Not a fancy title, but sometimes less is more, and in this case I think we get more. I am not going to be giving anyone a news flash that is a regular follower of my rants here @ The Scoop. I like James Patterson’s
work. I read almost all of his work from his graphic novels (see our archives),
young adult (Daniel X), and just about all his regular material. I got excited
when I saw that he had this new series coming out: Private.

I really enjoyed this novel, I am not going to make any bones about it; I just really had a good time with it. Here is what the inside jacket had to say: “Former Marine helicopter pilot Jack Morgan runs Private, a
renowned investigation company with branches around the globe. It is where you
go when you need maximum discretion. The secrets of the most influential men
and women on the planet come to Jack daily- and his staff of investigators use
the world’s most advanced forensic tools to make and break their cases.” In the debut novel of the series the men and
women of Private take on three different cases and juggle them and their
private lives at the same time. The cases that others can’t seem to crack: a
serial murder case, a good friend’s death, and a case brought to them by the

Once I got into the first few pages of this novel I was total absorbed and immersed in it. I really couldn’t put it down. The action is fast, the characters and the bonds they share are fascinating. The plotline and
the precision of the execution of it are incredible. The cast of characters
themselves was worth the read. I was
locked into caring about them and what happened to them early on. At the novel’s
end, I was definitely wanting more. This is a series I am looking forward to
following. James Patterson scores again with Private. The problem for me now is,
I don’t want less; I want more.

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