Detective Alex Cross makes his second appearance in the worldwide No 1 bestseller that also became a No 1 box office hit as a film starring Morgan Freeman -- now reissued in striking new cover style. In Kiss the Girls, Washington-based homicide detective Alex Cross is thrust into a case he will never forget. This time there isn't just one serial ...
Detective Alex Cross makes his second appearance in the worldwide No 1 bestseller that also became a No 1 box office hit as a film starring Morgan Freeman -- now reissued in striking new cover style. In Kiss the Girls, Washington-based homicide detective Alex Cross is thrust into a case he will never forget. This time there isn't just one serial killer, there are two. One collects beautiful, intelligent women on college campuses on the east coast. The other is terrorising LA with a series of unspeakable murders. But the truly chilling news is that the two brilliant and elusive killers are communicating, cooperating, competing -- and they have Alex Cross's niece.
Nice fast action, BUT too much 'huggy feelly'. I like stories like Michael Shayne's from 1939 - 1958
Nov 5, 2009
patterson keeps you in suspense until the end, great reading and I love his character Alex Cross
Apr 14, 2009
Kiss The Girls by James Patterson
Is an excellant read its in a series of Detective Cross. I really thought that this book not only kept my interest but boosted my intrigue. At the end he led you right into the next book. If your into suspense and crime drama this is the book for you. Its easy to follow yet it has you waiting for more I started getting all the books in the series, this was what I was looking for this is the book that started my interest in J. Patterson.
This is a book YOU GOTTA READ!!!
Nov 16, 2008
James Patterson's book "Kiss the Girls" is an excellent book. It has also been made into a movie.
Feb 8, 2008
There's nothing like a James Patterson book, and there's not a more interesting character than Alex Cross.
This book is so much better than the movie; far more detail, of course, and the plot and characters must more complex. I had to read the book twice to make sure that I hadn't missed anything.
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