Thursday, May 26, 2016

Private Paris by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

Private Paris by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan, 540 pages

I believe this is the tenth book in the Private series.  I have read all of the books in the series, and I have to say Private Paris was probably my least favorite.  Maybe, I felt it hit to close to reality with the recent attacks on Paris. In Private Paris, Jack Morgan, founder of Private, has to track down the granddaughter of one of his clients.  The granddaughter is on the run from drug dealers.  Meanwhile, Jack has to find who is murdering the cultured elite of Paris.  Graffiti found throughout the city links the murders to rising religious and ethnic tensions.

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