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Thursday, July 30, 2015

"Private Berlin" by James Patterson - Book Review

I'm a huge fan of James Patterson's work, and Private Berlin was absolutely no exception.

Patterson, James. 2012.
General information
Paperback: 448 pages
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Series: Yes - book 5 of the Private series

What it's about
At the German headquarters of the world's most powerful investigation firm, Chris Schneider is a superstar agent. He keeps his methods secret, but when he suddenly disappears, he becomes the agency's most urgent case yet. Another top agent at Private Berlin, Mattie Engel is gorgeous, ambitious - and Chris's ex-lover. Determined to find him, Mattie follows the people he was investigating before he vanished: a billionaire suspected of cheating on his wife, a soccer star accused of throwing games, and a nightclub owner with ties to the Russian mob. Mattie's chase takes her deep into Chris's shocking past, the dark history of Berlin itself and on the brink of a terrifying discovery that could force Europe to the edge of chaos and destruction.

Why I loved it
To say I loved this book would be an understatement. I found myself staying up to just read one more chapter, to just read one more part of this book. At some point I finished book, and couldn't believe it was over. Patterson keeps you engaged throughout the entire story. You want to keep reading and know what happens to all the characters.

Why you should read it
If you like Patterson's other work, I highly suggest reading this one. It ranks as one of my top favorite Patterson books.

My rating
5/5 stars

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