Review of Private LA: Private #7 – James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

Posted: March 15, 2015 in action, adventure, Review
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private LA 7

Jack Morgan is the head of the LA branch of the Private security business and his week is not going well.   As well as a client calling to report the burnt bodies of four surfers on his beach, his twin brother is trying to frame him for the murder of Jack’s ex-girlfriend.

Private is hired to locate a missing Hollywood family, known for their philanthropy and good works. The superstar golden couple have disappeared without a trace along with their three adopted children.

A group called No Prisoners is holding Los Angeles hostage; randomly killing innocent civilians and making ransom demands. Local law enforcement need help so call Private in…

There are two main storylines and various subplots so you have to pay attention but the short chapters help. The action moves at a breathtaking speed and is well-constructed and very enjoyable, holding your interest effortlessly.

I’m looking forward to reading more Private books.

Century

Supplied by Penguin Random House New Zealand

Reviewed by Jan

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