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by James Patterson

ISBN: 1435291034
ISBN13: 978-1435291034
Language: English
Publisher: Paw Prints 2008-05-29; Reprint edition (May 29, 2008)
Category: Mystery
Subategory: Thriller

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James Patterson's, The Big Bad Wolf is a winner. Once you begin reading this fine novel, you have difficulty in putting it down.

James Patterson's, The Big Bad Wolf is a winner. Alex also finds himself in a bind when his x-girl friend shows up with her attorney, for she wants custody in their son! She was once the principal where Alex's children attend school. Now she has moved to Seattle, WA. Alex's other lady, an San Francisco homicide detective, gives Alex comfort. Alex is with the FBI and is in training classes while also working on assignments

The Big Bad Wolf book. The Big Bad I haphazardly discovered Patterson's, Alex Cross, when I grabbed a worn paperback, Violets Are Blue, off of an overstock rack in a used bookstore.

The Big Bad Wolf book. I had no idea that I had chosen a book that was the 7th in a series of at least 17. After devouring my first Patterson novel, and falling head over heels in love with John Sampson, Cross' best friend and partner, as well as becoming quite smitten with Cross, I knew that I needed to start at Alex's beginning and go through the entire series.

The Big Bad Wolf, . Part of Alex Cross series by James Patterson. THERE WAS AN IMPROBABLE MURDER STORY told about the Wolf that had made its way into police lore and then spread quickly from Washington to New York to London and to Moscow

The Big Bad Wolf, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26. The Big Bad Wolf. THERE WAS AN IMPROBABLE MURDER STORY told about the Wolf that had made its way into police lore and then spread quickly from Washington to New York to London and to Moscow. No one knew if it was actually the Wolf. But it was never officially disproved, and it was consistent with other outrageous incidents in the Russian gangster’s life. According to the story, the Wolf had gone to the high-security supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, on a Sunday night in early summer.

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Patterson's Alex Cross series, including .

Patterson's Alex Cross series, including Along Came a Spider and Kiss the Girls, is the top selling US detective series in the last twelve years. The next bestselling detective series also belongs to Patterson ' the Women's Murder Club series, including,1st to Die, 2nd Chance, and 3rd Degree, and 4th of July. James Patterson's Women's Murder Club book series became a new television series for ABC in October, 2007. He won the BCA Mystery Guild's Thriller of the Year award for The Big Bad Wolf in 2003, and his first attempt at a novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, won the Edgar Award for Best First Mystery, the most prestigious mystery award there is, in 1976.

THERE WAS AN IMPROBABLE MURDER STORY told about the Wolf that had made its way into police lore and then spread quickly from Washington to New York to London and to Moscow. But it was never officially disproved, and it was consistent with other outrageous incidents in the Russian gangster's life. According to the story, the Wolf had gone to the highsecurity supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, on a Sunday night in early summer.

James Patterson The Big Bad Wolf Prologue THE GODFATHERS THERE WAS AN IMPROBABLE MURDER STORY told about the Wolf that had made its way into police . Читать онлайн The Big Bad Wolf.

James Patterson The Big Bad Wolf Prologue THE GODFATHERS THERE WAS AN IMPROBABLE MURDER STORY told about the Wolf that had made its way into police lore and then spread quickly from Washington to New York to London and to Moscow. According to the story, the Wolf.

The Big Bad Wolf A NOVEL BY James Patterson LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY BOSTON NEW YORK LONDON. The characters and events in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author

The Big Bad Wolf is the ninth novel in the Alex Cross series written by James Patterson and was published in November 2003. The novel was the seventh best-selling novel in 2004.

The Big Bad Wolf is the ninth novel in the Alex Cross series written by James Patterson and was published in November 2003. Alex Cross is a trained forensic psychiatrist and former Washington . homicide detective The Big Bad Wolf is the first novel in the series to feature him in his new role as an FBI agent.

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Uylo
A former KGB agent, so good he at being invisible, has set up an organization catering to rich kidnapping very specific individuals per the clients request,s.The client is willing to purchase a specific person and the organization provides the purchase.
People are being kidnapped across the country.
Alex Cross, now working for the FBI cris-crosses the country chasing suspects,gathering evidence and psychological information on the head of the organization.
After breaks in the case are developed and followed and eventually arrested. It turns out that he is another ploy the mastermind has created and the incidents are becoming an international event.

