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Review: Private #1 Suspect

  • Title: Private #1 Suspect
  • Authors: James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
  • Paperback
  • # of Pages: 403
  • Publishers: Grand Central Publishing
  • released: January 15, 2013
  • Genre(s): Thriller, Crime fiction
  • My Rating⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Former Marine Jack Morgan always uncovers the truth. But in James Patterson’s unforgettable thriller, he faces his most shocking case yet.

Since former Marine Jack Morgan started Private, it has become the world’s most effective investigation firm–sought out by the famous and the powerful to discreetly handle their most intimate problems. Private’s investigators are the smartest, the fastest, and the most technologically advanced in the world-and they always uncover the truth.

When his former lover is found murdered in his bed, Jack Morgan is instantly the number one suspect. While Jack is under police investigation, the mob strong-arms him into recovering $30 million in stolen pharmaceuticals for them. And the beautiful manager of a luxury hotel chain persuades him to quietly investigate a string of murders at her properties.

While Jack is fighting for his life, one of his most trusted colleagues threatens to leave Private, and Jack realizes he is confronting his cleverest and most powerful enemies ever. With more action, more intrigue, and more twists than ever before, Private: #1 Suspect is James Patterson at his unstoppable best.

My Review

A friend of mine gave me their copy when they saw me looking at it on their bookshelf.  I’m so glad they gave me the book because I couldn’t put this novel down.

The authors created a novel with multiple lines tied together by the main character.  Teh characters were fun, with personalities that were realistic.  Patterson and Paetro did a great job of giving character descriptions that were thorough while leaving something for the reader’s imagination.

The three plot lines were wonderfully interwoven throughout the novel.  The plots were also resolved separately in ways that could be expected but still enjoyable.

I would definitely encourage any one looking for a thrill to read this book.

Happy Reading!!!





I was a bibliophile before I learned the alphabet. From an early age I have used books to relieve the pressures of reality. I was I teenager before I appreciated the learning power of books. Now, as an adult, I read books for both learning and relaxation.

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