It's to Die for

eBook - 2009
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Syd, a breathtakingly beautiful supermodel on a photo shoot in Hawaii, disappears and LA Times reporter Ben Hawkins, hoping to help the victim and get an idea for his next bestseller, gets a shocking visit that pushes him into an impossible-to-resist deal with the devil in this heart-pounding story of beauty and murder.
Publisher: New York, NY : Little, Brown and Co., 2009
Edition: 1st eBook ed
ISBN: 9780316052641
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Additional Contributors: Paetro, Maxine


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Feb 19, 2017

Enjoyed this book good read good plot

Jan 30, 2016

Very Good Plot And Story That
Is Very Hard To Pull Away From.
If Start Reading Plan On At Least A 11/2 Hour Sitdown.

Hated the way this started. It was too sick for my taste. Did not finish listening to it. Very sick. Warning.

Feb 19, 2015

Again, I have to say that the Patterson-Paetro collaboration is not one of my favorites. They seem to put out books that in my opinion are not even close to the quality of the original Patterson works

Feb 01, 2015

Agreed this book is violent but Patterson knows how to keep you reading and loving his style of writing. Didn't disappoint this time, I was hooked from page one. Good read but not for everyone.

Oct 20, 2012

Didn't go far in it - what a waste of time

Apr 19, 2012

Just love Mr. Patterson's style and his ever so short chapters. This prolific author never fails!

Mar 21, 2012

this book was beyond anything i have ever read and that is saying a lot. my mind is still reeling from this book. to get into the mind of a killer is one thing, but Patterson does it beyond all the other books i have ever read and trust me that is a bunch. this one will haunt you, and make u really wander if there are people like the alliance and Henri out there is so, i hope i never meet them. to read this book i would advise take stock of what u know and then flush it down the drain this book is unlike any book i have ever read. James hit it out of the ball park. move over Dexter this book is unlike anything out there.

Sep 04, 2011

Extremely violent book. I have read many mystery and murder books and I think this one was one of the most violent books.
But, I did enjoy this book.....until the end. It just left us hanging....

Junebug84 Jun 05, 2011

I have read a couple of Patterson's other novels; " Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas, and " Sundays at Tiffany". I love his writing, and this book did not dissapoint. It was a totally different book for me, because I have not read a murder mystery in several years. I just had not found one that peaked my interest. Stephen King is a little too Sadistic as well as a few others for my taste. Even though the novel was graphic, and at times difficult to get through, Patterson's ability to write so fluidly kept my curiosity for the entire book.
I am sure that there are serial killers that have similar characteristics to Henri Benoit (the assassin in this case) and the way that he chooses to look at death. No one would hope that anyone's life would end in the malicious manner that some of the character's in the novel does. It keeps the reader on edge, and we want that happy ending, when justice is served. James Patterson does not exclude or leave out anything, and closure in a book of this genre is important to the reader. I was pleasantly surprised with my reactions to the novel. I anticipated an on edge, nail biting experience. I am not one to read a book in labeled in this genre, but maybe I have broken out of my shell a little bit.

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