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Last seen in London Bridges (2004) chasing a terrorist, Washington, D.C., PD detective turned FBI agent Alex Cross is enjoying a much-needed vacation at Disneyland with his family when he's called in by the FBI to consult with the LAPD on a high-profile murder case. A-list actress Antonia Schifman has been slain, her face so badly cut up that she's almost unrecognizable. The murder isn't random; an L.A. Times gossip columnist has received a series of e-mails from a woman named Mary Smith, taking responsibility for the killing of Antonia, her chauffeur, and a well-known female movie producer. Cross studies the e-mails, which make reference to Mary's ordinary appearance and her fixation on the perfect families, particularly the children, of both women. When another prominent woman is slain, Cross is sucked into the case full time, jeopardizing the outcome of the custody battle he's involved in over his youngest son. As Cross studies the e-mails and patterns of the killer, he realizes he can't be certain of anything, even the gender of Mary Smith. The thrills in Patterson's latest lead to a truly unexpected, electrifying climax. Kristine Huntley
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'You wont be able to put down James Patterson's number one best seller Mary, Mary". Full of edge-of-your-seat suspense, you'll be dying to discover why somebody is murdering Hollywood's A-List' -- OK magazine, Australia 'It features Alex Cross one of the best heroes in the genre' -- Independent on Sunday 20051218 'You wont be able to put down James Patterson's number one best seller Mary, Mary". Full of edge-of-your-seat suspense, you'll be dying to discover why somebody is murdering Hollywood's A-List' -- OK magazine, Australia 'It features Alex Cross one of the best heroes in the genre' -- Independent on Sunday 20051218 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Have really gotten into James Patterson's "Alex Cross" books, over the last few years. Have been trying to collect all, or most, of them. Read morePublished 8 months ago by B. H.
Just as expected from James Patterson. The story was compelling and kept me thinking. It was a hard book to put down.Published 10 months ago by lh1963
Wow!! James Patterson never ceases to amaze me.
I loved the plot and I am so glad that there are still more Alex Cross mysteries for me to read. Read more
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 16 months ago by R. W. SIMPSON
I love James Patterson's writing and especially the Alex Cross series. Actually I love all his books. Would recommend to everyone.Published 19 months ago by Brenda Boomer
Everyone should read James Patterson books. I plan on reading them all and getting caught up to James, hopefully before he gets too far ahead of mePublished on May 12 2013 by Barbara Dodge
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I gave it as a gift to my mom and have not read it yet, I am sure it will be a nail biter as they always are.