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While the death of an inner-city black child doesn't garner much media attention, another murder is making big headlines. The same day that Shanelle was beaten to death, Senator Daniel Fitzpatrick was found handcuffed to a bed and shot execution style. The only clue the police have to go on is a bizarre rhyme, signed "Jack and Jill," promising more high-profile executions, ultimately targeting the president of the United States. When Cross is called in to help protect the president, he begins to suspect that the two cases are somehow related. As he races to put all the pieces together, the killers continue their bloody rampage, paralyzing the city.
Like Along Came a Spider and Cat & Mouse, Jack & Jill is a rapid-fire thriller from start to finish, with enough plot twists to satisfy even the most jaded mystery fan. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Another excellent book. I just recently started the Alex Cross series and now am looking forward to starting my third.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I know this will once again keep me hooked. I'm not quite finished yet.Published 6 months ago by janet dunn
Anyone liking a good suspense mystery book, will enjoy Jack and Jill, Alex Cross character is very interesting, easy readingPublished 12 months ago by Betty Mainguy
I love read James Patterson`s books so if you like criminals just go and buy it. I assure that you will enjoy it.Published 12 months ago by Wojtek
I adore reading James Patterson's Alex Cross novels. Some one gave me "Kill Alex Cross". I enjoyed it immensely, to the point that I am going through the series, from the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by R. W. SIMPSON
I normally love James Patterson, especially his Alex Cross novels, however, this one was a disappointment. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Diana E. Young
The Alex Cross series is phenomenal. James Patterson creates such dimensional characters, you really feel like you know them. Definitely one of my favorite authors. Read morePublished on April 17 2011 by Christiana Vanier