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Make this a day the city will never forgetGlobal Head of Security Jon Roscoe confronts a killer with a deadly timetable Just what I ve come to expect from a JP short fast moving action packed uite frankly a ludricous resolution but it certainly kept me entertained for the 30 minutes or so that it took me to read it Somos chicos de menta (Tomo 5) it certainly kept me entertained for the 30 minutes or so that Disciplina Positiva Para Preescolares (NIÑOS: EDUCACIÓN Y CUIDADOS) it took me to read The Ronin it

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The hostage

James Patterson’s BookShots Short fast paced high impact entertainmentThe grand opening of the world's most exclusive uick review Pretty enjoyable book Cool main protagonist Jon Roscoe ex Uk police office now head of security at as soon to be hijacked top class hotel This book contains some pretty grim and descriptive murders It only has about 5 6 main characters but that is to be expected with one of James Patterson s bookshot series This is the 2nd I have read the other one being Hotshot and I have enjoy them both Great set pieces Very intricate story design Almost like a Sherlock Holmes novel when you get to the ending everything that has happened before then makes sense but until then no idea Nice setting Pretty awesome climax and resolution to the Hostage takers motives Recommended This cost me 249 It took me about 2 hours to read but very well worth the money Enjoy x

Summary The hostage

Hotel forty floors of breathtaking luxuryVIPs gather in London for the ultimate preview But one uninvited guest plans to This BookShot story pulls the reader into a high octane thriller from the opening paragraph At a private event to mark the opening of the elite Tribeca Luxury Hotel in London VIPs come together to celebrate the company s newest addition to a profitable company During the gathering all eyes turn upward where someone is hanging from an upper storey balcony The struggle turns deadly and the body plummets to the ground which turns out to be the owner Jackson Harlington The hotel s Global Head of Security Jon Roscoe begins an investigation as the hotel is locked down seeking to discover where the killer might be hiding on the premises However the body attracts the authorities and the London Metropolitan Police soon arrive to take charge Roscoe comes face to face with his old nemesis on the force leaving him pushed out of the way though he refuses to give up searching for the killer When a mysterious phone call comes hinting that the killer is running the show from within the facility Roscoe must manoeuvre around trying to remain one step ahead More bodies pile up each killed in a uniue way It is only later that the thread connecting all three victims is revealed which turns the hotel s crime scene into a shocking mystery years in the making A story that picked up the pace with each passing chapter Patterson and Gold know how to tell a story and keep the reader guessingYet another BookShot leaves me wondering where time went as I dove in and did not surface until I had all the facts Patterson and Gold use the short chapter format and a telling story to keep everything running at breakneck speed With a collection of contrasting characters and a mystery simmering below the surface the reader learns little at a time but when the entire picture is revealed it should have been obvious from the beginning While there is nothing concrete to substantiate this I had the sense that there was a series in the making from the way the Roscoe character presented himself though time will surely tell Patterson may be onto something with these BookShots offering teasers into the future of possible new series with successful possibilities Could Gold be joining the crew of faceless co authors used to help Patterson garner added richesKudos Messrs Patterson and Gold for delivering a wonderful story to the awaiting audience I am curious to see if this partnership will return again for Jon Roscoe actionLikehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at


10 thoughts on “The hostage

  1. says:

    25 ok for a hot summer day stars I have only read one other James Patterson book when I was 15 or so Kiss the GirlsI remember liking it a lot back then not sure I would now In the meantime Mr Patterson has sold 325 million bookswowowowhe makes about 89 million USD a year and co writes with 25 other authors He has built an enduring empireToday

  2. says:

    As Global Head of Security for the Tribeca Luxury Hotels Jon Roscoe ex policeman was keeping a close eye on the security details of their latest hotel – forty stories of decadence in London The VIPs were arriving for the private sho

  3. says:

    uick review Pretty enjoyable book Cool main protagonist Jon Roscoe ex Uk police office now head of security at as soon to be 'hijacked' top clas

  4. says:

    This BookShot story pulls the reader into a high octane thriller from the opening paragraph At a private event to mark the opening of the elite Tribeca Luxury Hotel in London VIPs come together to celebrate the company's newest addition to a profitable company During the gathering all eyes turn upward where someone is hanging from an upper st

  5. says:

    First outing with Jon Roscoe and it is a gory one I really liked this one and its what made me read the others wit

  6. says:

    James Patterson has essentially flooded the market with a large number of short sharp punchy less than 150 page thrillers called 'Bookshots' with the intent of getting people who have abandoned books for television or movies to re discover them again As Patterson himself says You can race through these they are like reading movies To this end I wasn't disappointed A very readable albeit gory streamlined thriller plot with a nice

  7. says:

    Just what I've come to expect from a JP short fast moving action packed uite frankly a ludricous resolution but it certainly kept me entertained for the 30 minutes or so that it took me to read it

  8. says:

    I absolutely love the BookShots series of books primarily written by James Patterson but often co written with various other authors This book is the first in a three part series The Jon Roscoe thrillers Jon Roscoe is an ex London policeman and now works as Head of Security for the very rich and famous Tribeca chain of hotels This was a very fast paced and uite gory thriller and I couldn’t stop reading it

  9. says:

    Another good read from James Patterson in his Bookshots format This one isn't from any of his existing series of thrillers but I believe there is at least one Bookshots novella featuring the main character from this book so maybe it will become a new seriesThe action comes thick and fast in this one when a crimi

  10. says:

    Another great read 😉

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