Book: Private Games - James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

By admin
18 May 2012

Rating: 3/5

The 2012 Olympic Games are about to start in London. Preparations have been flawless and everything is ready for the world’s greatest sporting event.

But someone has an evil plan to plunge London and the games into death and terror.

When Sir Denton Marshall, a key member of the London Olympic organising committee, is found decapitated in his garden Peter Knight, head of Private London, is called to the scene.

Private London – the world’smost renowned investigation firm with its own forensic laboratories and private jets – is providing security for the Games and Marshall was a valuable client.

But it turns out Marshall was also the fiancé of Knight’smother. It soon becomes clear his murder isn’t an isolated incident and the killer’s prime target is the Games itself.

Knight must find him and his small band of female assassins, The Furies, quickly to avoid the death of thousands.

It’s a fast-paced book and a good read overall. Definitely one of Patterson’s better recent efforts.

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