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Step on a Crack - James Patterson(Hardcover) £8.55 @ Amazon uk

£8.55 @ Amazon
James Patterson's newest release Step on a Crack Synopsis A powerful and political thriller from the master of the genre. The scene is set for a huge funeral in St Patrick's Cathedral in New York.… Read More
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James Patterson's newest release
Step on a Crack
Synopsis
A powerful and political thriller from the master of the genre. The scene is set for a huge funeral in St Patrick's Cathedral in New York. The rich and the famous from all over America -- and beyond -- have arrived to honour a former First Lady after her sudden, unexpected death. Then follows an attack that was three years in the planning. Hostages are taken -- the ex-President among them -- ransoms demanded, a couple of hostages shot to show the kidnappers mean business. It's all brilliantly and chillingly co-ordinated, and Michael Bennett, the detective in charge of the case, knows it will be his biggest ever challenge.
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Thanks for the pointer macdoona :) Make your order up to £14.94 for free delivery, otherwise there's a £2 or so to add.
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Good price mcdoona, Patterson's good easy-reading, but I just wonder how much of these collaberations he actually writes himself these days?
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neilc
Good price mcdoona, Patterson's good easy-reading, but I just wonder how much of these collaberations he actually writes himself these days?


I have almost all of his books (even the very early harder to find ones) and they are still as good as even.
As he is so popular and the demand is so great nowadays for his books that he writes so many with himself and another writer (mainly Peter de Jonge) so they can be published quicker

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