The Tortured Mind of an Extremist
To open a James Patterson novel is to open the door to suspense..... In, Worst Case, Patterson takes on the subject of world poverty, the environment, and the tortured mind of an extremist. The novel's villain has taken it upon himself to change the world. Having been unsuccessful in making that change through peaceful means, he decides to change his tactics--the rich and powerful will pay dearly for their sins, and in turn, his message will be heard around the world. Enter, Detective Michael Bennett. While he is desperately tracking down the serial killer, he is confronted with his attraction for two special women. Worst Case is typical James Patterson. The story is well-written with lots of suspense and action. This one is not as garish as some of his previous work, but still a good, fast read for mystery fans.
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