I have read all of Patterson's books and lately the collaborations are going downhill. This book had 3 storylines and every one of them were anticlimatic. This book was peddled as "thrilling," "horrifying," "twisted," and "frightening." I don't think any of those words actually apply to the book. There was no mystery to the "whodunit" in any of the plots either. Rather disappointing, especially compared to what we would normally expect from a book with Patterson's name on it.
This book was alright, but I don't understand how it ties into the Alex Cross series. Other than being about his distant relative, it doesn't seem very relevant. I was expecting a prequel that would give us some insight as to how Alex came to be the way he is today, but that is not what this book is about. It is completely its own story line.
This is the first of a fun cozy series about a wedding planner who encounters a murder at one of her weddings. I have never heard of the author before this book, but I really enjoyed it and continued on to read the rest of the series, which is equally good.
This was another good addition to the Grant County series. A lot of things got turned upside down for different people. The ending was shocking. I'm glad that Karin Slaughter wrote the readers a letter and bonus chapter after this book. Once I digest the ending of this book, I'll be looking forward to seeing the future of Grant County.
The 2nd book in the series wasn't up to snuff for me, but this one redeemed the series. I was really happy to get a little mystery back in the plot along with Rick & Sam's romance. Quick, enjoyable read.