Avalanche by James Patterson

Avalanche

Professor Monroe, did you kill your wife?Professor Robert Monroe's wife has vanished from their 5-star hotel in Gstaad, and no one saw a thing. Was she kidnapped? Or did she run off with the handsome Italian she and Robert partied with the night before?...

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Avalanche Reviews

  • Christine D
    I'm surprising myself and giving this four stars. This had a lot of twists and turns and action and kept me entertained. So I actually enjoyed it :xWhat helped, was the characters were well done along with a twisty turning plot line of suspense....
  • Mary Lou Webb
    Fast paced and action packedGood, action packed story that moved at a good clip. Likable protagonist and a cast of varied and interesting supporting make this a pleasurable read. I loved the way the main character was drawn into the part of hero. The ending is a nice twist and satisfying.The only bi...
  • Wendy
    AvalancheThis was a bit chaotic at first with all the different characters but once you sort through them all it comes together fairly well. It was a mess at first but finally gets to the point. It reminds me of a book that could lead to many other stories or series. Lots of characters that could le...
  • Louise Sardo
    Enjoyed thoroughly....
  • Rochelle Passarelli
    First time I bought a Bookshot....waste of money.....hope this great author doesn't neglect writing his "real" books. It would be a real loss....
  • Denise K. Carriera
    Book ReviewIt was a great book and I would recommend it to anyone who loves James Patterson's books. Again it was a great book....
  • Julie
    Bookshots are great, quick reads for a sit-down. This is fast-paced and complicated. Love them....
  • Mr Kenneth L Mullen
    Another great short readNot what I expected when I saw the title but it turned into a great tale with quite a few twists and turns. Keep the coming?...
  • Matt
    Espionage is always something that BookShots help make even more intense, with the quick changes in the narrative and only a short time to develop the plot. James Patterson works with David Inglish (a relatively new face, to my knowledge, in the BookShot family) on this piece of espionage that occur...

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