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Mistress - James Patterson & David Ellis

Mistress

Author James Patterson & David Ellis

  • Published: 2013-08-05
  • Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
3.5 Stars
3.5
From 21 Customers Review
Price: $12.99

Description

James Patterson's scariest, sexiest stand-alone thriller since The Quickie. Ben isn't like most people. Unable to control his racing thoughts, he's a man consumed by his obsessions: movies, motorcycles, presidential trivia-and Diana Hotchkiss, a beautiful woman Ben knows he can never have.

When Diana is found dead outside her apartment, Ben's infatuation drives him on a hunt to find out what happened to the love of his life.

Ben soon discovers that the woman he pined for was hiding a shocking double life. And now someone is out to stop Ben from uncovering the truth about Diana's illicit affairs.

In his most heart-pumping thriller yet, James Patterson plunges us into the depths of a mind tortured by paranoia and obsession, on an action-packed chase through a world of danger and deceit.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Not Right!

    2
    From Loving Life Carolina
    J.P.'s name may be on this book, but there is no way this is his story. The movie/tv references throughout this story is maddening and amount to just filler verbal vomit. This book is just not even close to the quality and expectations that are usually associated with James Patterson's name. As a loyal and avid reader of all things James Patterson, I hate to say it, but I feel deceived and cheated by this purchase. Mr. Patterson, if your hearts not in it, please quit "co writing" and lending your name to lesser authors. You may think doing this helps other lesser known writers, and it may, but it is also helping people like me start to doubt whether I want to invest my time, money or energy in your future books.
  • MISTRESS

    1
    From Helpits2013
    This book was NOT written by Patterson. Can't believe he allowed his name on this book. All the ridiculous mentions to old movies, old tv shows old books etc, makes you realize that the current writer of this book just needed to fill up space. I did not start enjoying this book till about chapter 99.