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James Patterson
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Little, Brown and Company. Books by James Patterson. He shot them again when they were down on the floor.

Little, Brown and Company. New York Boston London. This one is for my buds-Johnny, Frankie, Ned, Jim and Jim, Steve, Mike, Tom and Tom, Merrill, David, Peter, . Del, Hal, Ron, Mickey and Bobby, Joe, Art. And it’s for Mary Jordan, who makes it all work somehow, and who couldn’t be more different from the notorious Mary, Mary.

Mary, Mary: 36-Copy Floor Display. ISBN 10: 0446176915 ISBN 13: 9780446176910

Mary, Mary: 36-Copy Floor Display. ISBN 10: 0446176915 ISBN 13: 9780446176910. Publisher: Warner, 2006.

Part of Alex Cross series by James Patterson. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. 271. 0. Published: 2005. James Patterson Series

James Patterson, I took copies of both bizarre e-mails and headed out for a meeting with the LAPD.

Mary, Mary Mary, MaryMary, Mary Mary, MaryPart OneTHE MARY SMITH MURDERS Mary, MaryChapter 3To: agrinermes. com From: Mary Smith Arnold Griner squeezed his small, squinty eyes shut, put his hands over his practically hairless skull, and scrubbed his scalp hard. Oh, God save me, not another one, he was thinking. Life is to short for this shit. An investigative journalist named James Truscott had decided to follow me around and report on the murder cases I was working on. I'd fooled him, though. I'd gone on vacation with the family. I took copies of both bizarre e-mails and headed out for a meeting with the LAPD.

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Mary Mary is one of the best James Patterson books I have read so far. This book chronicle the happenings of Alex Cross, an Metro Police Officer turned FBI Detective, as he tries to solve the grisly murders of some of Hollywood's famous.

Page pointed to a third-floor unit where the lights were on behind drawn curtains. Copies of The Hours and Running with Scissors lay near the body Philip Washington, Page told me. "Thirty-five; an investment banker at Merrill Lynch. Well-read, obviously".

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Somebody is intent on murdering Hollywood's A-list. A well-known actress has been shot outside her Beverly Hills home  . This as usual was a book you didn't want to put down except I felt the ending was a little weak which is why I rated it a 4 star but it will not stop me from moving onto the next in the series. Lots of twist and turns kept you guessing. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

  • Yes! James Patterson finally makes a return to original form. After a dark age from "Roses Are Red" to "London Bridges" (minus "Four Blind Mice"), we finally see the light with "Mary Mary".

    This story literally feels like an Alex Cross novel again. The feeling, the writing, the mystery, and also the pacing are all just right. I love how we finally see Alex Cross taking on larger cases as an FBI agent and facing problems that I've been waiting for him to face. Like for example, the danger of being a cop (or FBI agent). There are some pretty powerful moments when we see Alex ask himself if he should retire from the life of chasing bad guys and be normal for once, for his kids. It really adds to the drama and the decision of what he will make. One thing about this story that really surprised me and actually made me cry, was the breakup between Alex and Jamilla (spoilers). I thought it was pretty heart breaking to read. While I didn't like their relationship in the previous novels, I did kinda warm up to them in last one and also a little bit in the beginning of this too. But that still doesn't mean I actually like the romance fully. But the point is that the breakup really surprised me. I found myself caring because there are some big hurts between the two. You can sense that Jamilla hates doing this to Alex and Alex doesn't want to lose Jamilla. It's a touching situation that really gets to me. But you also understand that it is for the best because the circumstances are different and they live in two different worlds. Maybe they could be together and maybe it could have worked. Now that is really powerful. But it also led to Alex and Kayla Coles finally getting into a relationship (yeah!). I'm so happy that happened! Another thing I really want to point out is a small moment when Alex talks to a fellow widow dad who last his wife. I found that moment to be really strong and interesting (consider that the sequel after this goes into Alex's quest to find his wife's shooter). We finally get what it is like for Alex to live everyday and go through that same pain. It sets up perfectly for that storyline, while also providing an emotional moment for this story too.

    And then we have the negatives. Which surprisingly, there aren't that many. The revelation behind the identity of the killer of this story isn't really done well. The sub-plots are not needed (I wonder why Patterson even uses them). Also, the ending is rushed and I wish he could have added a few more chapters to make it feel satisfying (you will know what I mean). But the one thing I really hate the most is what Patterson did with Christine in this story. I won't give it away, but it really ticked me off. I literally hate her character now. In fact, I'm more angry at Patterson for ruining such a great character that I grew to love from the previous novels. I'm still hurt from what "Roses Are Red" did.

    "Mary Mary" is a return to form for the Alex Cross series and it corrects some of the mistakes made over the last few installments. We see some pretty touching moments and even finally see Alex get with Kayla (which I have been waiting for). I say that it is definitely worth your money and time to read.

  • Compared to some of the other Alex Cross installments, this one isn't half bad. It may not be as great as "Kiss the Girls" but it does well for a sequel in some areas.

    I guess what I like about this novel is the "feeling" that I get from it. It feels like an Alex Cross novel, just with a mix of something new. I like the fact that Alex is going to retire from the police force and move on from it, but is also being pressured by the FBI to join them. For once, we see Alex actually going through something that we all can care about. It isn't just about romance and hard breakups (you what I mean). Seeing John Sampson finally fall in love was a good change. The romance was okay and I thought Billie was an okay character. Another thing that did this novel justice was the introduction of a new character named Kayla Coles. I actually really like this character, including her friendship with Alex.

    But where the novel fails in some areas of the story itself. The villains are nothing special and the twists and turns are not good. And even though I do like the romance between John and Billie, I do think that it could have used some more chapter time. I mean, the ending has John and Billie marrying, but we never once see the proposal or any other development into that area. Also, Alex's relationship with Jamilla Hughes is not really all that convincing. While I do like the character herself, its the romance that I don't like. In fact, I'm hoping that Alex gets with Kayla for some reason, they seem to actually have chemistry.

    The "Four Blind Mice" is, in my opinion, an okay novel to the series. I think it is worth checking out.

  • James Patterson writes great detective novels with the Alex Cross series, and "Mary, Mary" is another example. I ordered this cd to play in my car when traveling back and forth to Alabama. It sure did make my drive a much more enjoyable experience and made the time fly by.

  • I appreciate James Patterson's Alex Cross series for what it is...murder conspiracies with a powerful ringleader. I also understand the series has many limitations which have been covered in detail by other reviewers.

    My biggest problem with this book is that I realized Patterson left huge gaps in his narrative that require the reader to just accept things on faith. It is not enough to know who the villans are or even to establish their motives. I needed to know how they were able to make this series of frame-ups work. How were they able to plant DNA evidence at the crime scene? How were they able to mobilize the police or MP's on such short notice? How is it possible that someone not involved in the coverup didn't detect a pattern much earlier in this drama? How were they able to put the murder weapon back in the house without detection? How did these "victim soldiers" pass through the death row appeals process so quickly? Was every District Attorney and every police chief paid to look the other way? Too many questions left me unsatisfied and frustrated. It is as if Patterson had a general outline and didn't take the time or effort to flesh out his story.