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Tick Tock - James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge

Tick Tock

Author James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge

  • Published: 2011-01-24
  • Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
4 Stars
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From 54 Customers Review
Price: $12.99

Description

NYC's #1 detective, Michael Bennett, has a huge problem--the Son of Sam, the Werewolf of Wisteria and the Mad Bomber are all back. The city has never been more terrified!

Tick--a killer's countdown begins

A rash of horrifying crimes tears through the city, throwing it into complete chaos and terrorizing everyone living there. Immediately, it becomes clear that they are not the work of an amateur, but of a calculating, efficient, and deadly mastermind.

Tick--Michael Bennett is on the chase

The city calls on Detective Michael Bennett, pulling him away from a seaside retreat with his ten adopted children, his grandfather, and their beloved nanny, Mary Catherine. Not only does it tear apart their vacation, it leaves the entire family open to attack.

Tock--your time is up

Bennett enlists the help of a former colleague, FBI Agent Emily Parker. As his affection for Emily grows into something stronger, his relationship with Mary Catherine takes an unexpected turn. All too soon, another appalling crime leads Bennett to a shocking discovery that exposes the killer's pattern and the earth-shattering enormity of his plan. From the creator of the #1 New York detective series comes the most volatile and most explosive Michael Bennett novel ever.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Tick tock

    5
    From Saaransh
    This book is a must have thriller! You should really purchase it.
  • Great read

    5
    From jamie lewis
    Keeps you turning the pages!!!
  • All

    3
    From Annbut
    Every single one of James Patterson's books keeps me intrigued the whole way through. Awesome writer.
  • Love it!

    4
    From Tlhoo4
    It's awesome! Buy it!
  • A sensational Piece of work!

    5
    From Papa Chimere Diop
    This remarkable thriller definitely rivals with Dan Brown's the lost symbol in it's ability to make the reader a part of the story. Very well written.