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Categories: Best Sellers, Crime and Thriller, Literature and Fiction,
ISBN: 9780007857982
Author: James patterson
Publisher: Harpercollins publishers, ltd. (london)
Cover: Paperback
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It was the trial that electrified the world. Not only because of the defendant, Maggie Bradford, the woman whose songs captivated the worlds heart. Not only because of the victim, Will Shepard, the worlds most glamorous athlete. But also because everyone said Maggie had murdered not just one husband, but two. And because in Maggies world - the world she feared and despi It was the trial that electrified the world. Not only because of the defendant, Maggie Bradford, the woman whose songs captivated the worlds heart. Not only because of the victim, Will Shepard, the worlds most glamorous athlete. But also because everyone said Maggie had murdered not just one husband, but two. And because in Maggies world - the world she feared and despised but could not escape, the world of the powerful, the rich, and the ruthless - both death and life could never be what they seemed. From James Patterson, bestselling author of Kiss the Girls and Along Came A Spider , comes his most brilliantly realized thriller, a story that will shatter your expectations...and hold every last one of your nerves in thrall, with each twist of the plot and every turn of the page. If Thomas Harriss psycho-thrillers are the creme de la creme of the genre, then Pattersons ( Kiss the Girls; Along Came a Spider ) are the skimmed milk fluid, but low in substance. In his new novel, the author again lays down a narrative line so gripping an effect achieved partly through a plethora of one-sentence paragraphs, a la Sidney Sheldon - that the reader may not notice, or care, that characterization and originality have fallen by the wayside. Publishers Weekly