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Private London (Jack Morgan, Bk 4)
Private London - Jack Morgan, Bk 4
Author: James Patterson, Mark Pearson
The next explosive book in James Patterson's #1 bestselling Private series! For Hannah Shapiro, a beautiful young American student, this particular nightmare began eight years ago in Los Angeles, when Jack Morgan, owner of Private--the world's most exclusive detective agency--saved her from a horrific death. She has fled her country, but...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781455515554
ISBN-10: 1455515558
Publication Date: 12/4/2012
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 87 ratings
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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I loved the Michael Bennett series, so I was looking forward to this latest book. It is not the simple, straightforward style of the Bennett books, but a more laidback affair. Some of the terminoligy is off-putting, such as - what is a 'lock-up'? In the USA, it is a jail, but I think it is a storage facility in Britain, but I'm still not sure. There are a few twists & turns in the storyline, which I love, but this book just doesn't 'flow', like some of his others.
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davidmartin52 avatar reviewed Private London (Jack Morgan, Bk 4) on + 35 more book reviews
After reading "Private" and enjoying it much, much more than most recent Patterson books, I was eagerly looking forward to reading "Private London". I found the storyline, of a terrorist attack on the Olympic Games in London, to be believable, and the overall story entertaining. Patterson never does explain how Private makes the huge amounts of money necessary to have all the uber-expensive toys they have, but I guess that's what they mean when they use the term, "willing suspension of disbelief". Mark Pearson may just be a better writer than Patterson's other "co-writers". If you like the Patterson stories, this is one of the better ones.