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Monday, August 7, 2017

Review: Private Vegas - James Patterson and Maxine Paetro


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Private Vegas: (Private 9)Review: Private Vegas - Book #9 Private Series - James Patterson and Maxine Paetro - January 2015
I often find the Private series touch and go as with the majority of the books written by James Patterson; it does depend on who his co-author is to how good the book is and whether I would enjoy it. As Private Vegas was written with Maxine Paetro, I knew I would like it as I am a fan of her Women's Murder Club series she also co-authors with James Patterson. We are back with Jack Morgan in the Las Vegas office, and like the previous books, people are still out to get Jack and bring his company Private Investigations down. One of his close mates and work partners is currently on trial for Murder, a crime he is being framed for and with his temper - he keeps looking guilty by the hour. Another of Jack's cars have been bombed which I have to admit is go-to in most crime novels and looks like this incident is tied to many others around the city and also includes one murder charge as one of their most recent bombings had someone sleeping in their car. We have a taste of Diplomatic Immunity as two scumbags end up getting away with rape but look like their time is coming to an end especially when their latest rape victim turns up dead. What's a Private novel without Jack's evil twin brother Tommy showing up, though in this case, it might come in handy as Jack may be able to assume his brother's identity to save his friend from prison?  For anyone who is a fan of James Patterson, Private Vegas was another fast-paced novel that keeps readers on the edge of their seats with suspense as the pages turn and the storyline develops.



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