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Violets Are Blue

An Alex Cross Thriller

by James Patterson

Violets Are Blue by James Patterson X
Violets Are Blue by James Patterson
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  • First Published:
    Nov 2001, 400 pages
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    Sep 2002, 416 pages

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melace112

Enjoyable, but not like roses are red
This was great, but I am a little let down when I compare it to roses are red. This was a little gorey for me and also a bit tedious with detail. Just took too long for Alex to figure out who did it, especially since we have known the criminal since roses are red. Still liked it a lot and want to read more by patterson.


The prolific Patterson is back with another Alex Cross novel, in which he finally confronts 'The Mastermind' and enters the netherworld of vampires. Although most media reviewers feel that this isn't Patterson's best, the short snappy chapters will undoubtedly keep you on your toes. Read the first 15 chapters and decide by yourself - just click on the 'excerpt' link above.
--- Davina, BookBrowse.com
Suzi

James Patterson is too straightforward. The book was dull but if your into the genre you may like it.
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