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James Patterson's highly anticipated new book for 2017 - 16th Seduction - has a release date.You can preorder here at or wait until it comes out on May 1st. The book centers on Detective Lindsay Boxer and her husband.
The memorable story begun in When the Wind Blows continues in this thrilling new novel, and it's one that really soars!The rumors about Anne Perry, who writes the Thomas Pitt and William Monk Victorian mysteries, are true. The owner of the local mystery bookshop once told me her mother had been appalled to learn that the shop owner and her husband had gone on a road trip with Perry. Or maybe Michael Peterson who was an author and in 2003 was convicted of pushing his wife down the stairs to her death?ETA: He also likely killed another woman in the same manner 13 years earlier, so there's two murders. Now I'm thinking of Drew Pearson, whom Jack Benny's announcer once called "Drear Pooson" in a famous line flub.A woman where she works told her that she no longer reads his books because three of his wives died under mysterious circumstances and although he was apparently cleared of any wrong doing, he wrote a novel detailing the three deaths under the guise of fiction.I can't find any reference to any other wives than Susan. Patterson (born March 22, 1947) is an American author of thriller novels.He is largely known for his Alex Cross series of novels which have become progressively worse, so much so that Patterson can't even be bothered to think up proper titles these days. It is rubbish." He's on my list of "used to reads". I got extremely tired of cops/doctors who were doctors/lawyers and gourmet cooks with a smattering of professional level jazz musician thrown in.
Surely his becoming a bestselling author of crime novels would lead some enterprising cop somewhere to dig out the cold cases.
THE IDEA FOR the Maximum Ride series comes from earlier books of mine called When the Wind Blows and The Lake House, which also feature a character named Max who escapes from a quite despicable School. Max and the other kids in the Maximum Ride books are not the same Max and kids featured in those two books.
Nor do Frannie and Kit play any part in the series. — James Patterson Frannie O'Neill is a young and talented veterinarian living in Colorado.
The rumors about Anne Perry, who writes the Thomas Pitt and William Monk Victorian mysteries, are true. The owner of the local mystery bookshop once told me her mother had been appalled to learn that the shop owner and her husband had gone on a road trip with Perry. I think hanging with an actual convicted murderer would be scarier than hanging with a medical examiner. Cornwell IS a Republican so you are probably right, she may be scarier ! She may be a perfectly nice person, but there are things about her own life, and things in her novels, that make her seem a bit, well, "off" to me. And I was speaking a bit tongue in cheek about her being "scary." As for a convicted murderer, I think Anne Perry/Juliet Hulme is highly unlikely to re-offend.
I'm reminded of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter explaining that when they hired convict labor to work in the GA governor's mansion, they preferred to hire murderers, because most murderers (especially women) had killed someone they knew, in the midst of a very emotional situation, and were less likely to re-offend than someone who had committed, say, assault, or a property crime.
James Patterson has lots of other great titles, and several have been made into movies. I'm hopeful this title will make it into the bestseller list.