Sunday, January 24, 2016

MT Review: Cross Justice

I've finished "Cross Justice" the 23rd book in Alex Cross series by James Patterson.

Product Description

The toughest cases hit closest to home.

Alex Cross left his hometown, and some awful family tragedies, for a better life with Nana Mama in Washington, DC. He hasn't looked back.

Now his cousin Stefan has been accused of a horrible, unthinkable murder, and Cross drives south with Bree, Nana Mama, Jannie, and Ali to Starksville, North Carolina, for the first time in thirty-five years. Back home, he discovers a once proud community down on its luck, and local residents who don't welcome him with open arms. As Cross steps into his family home, the horrors of his childhood flood back -- and he learns that they're not really over. He brings all his skill to finding out the truth about his cousin's case. But truth is hard to come by in a town where no one feels safe to speak.

Chasing his ghosts takes Cross all the way down to the sugarcane fields of Florida, where he gets pulled into a case that has local cops needing his kind of expertise: a string of socialite murders with ever more grisly settings. He's chasing too many loose end -- a brutal killer, the truth about his own past, and justice for his cousin -- and any one of the answers might be fatal.

In Cross Justice, Alex Cross confronts the deadliest -- and most personal -- case of his career. It's a propulsive, edge-of-your-seat thrill ride that proves you can go home again -- but it just might kill you.

About the Author

James Patterson's books have sold more than 300 million copies, and he has had more #1 bestsellers than any other author. In addition to his novels for adults, he has also written numerous books for young readers, and with initiatives that include, he has dedicated himself to improving access to books that will keep kids reading for life. He lives in Florida with his family.

Product Details
Series: Alex Cross
Hardcover: 448 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; First Edition edition (November 23, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0316407046
ISBN-13: 978-0316407045

My Review:

Alex Cross has finally come home after 35 years to find out his gym teacher cousin Stefan Tate is in jail accused of killing and torturing his student 13 year old Rashawn Turnbull.  As he investigates further he learns his cousin was set up and their were inconsistencies of the evidence and they was a cover up and who were all involved.

He also learns more about his mother and father's death and it leads him to Florida when he finds out his father actually lived after what happened to him.

I feel so sorry for the victims and especially Rashawn because of what happened to him which was cruel and sadistic.


Thanks Hachette Book Group for sending me this book to review, greatly appreciated!

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