Book Reviews of Private L.A.

Private L.A.
Private LA
Author: James Patterson, Mark Sullivan
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ISBN-13: 9781611130454
ISBN-10: 161113045X
Publication Date: 11/25/2013
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Book Type: Audio CD
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I liked this book. I have read where others didn't like the multiple story lines and the fact that they didn't tie into one another but this is about a large Private Investigation firm and as with a firm of this size there would be many cases going on simultaneously. It would stand to reason that the cases would not be related. It is just a book about a variety of cases and how they are solved - fiction, not real. I love the Private gang and how they will stop at nothing to solve their cases. It is fast paced and if you have liked the other Private books as I have you will like this installment as well.
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I enjoyed this very much. The ending was fantastic. As usual I will be waiting on pins and needles for the next installment!
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do like the Private series and Jack Morgan. He is an interesting character and seems to get involved in all sorts of things. However, I couldn't get into the movie star plot, (one thought of Brad and Angelina), but these were not very moral people and I didn't care what happened, why they were kidnapped or if they were alive or not!

I liked the story of " No Prisoners" and was on the edge of my seat until they finally got him after he terrorized LA!

I also liked the sad fact that Jack's twin brother is out to ruin him! I guess the solution to that is in a sequel.
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Kept the reader interested in what was going on in the book.
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Typical Patterson fare, but I like this series overall, and more than some of Patterson's other co-written books. It appears that Mark Sullivan might be a cut above Patterson's other co-writers. This is an enjoyable and quick read.