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I, Alex Cross

64.3% complete
2009
Unknown
Never (or unknown...)
See 12
Prologue - Fire and Water
Chapters 1-3
Prt One - Firestorm
Chapters 1-27
Part Two - Fire with Fire
Chapters 28-46
Part Three - With or Without You
Chapters 47-77
Part Four - Burning Down the House
Chapters 78-114
Epilogue - Phoenix Rising
Chapters 115-117
Book Cover
Has a genre In a series 
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Copyright © 2009 by James Patterson
For Judy Torres
Hannah Willis was a second-year law student at Virginia, and everything that lay ahead of her seemed bright and promising - except, of course, that she was about to die in these dark, gloomy, dismal woods.
May contain spoilers
And Alex here's to fun.
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Added: 24-Jul-2023
Last Updated: 13-Dec-2023

Publications

 01-Oct-2010
Hachette Audio
Book on CD
Has a cover imageBook Edition Cover
Date Issued:
Cir 01-Oct-2010
Format:
Book on CD
Catalog ID:
CB974
Internal ID:
33401
Publisher:
ISBN:
Unknown
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Credits:
Tim Cain  - Narration
Michael Cerveris  - Narration
Will Lee  - Cover Artist
I, ALEX CROSS
by James Patterson


New York Times best-selling author James Patterson presents his latest action-packed spine-tingling Alex Cross novel.

A family celebration comes to a sudden end when Detective Alex Cross is pulled aside and told his beloved niece has been brutally murdered.  Cross vows to track down her killer, but the investigation brings him and his girlfriend, Detective Brianna Stone, into the wildest scenes in Washington and up against some very powerful and extremely dangerous people.
Cover:
Book Cover
Notes and Comments:
6 CDs

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Author(s)

James Patterson  
Birth: 22 Mar 1947 Newburgh, New York, USA

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