- Published: 2000
- Number of pages: 412 pages
- Format: PDF
- File Size: 11.68 MB
- Authors: James Patterson
Alex Cross races against time as a series of crimes stuns Washington, D. C.—and he might be facing his most brilliant enemy yet. In a series of terrifying crimes, bank robbers have been laying out precise demands when they enter the building-and then killing the bank employees and their families if those instructions are not followed to the letter. Detective Alex Cross takes on the case, certain that this is no ordinary bank robber at work; the pathological need for control and perfection is too great. Cross is in the midst of a personal crisis at home, but the case becomes all-consuming as he learns that the Mastermind is plotting one huge, last, perfect crime.
Reviews from Amazon users which were colected at the time this book was published on the website:
⭐I really enjoy reading the Alex Cross series but I don’t appreciate the racist remarks made by the grandmother. I hope future books will leave that out.
⭐I have now read 6 in a row. The series keeps you wanting more and keeps the story line going
⭐I was so happy to find this book on Amazon. I have all of the books in the Alex Cross series except for this one and tried finding it everywhere. I like all the books in the series it’s a real page turner. Because it’s one of the early books in the series it answered the missing pieces from the book right after it.
⭐There is nothing I dislike about this book. This is another page turner from Mr. Patterson. You will not be able to stop reading until the last page. And the last page will surprise everyone.
⭐Never expected this. Craig will reappear though, I’m sure. I can’t believe Alex didn’t catch on to him. I certainly didn’t
⭐One in a chain of excellent James Patterson novels. Read them all, my favorite was “Kiss the girls”
⭐i read this book years ago bought it again and its just as good as last time i read it all his books are great
⭐I read through the other reviews of this book. Apparently many readers agree with me. We have given James Patterson and Alex Cross many, many chances. I was on the edge of giving up on these books after reading the last Alex Cross. But because of the fine quality of earlier books, I plunged into this last one, Roses are Red. Never again.It’s just the same old thing over and over. A weird serial killer has a personal vendetta against Alex. I could even take another good book about that. But here’s the real problem that has displayed itself in so many of the past several books – there is no solution or conclusion to the story lines.The killer from either 3 or 4 books ago is still around. Alex thought he had gotten him, but it is revealed that he has just killed someone else. So, first of all, we are told that the criminal from a previous case has never really been captured. The story of the relationship between Alex and Christine is also just left hanging. If I was not familiar with the Alex/Christine story from other books, the description of what happens between them would make no sense at all.Then, in this current book, there are several captures made of people who are thought to be the murderer. Every time a capture is made, the person says “You have got the wrong man”. Of course, this being an Alex Cross book, it always is truly the wrong man because the real perpetrator is rarely caught in these stories. He is always free to roam to become the focus of a sequel. The final few sentences of the book supposedly do finally tell who the killer is. But, in my opinion, it was such an unbelievably dumb choice after reading the entire book, it didn’t satisfy my curiosity. It just made me mad. And, even this dumb choice of a serial killer is not caught.After I have invested my time in reading a book, any book, I feel that I deserve a conclusion to most of the plot lines in the story. I do understand about sequels and that sometimes things need to be left hanging to keep the reader interested until the next installment. But these Alex Cross books go too far. The plots are never wrapped up. There is way too much left unsaid. I feel like I have been jerked around by James Patterson. If you lure me into the story, give me some satisfaction by the end of the book.Maybe in some future book, James Patterson will take all of these loose threads and weave them into one huge and final conclusion. Even if he does, I will not be reading about it. This book was really my last Alex Cross.
⭐I can’t say why without giving the game away but this novel has more twists than a snake. On top of that, a really intriguing plot and further insight into the characters of Alex and his family. A great read that I wolfed up.
⭐This is a well-written Cross story with a nice sting in the tail.Two things annoyed me, however: firstly, the short chapters which broke the flow of the book, and gives the impression of a screenplay in progress. Secondly, it’s published in England with American spelling – there’s no excuse for this. Oh, and just one spelling error, or just possibly a pun. Washington is the “capiTAL” city of the USA and not the “capiTOL” city, although it contains the Capitol building …A good read on a boring flight to Moscow.
⭐Very old book really yello pages and every page has a drawing onPoor advert
⭐I always enjoy Alex Cross stories. Exciting stories with twists and turns, real page turner. I also enjoy his family interactions
⭐Another wonderful and exciting read from James Patterson, I could not put this one down, read it in a day.There is one thing that puzzles me though………..why is Alex Cross not the proud owner of a mobile phone ??this book was written in 2000 so I am presuming that the book is based in that year (nothing tells me otherwise in the book)The fact that he still has a bleeper is weird !!!
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