Una coppia uccisa nella sauna di un resort ai Caraibi. Un’altra coppia brutalmente assassinata poco prima di salire su un aereo per Roma. E poi un’altra ancora… Non può essere un caso: qualcuno sta prendendo di mira giovani sposi in luna di miele. L’agente dell’FBI John O’Hara sta combattendo la sua battaglia contro i fantasmi del passato, e l'ultima cosa di cui avrebbe bisogno è un'altra indagine. Ma la crudeltà del killer non può lasciarlo indifferente…
L'agente speciale Sarah Brubaker non riesce a crederci: ha appena avuto l'incarico di indagare sulla morte di un certo John O'Hara quando, dall'altra parte del Paese, viene ucciso un uomo con lo stesso nome. Poi un terzo. E c'è qualcuno molto caro al presidente degli Stati Uniti che si chiama… sì, John O'Hara.
Due casi inquietanti. Due poliziotti disposti a infrangere le regole pur di risolverli. Ma cosa unisce queste due linee di sangue? E, soprattutto, perché?
- ISBN: 8867026038
- Casa Editrice: Tre60
- Pagine: 368
This is one of Patterson's good ones - a real page turner. I had to stay up late to finish it because there really was nowhere that I felt I could stop and put it down. I like the way he (and/or his co-author) write short, choppy chapters which always finish with a question or doubt, making it essen Leggi tutto
This one ended up being very good! I enjoyed both the crime plots, especially the new honeymoon killer crime plot aspect while having another crime plot to pick up on the older honeymoon killing plot in a new way. I find John’s character to be an amusing screwup! I really enjoyed this one. My quick Leggi tutto
A quick-read. I guess I'd have loved this book 7 years ago, but now it just reminds me of hundreds thrillers that I've read before. The story wasn't bad but it didn't stood out either. It's worth to read if you are looking for any book, but don't expect it to be world-changing.
If you haven't read Honeymoon by James Patterson and Howard Roughan, you definitely should, and before you read its sequel Second Honeymoon. Though Second Honeymoon is a quick, fun beach read, Honeymoon was better. But, if you can suspend reality for a little while, you will get lost in this fast-mo Leggi tutto
Patterson entertains the reader with a return to his former style; strong characters and a decent storyline. Newlyweds are murdered while on honeymoon, with little explanation no known connection to one another. Meanwhile, victims sharing the same name end up dead all across America, again with no r Leggi tutto
I didn't realize this book was a sequel until I was a third of the way through it. Maybe reading the books in order would have helped, but I'm guessing it wouldn't. The chapters are 2-3 pages each-- classic Patterson-- so the story moves really fast. This is the first book where the short chapters r Leggi tutto
Okay...I love books by James Patterson so I was thrilled to begin this new book by him. That opinion changed though. After reading 153 pages or so of the book (it was on my iPad) I thought to myself, how do all these different plots add up and how are they related? Each chapter began with new charac Leggi tutto
Second Honeymoon has got to be one of Patterson & Company's better books in some time. ***Spoiler Alert*** From the start it had me hooked. While a Patterson book almost always has suspence and page turning action, this one was over the top! I have to stop and think about the killers that were c
I am absolutely thrilled when I feel like one of Patterson's books are "old school". This book was no exception. I enjoyed every minute of it and time flew by as I read it. This is the story of the John O'Hara killers intermixed with honeymooners on their way or on their honeymoon being killed. There Leggi tutto
Another fast paced novel off the James Patterson production line. Maybe its time for me to give his novels a rest as I appear to find them far too predictable and familiar.
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