Jack and Jill
by James Patterson

DC and detective Alex Cross have to cope with two sets of serial killings simultaneously. One set involves celebrity victims. The other set involves children from the elementary school that Alex’s son attends. One of Patterson's best novels. A real page turner. I read it in one day.

Year Read: 2007


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