TITLE: Cross Kill (An Alex Cross book)
AUTHOR; James Patterson
I love Alex Cross - the only James Patterson character (books) I enjoy.
I am not sure how I feel about these "bookshots" - kind of a teaser in between books. Part of me feels as though it is a bit of a sleazy way to make even more $$$ as if Patterson needs it! Regardless, the book and story itself are great.
Cross is back and this time he comes face to face with an old enemy (or maybe not?) - lots happens in this story and Sampson features prominently (which is something that hasn't happened in a the last few books).
In 166 pages, its hard to tell a detailed story - and Patterson is not known for his detailed chapters (thank god!). The book ends on a cliffhanger - letting us salivate for the "actual" book in November 2016.
This story is good, it features Alex Cross (instead of the whole clan, which is what happened with the last book) and is about police work. Its very short and won't give much in the way of information, but it is a good read.