London Bridges

London Bridges

Paperback - 2005
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Two of the greatest villains James Patterson has ever created in one book! Minutes after soldiers evacuate a Nevada town, a bomb completely destroys it. On vacation, FBI agent Alex Cross gets the call: the blast was perpetrated by the Wolf. A supercriminal and Cross's deadliest nemesis, the Wolf threatens to obliterate major cities, including London, Paris, and New York. Then evidence reveals the involvement of a ruthless assassin known as the Weasel. Could these two dark geniuses be working together? Now with just four days to prevent an unimaginable cataclysm, Cross is catapulted into an international chase of astonishing danger - and toward the explosive truth about the Wolf's identity, a revelation that Cross may not survive.
Publisher: New York : Warner Vision Books, 2005.
ISBN: 9780446613354
0446613355
Branch Call Number: X
813.54
Characteristics: 403 p. ; 17 cm.

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rb3221 Mar 22, 2018

Patterson fans will like this novel but I felt it was just O.K. A complicated plot with a master mind and a psychopath who holds four countries in his grasp and nobody even knows who he is. Really? Far too unbelievable with too many characters. It was reasonably entertaining but certainly not Patterson's best and possibly his worst.

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PCPL
Jun 27, 2017

Just OK.

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newfieshawn
Dec 15, 2015

like the weasel part of the book but the wolf part could of end so much sooner in the book over all was good but not the best alex cross book

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rahmmie
Apr 05, 2014

I can say it wasn't a horrible book, but it was far from one of Patterson's best. As a reader, I could tell the words just weren't flowing, the author was trying hard and barely kept the book together

Krajzel Feb 17, 2012

You just have to love James Patterson, however with this book he went way off course. Just not believable. Come on Mr. Patterson, lets write something more original.

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lisa_sisneroz
Sep 08, 2011

james pattersons book are always the best this one wasnt as exciting as his others but defintley crazy in the end cant wait for the next book

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sjh4255
Jan 02, 2010

A decent read about Alex Cross as he travels the world looking for the Wolf.. some excitement especially in the beginning, but nothing over the top for the rest of the book.. part of a series, so without reading the previous books, feel like you are missing something..

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