Every cop wants to be part of NYPD Red. It is the elite team in New York's police department, handling the cases involving the most important and high-profile individuals in the city.
It's Detective Zach Jordan's dream job, but he's about to step into a nightmare.
In the middle of a New York film festival, a maniac begins a very public and very brutal killing spree targeting Hollywood's biggest stars.
Zach is assigned a new partner, Detective Kylie MacDonald, who is also his ex-girlfriend.
But they'll need to put their history aside to have a chance of stopping this homicidal psychopath before he brings New York City to its knees.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 496 pages
- Publisher: Cornerstone
- Publication Date: 23/05/2013
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780099576433
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Review by PIER50
A good read, romps along at a frantic pace
Review by Eyejaybee
I have read well over four thousand books since I began listing them, so it is fair to say that I have probably several that are worse than this one, though none leap to mind just at the moment.I know that James Patterson has been immensely prolific and commercially successful, selling millions of books around the world. Indeed, 'James Patterson' is now really a brand, and he tends to work with collaborators, producing a synopsis of a storyline which a co-writer will then flesh out into a complete novel. I am therefore unsure whether it it Patterson or Marshal Karp who is more to blame for this miserable excrescence of a novel.The characters are barely even two dimensional and the plots shows absolutely no shame, with no police story cliché knowingly overlooked. I am glad I read this on my Kindle as it would be an outrage for decent trees to have been sacrificed for such unrelenting pap.