I took a break from reading James Patterson because his books were becoming too redundant. I am a huge fan of his Alex Cross and his Women’s Murder Club series and have read every one of them as they come out. I have each of the series in hardcover in my library. After reading so many of them I had to take a break. It has been years since I read the last Patterson book.
I happened to be talking to one of my customers, at work, and she was telling me how she was in bed all weekend reading. I asked her what she was reading. It was another James Patterson book. She went on to tell me about how much she really enjoyed reading The Beach House and she really thought I would enjoy reading it. She went home and came back with it later the same day (I have some of the best customers).
I started reading this book yesterday and I just finished it. It was really good. I am going to attribute it to his partnering with Peter De Jonge to make this a little different from his series of books. It still had the same elements of short cliffhanger chapters but they were not as bad. The story was good. I am glad I gave it a try. There are two more books my customer brought me, I won’t be rushing to read them next, but I will make sure I read them in the next week or so.
Jack Mullen is a driven student of the law. His brother Peter is a servant of the rich, parking the cars of the Hamptons’ elite-and perhaps satisfying their more intimate needs as well. Then Peter’s body is found on the beach. Jack knows the drowning was no accident, but someone’s unlimited power and money have bought the cops, the judges, the system. Now Jack is learning a lesson in justice he never got in law school- and his astonishing plan to beat the billionaires will have you reeling-and cheering-to the very last page.
Paperback (mass market)
Grand Central Publishing