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1st To Die

by James Patterson

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1st To Die by James Patterson
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2001, 432 pages

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    Feb 2002, 480 pages

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marjie

DA BEST BOOK EVA. It made me cry when <> . JAMES PATTERSON U ROCK!!!!!
Donna

Incredible!!! I could not put it down...
Sherene

I couldnt stop reading it. i havent finished it...so, Ill be back with my end review when I finish
Ashley

this is book is great. it takes you on a journey through solving a crime through the female version. women coming togther from different professions putting all of their strings together to solve a gruesome case. what could be better?!!
Chris Ayala

This is an excellent book. This book keeps you on your toes. You will Never put it down.
Bernie

BRILLIANT!!!

I would recommend all Pattersons books...keep it up!

Can't wait to read 2nd Chance.
SAndra Morales

I believe this is a pretty good book. You shouldn't make conclucions

about people you dont know about. The author takes you step by step in order for you to understand it.

I give it a two tumbs up!
darkdevil

the story was thrilling and never let up for a moment. the new characters are a refreshing mix from patterson bringing female qualities to an electric conclusion. well worth the read. one of pattersons finest!

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