I, Alex Cross by James Patterson (#16 Alex Cross)

I, Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #16)

 I, Alex Cross by James Patterson

 Published: 2009



I, Alex Cross by James Patterson, is the 16th in the series.

Just when I cringe at the thought of another Alex Cross book, James Patterson surprises me.   I really enjoyed this one.

Alex’s birthday celebration is interrupted by a phone call informing them of the murder and dismemberment of his 24-year old estranged niece.   Upon investigation, they find Caroline was working as a high-end escort, and she isn’t the only one that has disappeared.   All roads lead to an exclusive and private sex club called Blacksmith Farms in Virginia, and to someone called “Zeus”.   No one seems to know his identity. Unfortunately, Alex seems to be thwarted at every turn.  The FBI, the Secret Service, and even the President seems to want this investigation taken out of his hands.  But Alex can’t stop until he finds what has happened to his niece.

Meanwhile, NanaMama is fighting for her life, and Alex is torn in two directions.

This was a really good book.  The anguish that Alex is feeling over his grandmother felt real.  The storyline was really good, and as always, Patterson’s short chapters add to the overall suspense.

If you think you are through with Alex Cross (like I did), this one may change your mind.


Read: May 2017


Favorite Quotes from I, Alex Cross:

“I, Alex Cross do solemnly promise-to all those present at this birthday party- to do my best to balance my life at home with my work,life,and not to go over to the dark side ever again.”

“They have a two-pet maximum, but she’s got four identical little dogs. Just walks them two at a time.”


About the Author:  James Patterson is one of the bestselling writers of all time, with more than 170 million books sold worldwide.  James Patterson’s lifelong passion for books and reading led him to launch a new website, ReadKiddoRead.com, which helps parents, grandparents, teachers, and librarians find the very best children’s books for their kids.

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