Loved this book. This was the first "non-romance" of James Patterson that I've read. It was suspenseful, short, easy to read chapters and I couldn't put it down!
Page Turner, as James Patterson's books always are!
A good listen! Kept my interest piqued throughout the entire book.
An associate at a law firm, Jack Mullen hears of his younger brother's death in posh East Hampton. Jack suspects foul play although the police say he drowned.
eter Mullen is dead, found on a beach in the Hamptons. Was it an accident or murder? His brother, Jack, sets out to prove it was murder and that wealthy summer residents in the Hamptons are covering it up. The story is irresistible and races to a surprising conclusion. The "trial" that finally comes to pass is a little hokey, but satisfying. Jack is an excellent central character, but his grandfather, Mack, was my favorite. This story is reminiscent of early John Grisham novels. A smart young man takes on the rich and powerful. Oh, and there is a sweet love story thrown in for good measure. A fast and entertaining summer read. - from amazon.com review
A very good story be James Patterson. This is the CD. First time that I have listened to a Patterson book on CD, but it was done very good. Highly recommended for a Patterson lover.
This was a very good book It kept you thinking
This is a great read !!!!
This is not the cd. Not sure why it comes up that way.
ehhh, definitely not one of James Patterson's best books. It was just ok.