Il «Club di mezzanotte», una misteriosa organizzazione criminale di individui senza volto e senza scrupoli, gente che ha soldi e potere a sufficienza per arrivare dove vuole, quando vuole: finanzieri, imprenditori, politici e militari. John Stefanovitch lo sa bene: il tenente della polizia di New York infatti ha pagato un prezzo altissimo nel tentativo di fermare uno dei più pericolosi membri dell'organizzazione, lo spietato Alexandre St. Germain, il «Danzatore della morte». Ora John non ha più nulla da perdere e attende soltanto l'occasione per vendicarsi. E quando incontra Sarah McGinnis, una brillante giornalista che da anni indaga sul Club, capisce che il momento è giunto: il momento di andare sino in fondo...
- ISBN: 885025041X
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 320
- Data di uscita: 14-06-2018
This was a book published in 1989, it mentioned meetings in the World Trade Center. It evoked memories of the tragic destruction that everyone remembers. The story itself was typical Patterson magic. Not many details just Stef, a quirky cop who is out to catch the evil Grave Dancer. There is fast pa Leggi tutto
The story is ridiculous and very melodramatic. A paralyzed detective hunts a mastermind sadistic psychopath who heads an international criminal empire called the midnight club. I found the characters all too perfect and unbelievable. I suppose it was one of his early efforts and he was learning his
First published in 1989, I somehow missed reading The Midnight Club by James Patterson, not to be confused with his series the Women's Murder Club. The protagonist in The Midnight Club is John Stefanovitch, a New York cop confined to a wheelchair after being shot and left for dead by the Grave Dancer Leggi tutto
In which Mr. Patterson tells a story about mafia and though it's better than the previous initial books it's still not that good I certainly liked it better than the first two books. People who don't read generally ask me my reasons for reading. Simply put I just love reading and so to that end I hav Leggi tutto
Very exciting! I always enjoy books like this that have action and suspense on almost every page. James Patterson is a master of adding unexpected twists and turns to his stories and "The Midnight Club" doesn't disappoint in this regard.
It was okay.
Not as exciting as other James Patterson thrillers I've read even with the usual short and snappy chapters. One side of me thinks I should give it the benefit of the doubt as it is one of his early works. The more cynical side thinks that he needed the support of ghost writers co-writers to make it
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