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Author: James Patterson
ISBN13: 978-1455521500
Title: Alex Cross, Run
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; Reprint edition (July 30, 2013)
Pages: 432

Alex Cross, Run by James Patterson

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A paramedic lifted one of my lids to have a look. He’s nodding out, the guy said. That was the last I heard. Guidice is claiming you were on drugs-which you were, one way or the other. Also, that you attacked him for no reason. If he stuck you, Alex, nobody saw it. Oh my God. I lay back again. The full twisted reality of it all started to sink in. Huizenga wasn’t done, either.

If Alex Cross stops running, he will di. .three serial killers are on the loose, and they want revenge. Detective Alex Cross arrests renowned plastic surgeon Elijah Creem for sleeping with teenage girls. Now, his life ruined, Creem is out of jail, and he's made sure that no one will recognize him-by giving himself a new face. A young woman is found hanging from a sixth-floor window, and Alex is called to the scene. The victim recently gave birth, but the baby is nowhere to be found

in, the first two being – Worst Case and Postcard Killers. Alex Cross, a cop in the Metropolitan Police Department, is in charge of the investigations. His investigations reveal that not one but three different serial killers are on the prowl for innocent victims. The first killer, the River Killer, kills young boys; the second killer, the Barbie Killer, kills blonds; and the third killer, Russell, kills pregnant women. As Cross digs deeper into the case, he realises that one of the killers is killing for revenge and the target is he himself

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Alex Cross is the main protagonist in a long-running series of books by James Patterson. He is an African-American Police Department detective in the city of Washington, . He often chases after serial killers and other violent criminals who target him in return. This is mostly simple as that for us, not for Cross who end up losing a lot and risking even more.

Detective Alex Cross arrests renowned plastic surgeon Elijah Creem for sleeping with teenage girls. Now, his life ruined, Creem is out of jail, and he’s made sure that no one will recognize him–by giving himself a new face. With white-hot speed, relentless drama, and hairpin turns, ALEX CROSS, RUN is James Patterson’s ultimate thrill ride. Announce URL: udp://open.

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If Alex Cross stops running, he will die. . . three serial killers are on the loose, and they want revenge.
Reviews: 7
I don't know if the Alex Cross novels are considered formulaic, but I do love them. I always root for Cross and his crew, and I get worried about the bad guys--angry at them, even--then Patterson brings the story around and the good guys win. OK, a lot of lives are usually lost in between, but I enjoy the books anyway. I am catching up on the Alex Cross series--Patterson is at, what, 92 Cross books now?? ;)

I look forward to exploring the other series that Patterson writes.
A psycho reporter that holds a vendetta against Dr Cross and a pair of killers that brutally shoot and stab a number of blonde females and nice looking males are the background for this exciting novel.
Dr. Cross is temporarily out of commission after he "appears to beat the reported in public, but is reinstated and finds one suspect that commits suicide. He sets a trap for another suspect and his wife ends up being the person in the right place to take care of the reporter, in a public setting.
Agreat writing by this author.
Cherry The Countess
Patterson is such a fantastic writer, and it seems he just gets better & better. Of course, Alex Cross is a marvelous character, which offers Patterson a lot to work with. Called from his home which is suffering turmoil trying to adjust to the addition of a new member into the family, emotionally damaged teen Ava, Alex is once again the man who is most needed to solve what appear to be the work of 3 serial murderers. Even as Alex begins to grasp that he is possibly looking at something entirely different, he realizes that he has failed to realize that he is being hunted, set up to look badly enough to discredit all his present theories and past glories. Mocked, accused of being a drug user, he is relieved of his duties just as Ava is removed from their home. When she most needs love and support of family, the system hides her away from them, and Alex is helpless to intervene in her life or assist in the ongoing investigations. Fortunately, he still has those who believe in him...and there is still a missing newborn to be found. With his family & friends around him, he finds information that finally brings down the murderers. But even Alex Cross cannot always save everyone. Great read! Could hardly close the book at night!
I have been an Alex Cross fan since James Patterson introduced him. I really really liked this latest adventure too but it is so different from Merry Christmas Alex Cross in the way it reads. Some of these books feel and read like they were written by someone else. In one book we have a lot of references to his family and in others they are barely mentioned. The continuity seems random at times. I read Merry Christmas before Run and except for the names of the characters I am not sure I'd believe they were written by the same person. This does not however take away from the fact both are great reads.

The problem with the lack of familiarity I feel with Run is that I am continually waiting for SOMETHING to fall into place to make it seem more like an Alex Cross adventure. I am reading and enjoying and yet something is tickling my mind about things just not quite being right.

But as you can see I still give it 5 stars. It really is a great book with the same disturbing low life criminals and that secondary 'problem' you keep waiting to pop into the foreground.
I love all J.P. books. This book showed another facet in Alex Cross and in the final two chapters makes you wonder if he and Bree are headed for a huge change I'm their lives.
The Cross family has taken on a troubled foster child, Ava, who is jaded and emotionally scarred from her upbringing and gives the family an insight into a "defiant" teen. While the family has gone through many things over the course of years their kids, due to their upbringing, have been relatively consistent in their behavior and while Nana Mama is a wise wise lady, even this girl is a little immune to her attempts. Just as you sense a "revelation" in this teen that there really are people out there who will genuinely care for her things out of her control escalate beyond her control.

Alex is under attack in the media by a blogger out to make his and his family and career miserable. Alex works hard to prove this man false as he fights to clear his name and experiences the feeling of frustration as his own co-workers are forced to detain and arrest him as this blogger creatively makes his life miserable and leaves him under the scrutiny of the Internal Affairs Dept.

I try very hard in my reviews not to give any spoilers that will ruin your desire to read the book, so I will leave it as this.

Patterson is an author who I never have a second thought about pre-ordering any book he writes or co-authors as I have never been disappointed. The only honest thing I have a hard time with is by having "Cross" in most of the newer titles and being such a prolific author I am always afraid I have missed a book somewhere, and while almost all can be read as a "stand-alone" I want to keep the stories in order. I almost wish rather than publication date that somewhere on the info given that the books were numbered.

Enjoyable at any rate. Happy reading.