Jack & Jill

CD - abridged
Audio (3 discs)
Product Number: B1835
Released: Dec 20, 2006
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781594836046
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Description

Edgar award-winning author James Patterson took his readers on wild roller coaster rides with Hide and Seek, and Kiss The Girls, made into a major motion picture starring Morgan Freeman. Now fans should fasten their seatbelts for another breathtaking ride, this time with Jack & Jill. Our nation's capital has become the playing board for a nefarious game in which the losers are murdered politicians and children. Nursery rhymes left at the political murder scenes leave no doubt that the ultimate target is the President of the United States. Homicide detective Alex Cross is drawn into the game when a murdered child is found four blocks from his house, in his son's schoolyard. As the game progresses, Detective Cross begins to wonder if the murders are connected and discovers unconscionable intrigue in the most unlikely places. The compelling voices of George Guidall and Richard Ferrone vividly awaken the visceral, heart-pounding quality of James Patterson's latest thriller. Its inexorable plot twists continue to the very end.

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Author(s): James Patterson
Series: Detective Alex Cross Series No: 3
Genre: Mystery

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): James Patterson
Series:
Genre: Mystery
Product Number C1021
Released: Jan 04, 2000
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780788734151
eAudio
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Author(s): James Patterson
Series:
Product Number Z100106791
Released: Sep 05, 2017
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
ISBN: #9781478990970
eBook
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Author(s): James Patterson
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Product Number EB00276676
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780316145671

Professional reviews

"Dual narrators and the clever use of sound effects such as gunshots and crowd noises contribute to this thriller featuring psychologist Alex Cross. Narrators John Rubenstein and Blair Underwood offer their own styles as the story unfolds through different points of view. Underwood perfects Alex Cross's deliberate nature with a steady performance and succeeds in building tension appropriately. Rubenstein's rendering of the killers is equally impressive, showing the aloofness of the almost inhuman sociopaths. Although the abridgment may cause listeners to feel they've missed some of the plot along the way, there is enough to tie everything together in the end. K.M.D. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"

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