Alex Cross watched a man die at the hands of an old enemy. . . and he's back from the grave for revenge.
Alex Cross, I'm coming for you-even from the grave if I have to.
Along Came a Spider killer Gary Soneji has been dead for over ten years. Alex Cross watched him die. But today, Cross saw him gun down his partner. Is Soneji alive? A ghost? Or something even more sinister?
Nothing will prepare you for the wicked truth.
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Read all series novels, this is DEFINATELY a tease....
Can never get enough of a Great James Patterson book ! Alex Cross with one of my most famous killers. Was he really dead ?
Did Patterson forget his own stories?
As an avid Alex Cross fan, I have read every book in the series. Did Patterson forget the events that occurred in "Cat and Mouse?" In that book, Soneji kills his wife. We also find out that he has a daughter who's life he spares. We learned that Soneji is not his real name but a name he has given himself. Why then, in this book, do we read that his widow lives in New Jersey with his son, Dylan? Why does Cross go to New Jersey to talk with Gary's father, Mr. Soneji? Did James Patterson forget the story he has already written, or did another author who hasn't read all the books write "Cross Kill?" It really makes you wonder. Does Patterson think his readers are that stupid? I am highly disappointed!