- Publication Date:
- 18 August 2011
- Thriller and Suspense
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I've read almost everything James Patterson has written, have waited in line at a bookstore to meet him, and have counted the days for his new books to arrive. I consider myself one of his biggest fans even though I have written favorable reviews and not so favorable reviews of his books.The Postcard Killers is a "home run!" This book had everything--a great plot, good pacing of action, interesting characters, and romance. I LOVED IT! I haven't been too impressed with some of Patterson's more recent works (Sorry, James), but with this book you have redeemed yourself.
Really enjoyed this book.
This novel by Patterson made quite an action packed audiobook for me. There are multiple narrators telling us this disturbing story including Erik Singer, Katherine Kellgren, and Reg Rogers. Jacob Kanon takes it upon himself to track down these killers all over the globe after they claim his daughter as one of their victims. Jacob finds that he needs to enlist the assistance of Dessie, a foreign reporter. After they spend time together on this quest for justice a relationship does bloom and she helps him to recover from the loss of his daughter. After thoroughly investigating several crime scenes they conclude that the killers seem to be trying to duplicate famous works of art. After making this realization they are led to the killers who happen to be a brother/sister team with a very disturbing relationship.Jacob and Dessie are confident that all is safe after the Rudolph's are locked away, but before too long another murder takes place. Senior officials decide that a mistake has been made with the arrest and allow the Rudolph's to go free. This will lead our investigators to find that this crime spree is much larger than just the two individuals that were suspected and they must figure out how to put a stop to it.I did enjoy this audiobook and as I said earlier it was definitely action packed. There were plenty of sound effects, especially at the end that had me jumping in my seat. If you are a Patterson fan, you probably won't want to miss this novel.
Quick but exciting read. Patterson books keep you reading with the short chapters. This one is a good thriller and makes a good summer read.
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