Finished Reading Patterson, Neggers and Arlidge

It’s been a while since posting anything. Neglectful, busy, went on vacation. Any of those or a multitude more. I have been busy writing and editing, but also reading when I have the time. Just finished five James Patterson books, one by Carla Neggers and one by M.J. Arlidge.
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I’ve pueeny-meenyt off reading M.J.Arlidge for a while and now wondered why. Found Eeny Meeny captivating and disturbing. Helen Grace is one of the more interesting character I’ve come across in some time. As a police inspector she is formidable–in her personal life she is deeply discomforting individual. I enjoyed this volume and have every intent on reading the remaining books in the series. 4/5 stars.

Eeny Meeny (DI Helen Grace #1)
by M. J. Arlidge @mjarlidge 
Kindle Edition 

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Carla’s 5th book in this entertaining series was a little disappointing. Found it dragging in places and some of the narrative felt as if it stopped thkeepers-reache flow of the story. I did enjoy this edition of Sharpe & Donovan. I will be reading Liar’s Key soon, I’m sure. Thanks Carla. 3/5 stars.

Keeper’s Reach (Sharpe & Donovan #5)
by Carla Neggers @CarlaNeggers 
Kindle Edition 

 

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What can you say about James Patterson and Alex Cross that hasn’t been said a million times already. Always entertaining. Best of all–short chapters. LOL.
Below are the last five books by James I’ve read. Thanks James. I’ll rate all of them 4/5 stars.

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Roses Are Red (Alex Cross Book 6)
by James Patterson @JP_Books
Kindle Edition 

 

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Pop Goes the Weasel (Alex Cross Book 5)
by James Patterson @JP_Books 
Kindle Edition 

 

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Cat & Mouse (Alex Cross Book 4)
by James Patterson @JP_Books 
Kindle Edition 

 

 

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Jack & Jill (Alex Cross Book 3)

by James Patterson @JP_Books 

 Kindle Edition 

 

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About John Van Vliet

Author of the soon to be released "The H'Rhophyan Chronicles", a Fantasy Adventure Serial.
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