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That monstrous villain Gary Soneji is back in Cat & Mouse, the fourth book in James Patterson's series about Alex Cross, a police forensic psychologist, but he's not alone. In seeming support of the premise that you can never have too much of a bad thing, Patterson has thrown a second serial killer into the mix: Mr. Smith, a mysterious killer terrorizing Europe while Soneji practices his own brand of evil along the Eastern Seaboard. With two killers to track, Cross has his hands full--and Patterson has another hit. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fans of Patterson's Alex Cross series will be delighted with this latest installment. Reappearing is Christine Johnson, seen in an earlier Cross novel, Jack & Jill (LJ 8/96) and the principal at his children's school, and Cross has fallen in love with her. Gary Soneji, the creepy kidnapper and murderer from another Cross book, has broken out of jail and embarked on a new killing spree, again taunting Cross that he can't stop him. And one of his intended targets is Cross and his family. If that isn't enough, there's a new serial killer whose murders are so inhuman that the news media are suggesting that he's an alien from another planet. All story lines connect in this thriller, whose driving plot will distract you from thinking about its implausibilities and keep you turning pages to the last, when you'll find yourself impatiently awaiting the arrival of the next Cross novel. Recommended for public libraries.?Charles Michaud, Turner Free Lib., Randolph, Mass.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Argh! Stop recommending Alex Cross series to me already! I am never going to read the bloody series. Get over it Amazon!Published 7 months ago by Kristina
Twists and turns in this book. Mr Smith is definately not someone I would have ever wanted to meet up with. Creepy! Love the book and looking forward to the next onePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
This kept me trying to guess what would happen next. I will probably never be a detective. One of the best! Read morePublished 16 months ago by janet dunn
I am reading all the Alex Cross novels, by James Patterson, in chronological order. They are all excellent, and this one is no exception.Published 20 months ago by R. W. SIMPSON
I am reading all the Alex Cross books in order. This was not my favorite so far. Even for not a very good Cross book it is still better then some books I have read. Read morePublished on April 7 2004 by J. Gielow