prisoners is holding the city to ransom. And there's more bad news: Hollywood's golden couple, Thom and Jennifer Harlow, have been kidnapped, along with their adopted children.

It looks like the whole world is about to discover whether Private are really as good as they say they are…
ISBN:
9780099574156
Publication Date:
01 / 07 / 2016
Pages:
512
Dimensions:
129 x 198mm
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A Masterful Read
Private L.A by James Patterson was one of his best yet in my opinion. I loved it from opening to the very first page to closing the book at the very end. Since James Patterson started the Private series I have been hooked. Private L.A is the pinnacle of Patterson's private series and I am hoping there is more to come. Jack Morgan makes for a very interesting protagonist especially when it comes to his brother Tommy and the conflicting interests for both of them.Private L.A is a page turner like any other Patterson book, but still has a unique feeling when reading it, because although you know the characters, there is always a twist which is unexpected and keeps you reading. I recommend to anyone who has never picked up a Patterson book, or just wants a good read to pass the time, then this is your book. A masterpiece from one of the greatest writers of the 21st century and you will not be disappointed. Reviewed By Nathan Naismith.
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