BOOK EBOOK Murder Games by James Patterson – doctorio.us
This is the first book in a long time that I couldn t put down What a great story I thoroughly njoyed this one It was fast paced and to THE POINT I M DISAPPOINTED IT point I m disappointed it over Readable but pretty mediocre Not thrilling in the least The detective didn t much detect The psychologist didn t do much analysis The serial killer wasn t particularly scary or memorable Patterson is phoning it in 4 StarsCan you believe this was my first James Patterson book ver Honestly I think I was a little intimidated to read his books
#but my irl #my IRL club picked this as our book so I dove right inWe meet Dylan Reinhart who is a professor at Yale He teaches a class about abnormal behavior One day a woman Elizabeth rushes in and he mistakes her for a student Little does he know she s a NYPD detective and his most recent book has started a trail to catch The Dealer There s a single pattern that the serial killer uses to give hints of his next act a playing card from a deck of cards Each one symbolizes a nickname to the next victim The Dealer wants Dylan to find out who he is because serial killers want to get caught CreeeeepyThis book was really solid because I had no idea who the serial killer was until the revealed it and that is a sign of a good t it was a uick read I felt like the authors had one speed driving on a straight flat desert road A little disappointing specially coming from James Patterson I think it s time to slow down his speed of writing focus on uality not uantit. Any the city has Sleepless (Bird of Stone, ever seen Only someone with Dylan'sxpertise can hope to go inside the mind of a criminal and convince The Dealer to lay down his cards But after thinking like a criminal could Dylan become oneA heart pounding novel of suspense shocking than any tabloid true crime story Murder Games introduces the next unforgettable character from the imagination of James Patterson the world's #1 bestselling autho. .
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and Howard Roughan have a wonderful standalone piece to ntertain readers Dr Dylan Reinhart hasHoward Roughan have created a wonderful standalone piece to ntertain readers Dr Dylan Reinhart has well for himself an Invisible (The Curse of Avalon established Professor of Psychology at Yale happy in his long term relationship and a popular textbook on Abnormal Psychology that has received many accolades When he is approached by NYPD Detective Elizabeth Needham her message is as ominous as they come Someone may be trying to kill you Soon Needham and Reinhart are teaming up to crack open a homicide investigation with a serial killer who uses playing cards to hint at their next victim Deemed The Dealer Needham and Reinhart must try to remain one step ahead of the killer whose obsession with Reinhart is uite apparent In the background a power hungry Mayor of New York City are there other kinds demands updates as he delves deeper into Reinhart s past while a crime beat journalist relishes all the headlines the case seems to be garnering The reader soon learns that Reinhart has a secret that he has been keeping fromveryone perhaps one reason he has been tapped by The Dealer Juggling the case and some developments in his personal life Reinhart must find a balance before he becomes a victim himself As The Dealer ups the ante Needham must rely on this man she barely Knows To Keep Her to keep her going bust Patterson and Roughan have a firm grip on his story and keep the reader connected throughout Fast paced and perfect for a short beach read. The life Dr Dylan Reinhart saves may be his ownDr Dylan Reinhart wrote the book on criminal behavior Literally he's a renowned bestselling Ivy League xpert on the subject When a copy of his book turns up at a gruesome murder scene along with a threatening message from the killer it looks like someone has been taking notesElizabeth Needham is the headstrong and brilliant NYPD Detective in charge of the case who recr. .
This novel shows that Patterson still has some good work to offerMany know of my lovehate relationship with James Patterson in recent years The man has amassed much of his wealth with less than stellar pieces However when paired with the proper collaborator and using the perfect literary recipe a decent book merges Roughan seems to have brought out some GREAT IDEAS AS THEY CRAFT THIS DECENT THRILLER THAT ideas as they craft this decent thriller that another NYPD cat and mouse game with an intelligent serial killer that has much to prove The characters are varied and well developed though there are many whose presence is used only to be a uick victim in the larger narrative The Reinhart Needham connection is decent though not uniue from other Patterson novels where a cop and civilian find themselves intertwined during the story arc The story is paced well and the use of Patterson s short chapter techniue keeps the narrative clipping along with ase While not psychologically stunning the story is decent and it keeps the reader s attention Sure to laud some praise on Roughan and give Patterson another pat on the back this book has all the lements of a decent summer novelKudos Messrs Patterson and Roughan for a great piece of work that will bring readers back again I hope to see collaborative Deep Listening efforts in the near future as you two have a symbiosis that cannot be taken for granted when Patterson s name appears on the dust jacketLikehate the review Anver growing collection of others appears at. Uits Dylan to help investigate another souvenir left at the scene a playing card Another murder another card and now Dylan suspects that the cards aren't a signature they're a deadly hint pointing directly toward the next victim As tabloid headlines about the killer known as The Dealer scream from newstands New York City descends into panic With the cops at a loss it's up to Dylan to hunt down a serial killer unlike. ,