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Book Note: James Patterson, Private Paris

I read this book about 30-Oct-2016. This is the first time I've read this book. The book is copyright 2016. This note was last modified Tuesday, 08-Nov-2016 09:39:45 PST.

This is book 10 of the "Private" series.

This note contains spoilers for the book.


By James Patterson and Mark Sullivan. Others in the series are with various collaborators so I'm listing the series under Patterson (but Patterson may, if I keep reading him, be what finally drives me to fixing this to handle collaborations better). (Looks like Maxine Paetro may be the originating author, but she's only listed on three of them, including the first two).

James Patterson has auto-play audio on his web site!

The owner of the Private security company stumbles into a big mess in Paris, where mostly he tags around after his country director. Their access to this and related cases is somewhat hindered by the lead investigator for the police being a former lover of the country director.

Despite there not being a lot more to it than that, it was fun. There was some sense of actually being set in a non-US locale, and not just to make fun of it, both for the local characters, and the interactions with the local authorities.


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