Book Reviews of The Beach House (Audio Cassette) (Unabridged)

The Beach House (Audio Cassette) (Unabridged)
The Beach House - Audio Cassette - Unabridged
Author: James Patterson, Peter de Jonge, Gil Bellows (Narrator)
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ISBN-13: 9781586212865
ISBN-10: 1586212869
Publication Date: 6/1/2002
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Warner Adult
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Typical Patterson, with involved tale of a murder and practically the only person who believed it was a murder.
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Another good book by Patterson. Took me a little time to get into it, but then it started going and ended with real justice! I enjoyed it! Unabridged - 5 tapes
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Synopsis-Jack Mullen is in law school in New York City when the news comes that his brother, Peter has drowned in the ocean off East Hampton. Jack know's his brother practically grew up in the water and that this couldn't be an accident. Someone must have wanted his brother dead.
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One of the best books I've read if you like mystery this book is a must read
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James Patterson and Peter de Jonge's The Beach House opens with the death of a handsome townie on Memorial Day weekend in the Hamptons, where being a single-digit millionaire is laughable and being poor is unthinkable. Peter Mullen is a high school dropout who parks cars at the private bashes of the superwealthy Barry and Campion Neubauer. When Peter is found dead on the beach, the Neubauers and their friends insist that he drowned, but his brother Jack, a law student who saw Peter's body, knows he was beaten to death. As Jack uncovers evidence of his brother's secret life, he begins to realize that the very rich are indeed different from the rest of us. Revenge is a dish best served cold, and Jack's patiently plotted payback for Peter's death is one that the Hamptons will not soon forget. (

I haven't listened to this one.