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    One of his best.

    It is nice to get back to Real Patterson! His Cross novels are what makes him great! This is one of his best. Filled with twists and turns and keeps you hating to put the book down. "Cross Justice " is Patterson at his best. Many readers are tired of so many co-authored books which often are poor at best. This is the real thing. Don't pass it by!
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    James Patterson

    The best Cross book yet!!! Had me in suspence from beginning to end. I didn,t even see the end coming. A must read five + stars.
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    Pure James Patterson and Alex Cross

    Having been a follower of the Alex Cross series since the beginning, book # 23, this is the book which reveals the early years of Alex and details on his family that even Alex and NanaMama didn't know. When Alex's cousin, Stefan Tate, is charged with the brutal rape and murder of his student, Rashawn Turnbull, Alex packs up his family and returns to his his birthplace of Starskville N. Carolina. Just driving into town is unsettling and Alex finds a floodgate of memories blindsiding him. Alex's extended family reveal the truth of his traumatic childhood while Alex & Bree discover corruption in the town's police and judicial departments as well as the source of illegal drugs. A series of suicides of socialites in Palm Beach FL are actually murders committed by a cross-dressing man. How Alex ends up involved in solving the case is typical of James Patterson's ability to weave plots into a solid story.
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    Cross Justice

    A happy ending with a bit of plausibility to the story. And of course, a bit of reality when it comes to past and current race relations in that part of the country.
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    Cross justice

    Didn't want to put it down. Another great read. James Patterson just never disappoints his readers!!!
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