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1st To Die

by James Patterson

1st To Die by James Patterson
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2001, 432 pages
    Paperback:
    Feb 2002, 480 pages

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unanimous (12/02/02)

i liked the book but i really didn't like the ending or the final twist let's say ...... I really really didn't like that part I mean i was looking forward to finally a good ending.....I agree with Sue's review from april, 2002 .

Note from BookBrowse: This review has been edited to remove elements that would spoil the plot for people who have not yet read this book.
Raphael (11/21/02)

The book was okay, it did keep me intrested but i sense to much of Sue Grafton. Alot of similarities to "A Is For Alibi".
krow (09/29/02)

The book is very interesting.

Let's buy it
Chris Ayala (09/03/02)

This is an excellent book. This book keeps you on your toes. You will Never put it down.
Bernie (07/23/02)

BRILLIANT!!!

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

Can't wait to read 2nd Chance.
SAndra Morales (07/13/02)

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!
Donna (05/09/02)

Don't waste your time or money. Absolutely the worst Patterson book I've read and I have read most. Reads like a first time author with no future.
darkdevil (04/19/02)

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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