Cat & Mouse
A NovelBook - 1997
Gary Soneji, a dying prison escapee, is looking for revenge on Cross, while another insane killer is pursued by Thomas Augustine Pierce-a brilliant and relentless detective who may even be better than Cross. As the bodies pile up, and Cross is nearly murdered in his own home, the game of cat and mouse leads to one final trap. . .
The body count is high, the tension the highest, and the two killers on the loose are watching every move their pursuers make. Who is the cat, and who is the mouse? What and where is the final trap? And who survives?
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: As usual, Patterson creates another criminal who is deranged. Mr. Smith is sick.
Violence: "Mr. Smith" brutally kills his victims by performing autopsies on them. Also, Gary Soneji goes on killing sprees. These are not described in as graphic detail as usual by Patterson, however.
Sexual Content: Alex Cross hooks up again. I understand that Cross battling the ghost of his wife's passing is part of the story line, but sometimes I thing that Patterson is trying to make him out to be James Bond. Does he really nedd to go into detail about Cross's sexual exploits?
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Escaped murderer / kidnapper / psychopath Gary Soneji resurfaces to settle a score with Alex Cross. At the same time, there is an international murderer dubbed "Mr. Smith" buy the press. Alex Cross becomes an unwilling participant in the solving of the Mr. Smith case while dealing with Soneji.
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