Another well written novel by this author, that is detailed, procedurally correct , and keeps the readers attention to the point of not wanting to put the book down.

Marelyne
James Patterson's, The Big Bad Wolf is a winner. Once you begin reading this fine novel, you have difficulty in putting it down. Alex also finds himself in a bind when his x-girl friend shows up with her attorney, for she wants custody in their son! She was once the principal where Alex's children attend school. Now she has moved to Seattle, WA. Alex's other lady, an San Francisco homicide detective, gives Alex comfort. Alex is with the FBI and is in training classes while also working on assignments. Needless to say, Alex is traveling up and down the east coast trying to find the Wolf. It seems the Wolf is always one step ahead of law enforcement. FBI is joined by the CIA to try and find him. Or is it a "her?" Read it and enjoy! DP, Castro Valley, CA. Rated R. Violence! Very descriptive bloody scenes. Strong language.

Kalrajas
Another Alex Cross book, and this one keeps you glued to the pages. It's a terrifying trail of kidnapped bodies that were bought for dark, dark pleasures. And this is Cross's first case at the FBI when he is still supposed to be in training. He's trying to figure out his place, this case, and keep his family together. I enjoyed this story, as I am enjoying every Cross book. Cross feels and acts like a real person, and maybe that's why I can relate to his story. It's not just about the case, but the thoughts and feelings, and the ability of profiling that keeps me reading Patterson's work on Cross (among his other stories).

Nawenadet
I picked this book up for a readers' advisory class, so I'll keep my review along those lines. This is an Alex Cross novel, definitely not the first, though. Alex Cross is entering the FBI academy after years in the Washington D.C. police department. The novel is long, but each chapter is about 3 or so pages, and the author doesn't waste any time on description. It's all action, which keeps the book moving at a fast pace but sacrifices a feeling of depth - there's really no time to get to know the characters, or really to build up the suspense and thrill of a longer chase. Still, it's an exciting storyline and has some "slice-of-life" moments where you get to see the main character's family life a little bit. I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a fast-paced thriller, a quick read, a book about solving crime, catching the bad guy, kidnappings and action. I will say, the novel ends on a cliffhanger, so be prepared for an unsatisfying ending.

Otrytrerl
I swear, what happened to James Patterson?! He just took a beloved series and turned it into something else. He was nearly on the right course of the "Four Blind Mice" putting it back on track. But this one just throws right back off.

Okay, positives. I do like that Alex is a FBI agent now. It opens the door for new challenges and new tougher villains for him to take on. But sadly, it doesn't happen (which we will get to later on in the negatives). I really love that we get more of Kayla Coles from the previous novel. I'm just loving that character. And I will admit, the Mastermind cameos are pretty memorable.

But the negatives are just way to high for me to like this novel. The villain is no good and the fact that Alex is taking on criminal organizations that the CIA or even James Bond would handle just doesn't fit the universe of the series. We could have seen Alex face off against new kinds of criminals that are worse and see him go through some life changing decisions. Christine Johnson returns in this novel and how she returns just freaking ticks me off. This is not the Christine I remember from the past novels before "Roses Are Red". In fact, I'm starting to hate her character now. I still can't get into Alex and Jamilla's romance. Even the ending when they say "I love you" to each other, I don't believe it for one second. I still like Jamilla as a character, but I seriously don't like the romance.

This has got to be the dark ages for Alex Cross. I mean it! "Cat & Mouse" was the early stages of it. "Roses Are Red" and "Violets Are Blue" officially made it happen. And now we have "The Big Bad Wolf" keeping it that way.

Kabandis
Alex is now with the FBI. A group is kidnapping women and men for money. They determine the person running this calls himself The Wolf. They don’t know what he looks like, but believe he’s from Russia. When they finally think they’ve arrrsted him. They haven’t. Book ten in the Alex Cross series Alex is still looking for The Wolf and a former nemesis The Weasel shows up.

Mildorah
I can't believe it, I was passionately reading along thinking that I had about another 45 minutes left in the book and boom, it was over. Makes you want to scream, but then the neighbors would be wondering what was going on. It also makes me anxious to buy the next one and tear in to it, which is exactly what I am going to do. Great book..again!

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