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The Midnight Club
The Midnight Club
Author: James Patterson
A stunningly brilliant psychopathic killer who has skillfully eluded the police from London to Paris to New York...a beautiful journalist suddenly in grave danger...and an unorthodox New York detective whose motive for stopping the killer couldn't be more personal. All are bound by the chains of secrecy, wealth, and crime forged by the cabal kno...  more »
ISBN: 5867
Publication Date: 1989
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1.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Excellent read. Some really great characters and a plot that flies forward at a rocketship pace. One of Patterson's best.
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A stunningly brilliant psychopathic killer who has skillfully eluded police from London to Paris to New York. A beautiful woman journalist suddenly in grave danger. An unorthodox New York detective whose motive for stopping the killer couldn't be more personal or emotional.
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Couldn't get into this book by Patterson. I have enjoyed all his other books, so I think it may have been the reader for me. Abridged - 4 tapes
ladycholla avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 2067 more book reviews
Good story as usual by Patterson.
kempy avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 3 more book reviews
Patterson's books are always enjoyable reading
and this one is no exception. I could not put it down.
His characters seem to come to life and you feel like your one of their sidekicks.
dtchs avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 59 more book reviews
Another great Patterson book.
zaksnany avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 5 more book reviews
This is one of Patterson's earlier books. It is excellent.
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James Patterson books are among my favorites. This is another great book; suspenseful as always.
caroltheartist avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 16 more book reviews
One of Patterson's earlier books, it is suspenseful and a great read!
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Not like his Alex Cross or Women's Club books but a good read.
bludiamond avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 44 more book reviews
John Stefanovitch is done tough New York cop. Nobody knows the underbelly of the city like he does. Stef is out to nab Alexandre St. Germain, the most treacherous and powerful member of the Midnight Club - a secret international society whose membership is limited to an elite group of ruthless crime czar, all of whom are "respectable" business. And Stef's the ideal man fo the jog - until he's leveled by a blast from St. Germain's shotgun and left for dead. Now Stef is back, wheelchair bound, yet sworn to destroy the vicious St. Germain.
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In the James Patterson style but slightly different from what I am used to reading by him. Story about the NYC Police Dept and their fight against organized crime. Love the small chapters!!! Enjoyed it but not as much as some of his other books.
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an older patterson book. great read
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Good book! Wish it had been the unabridged version . . .
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Patterson joins the elite company of Thomas Harris and John Sanford in concocting riventing and truly unique serial killers, while creating sleuths who are heroic and fascinating...
Narrated by Oscar nominee Robert Foster.


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