Death of the Black Widow By James Patterson
Book/Novel Author: James Patterson
Book/Novel Title: Death of the Black Widow
She destroys the men she loves—and escapes every time. The most dangerous killer James Patterson has ever created is also his most seductive. On his first night with Detroit PD, Officer Walter O’Brien is called to a murder scene. A terrified twenty-year-old has bludgeoned her kidnapper with skill that shocks even O’Brien’s veteran partner. The young woman is also a brilliant escape artist. Her bold flight from police custody makes the case impossible to solve—and, for Walter, even more impossible to forget. By the time Walter’s promoted to detective, his fascination with the missing, gray-eyed woman is approaching obsession. And when Walter discovers that he’s not alone in his search, one truth is certain. This deadly string of secrets didn’t begin in his home city—but he’s going to make sure it ends there.
I loved this book. Read a lot of good stuff that reminds me of way early Patterson and J.D. Barker from his novels.
Not worth the time it was the lamest book i have tried to read since my teen years don’t waste you time!
I do not recommend this book unless you are into science fiction. One of the worst books published in his name.
This is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It was. Completely different from either Patterson books. I love reading the Patterson boojs.
Far too out there for me. However, I am don’t doubt the fact there may be some truth, also. Just not my cup of tea.
This book is extremely intriguing. Patterson, as usual, takes his approach on twists and turns on murder and investigators. Where it takes a fascinating left turn is he deals with the ultimate antagonist … science fiction! A must read in my opinion.