Big Bad Wolf
by James Patterson

The Wolf is a mysterious character thought to be the boss of the Russian Mafia in the USA. The plot involves kidnapping people and selling them for 6 figures as sex slaves. The Wolf is a buyer as well as the primary supplier. For no good reason four of the key figures involved have a private chat room on the Internet, which leads the FBI and Alex Cross to them. Action takes place in DC, Brooklyn, Long Island, and NYC. Another good page turner. Patterson contrasts Cross’ sentimentality with the amorality of the Wolf. Cross’ son is taken from him by Christine.

Year Read: 2007


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