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`Read Kindle ð Kiss the Girls ä In Los Angeles, a reporter investigating a series of murders is killed In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a beautiful medical intern suddenly disappears In Washington DC Alex Cross is back to solve the most baffling and terrifying murder case ever Two clever pattern killers are collaborating, cooperating, competing and they are working coast to coast Good luck trying to put this one down after starting it From start to finish this book will have you sweating with anticipation of whats to come James Patterson does a great job of putting realistic characters in believable situations that will have you on the edge of your seat i guess you could say The story is about a detective named Alex Cross who is called on to try to find two notorious serial killers Patterson describes them as twin killers But are they really related You will enco Good luck trying to put this one down after starting it From start to finish this book will have you sweating with anticipation of whats to come James Patterson does a great job of putting realistic characters in believable situations that will have you on the edge of your seat i guess you could say The story is about a detective named Alex Cross who is called on to try to find two notorious serial killers Patterson describes them as twin killers But are they really related You will encounter some of the most grusome and horrific murders The story has another twist to it Cross s niece goes missing from her college campus Now the investigation is personal This book is quick read and one worth reading If you like constant excitement this is the book for you This book will not disappoint I received an ARC of Kiss the Girls via NetGalley and I would like to thank James Patterson, Random House UK, Cornerstone and Arrow Although this is a well known classic thriller, first released in 1995, a new version with that strikingly awesome cover is being published on 29 June 2017 Kiss the Girls is the second outing featuring detective and psychologist Alex Cross and it follows on from the excellent Along Came A Spider The story starts with Alex arriving home one day to find a houseful I received an ARC of Kiss the Girls via NetGalley and I would like to thank James Patterson, Random House UK, Cornerstone and Arrow Although this is a well known classic thriller, first released in 1995, a new version with that strikingly awesome cover is being published on 29 June 2017 Kiss the Girls is the second outing featuring detective and psychologist Alex Cross and it follows on from the excellent Along Came A Spider The story starts with Alex arriving home one day to find a houseful of crying relatives The reason being that his niece Naomi has gone missing whilst she is away from the family studying law in Carolina They are shocked and devastated of course To make matterscomplex, this is not an isolated incident This has happened to at least six attractive, intelligent women recently so the police are suspecting a serial kidnapper As this is personal, Alex talks his way from Washington D.C to Carolina where he aligns himself with the local force and the FBI investigating these mysterious disappearances which have left no evidence or even the smallest lead Kiss the Girls includes familiar characters that are frequent throughout the series such as Alex s partner, the Man Mountain Detective John Sampson and also his FBI contact, Special Agent Kyle Craig I really enjoyed readingabout these characters as well as about Alex himself Similar to the majority of these thrillers, we are introduced to new highly interesting and deep characters such as the two killers and a female student Doctor and karate expert, Kate.The action switches between Washington D.C and Carolina The novel flows at breakneck speed and the chapters are always short, sharp and precise keeping the action intense and gripping Alex does what he does best which is trying to get into the minds of these notorious monsters to try and find a trail that shed some light of these horrific happenings I have read approximately six Alex Cross novels and my experience throughout these books, Kiss the Girls included, is that Patterson does compose some gruesome and upsetting scenes including rape and murder so this is not for the lighthearted I don t want to divulge any real details about the plot or the direction this book takes When I read, I always try and predict what will happen Kiss the Girls was so hugely unpredictable that I didn t bother trying to guess but just buckled myself in so I could enjoy the journey Apologies for the cliche, but the narrative is like an intense roller coaster It plummeted my mind in one direction, then there was a twist, then I thought a certain revelation was awesome only then to realise I was blind sighted and things weren t as they seemed at all It leaves you slightly disorientated but in a great way As Alex s parts are in the first person, I emphasised with his distress and confusion at certain points as it tries to solve this case yet, I was also given a real buzz when something unraveled in Alex s favour and when his deductions proved fruitful The other characters are presented in the third person which means that we have a complete view of everything that is happening and are with Alex when he puts the pieces of the puzzle together to try and rescue his niece, amongst the other missing ladies To call this a thriller is an understatement This is my favourite Alex Cross book so far and I can t wait to read Cat and Mouse next and complete the series chronologically I have already read Jack and Jill before anyone states that I have the order wrong lol Highly recommend www.youandibooks.wordpress.com This is genuinely the worst book I have ever finished.To be fair, it is tolerable when there is action, which is often But every time James Patterson tries to put words coming out of a characters mouth, it makes you want to punch yourself in the face When he writes descriptive, emotional paragraphs, it makes you want to punch him in the face.I actually dog eared a couple pages because the writing was so bad, I wanted to be able to quick reference it to people to show them how bad it was.Want a This is genuinely the worst book I have ever finished.To be fair, it is tolerable when there is action, which is often But every time James Patterson tries to put words coming out of a characters mouth, it makes you want to punch yourself in the face When he writes descriptive, emotional paragraphs, it makes you want to punch him in the face.I actually dog eared a couple pages because the writing was so bad, I wanted to be able to quick reference it to people to show them how bad it was.Want another example of how bad a writer he is One of his other books is called, Night of the Machete I am not a God fearing man, but if you believe in God, maybe throw in an extra prayer for James Patterson s English language murdering soul Okay I am getting hooked on Alex Cross and may now have to read this series straight through I really enjoy the pace of these books, the way each short chapter jumps straight to the next so the reader has no opportunity to put the book down I read this one in one day staying up far too late in order to finish it and loved every minute of it There is a lot of violence against women in it that is its main theme after all since the murderers are insane rapists So if that kind of stuff offends Okay I am getting hooked on Alex Cross and may now have to read this series straight through I really enjoy the pace of these books, the way each short chapter jumps straight to the next so the reader has no opportunity to put the book down I read this one in one day staying up far too late in order to finish it and loved every minute of it There is a lot of violence against women in it that is its main theme after all since the murderers are insane rapists So if that kind of stuff offends you then do not read it Otherwise I recommend Alex Cross to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery