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by James Patterson,Michael Boatman,Stephen Kunken,Cristin Milioti

Free eBook Merry Christmas, Alex Cross download ISBN: 1619695553
Author: James Patterson,Michael Boatman,Stephen Kunken,Cristin Milioti
Publisher: Sound Library; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2012)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Merry Christmas, Alex Cross. 42857142857143 21 5 Kirjailija: James Patterson Lukija: Michael Boatman, Cristin Milioti, Stephen Kunken. Saatavilla äänikirjana. Nana Mama’s famous pecan pie is in the oven and the kids are hanging their favourite ornaments on the tree. Just as Alex’s wife Bree emerges from the kitchen with a bowl of homemade eggnog, his phone rings with news that shatters the night: at a nearby home, a family has been taken hostage - and the situation is spiralling out of control fast.

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Written by James Patterson, Audiobook narrated by Michael Boatman, Stephen Kunken, Cristin Milioti. Merry Christmas, Alex Cross. Narrated by: Michael Boatman,Stephen Kunken,Cristin Milioti.

Narrated By: Michael Boatman, Cristin Milioti, Stephen Kunken. has successfully been added to your shopping cart. This title is due for release on November 12, 2012. Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA. Date: November 2012. Duration: 7 hours 0 minutes. Summary: It's Christmas Eve and Detective Alex Cross has been called out to catch someone who's robbing his church's poor box. That mission behind him, Alex returns home to celebrate with Bree, Nana, and his children.

Narrated by Michael Boatman. It's Christmas Eve and Detective Alex Cross has been called out to catch someone who's robbing his church's poor box.

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James Patterson Merry Christmas, Alex Cross Prologue The Devil On Christmas EveONE The rear door to St. Anthony’s church had been left open. Exactly as I had been promised. John Sampson and I eased in through the dimly lit sacristy, the room where the priests dressed for services and where they stored the altar wine, the hymnals, and the vestments. Читать онлайн Merry Christmas, Alex Cross. The Devil On Christmas Eve.

Cristin Milioti (Reading) Opening this latest Alex Cross book on my Kindle Fire was accompanied by somewhat mixed emotions, the first of which is that it will be a more enjoyable.

Cristin Milioti (Reading). Merry Christmas, Alex Cross is James Patterson’s most shocking Alex Cross novel yet: a breakneck-paced and heart-pounding adrenaline rush of a thriller. Opening this latest Alex Cross book on my Kindle Fire was accompanied by somewhat mixed emotions, the first of which is that it will be a more enjoyable experience than many of James Patterson's other efforts in recent years. Depending in large part, I suppose, on who he chose as a co-author, a few have been so awful that I now approach them all with a bit of apprehension.

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Michael Boatman,Stephen Kunken,Cristin Milioti. JAMES PATTERSON is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. His books have sold in excess of 325 million copies worldwide. CD Standard Audio Format. He is the author of some of the most popular series of the past two decades - the Alex Cross, Women's Murder Club, Detective Michael Bennett and Private novels - and he has written many other number one bestsellers including romance novels and stand-alone thrillers. James is passionate about encouraging children to read.

It s Christmas Eve, and Detective Alex Cross has been called out to catch someone who is robbing his church s poor box. That mission behind him, Alex returns home to celebrate with Bree, Nana, and his children. The tree decorating is barely underway before his phone rings again. A horrific hostage situation is quickly spiraling out of control. Away from his own family on this holiday, Alex calls upon every ounce of his training, creativity, and daring to save another family. Alex risks everything and he may not make it back alive on this most sacred of family days.

Alex Cross is a hero for our time and never more so than in this story of family, action, and the deepest moral choices. "Merry Christmas, Alex Cross" will be a holiday classic for years to come."

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Anarasida
For a Christmas mystery, I chose to read "Merry Christmas, Alex Cross." I never tire of the Alex Cross books or really any of James Patterson's novels even with his co-authors contributing their parts. This particular book was shorter than most but I remember reading that about this particular novel when it first came out.

In the beginning, Alex is called upon to help nail a thief who is stealing from the church's poor box. That's a rather short and simple story that allows Alex to go home to Nana, Bree and his kids for Christmas Eve and tree decorating. No sooner is Alex home than he has a call telling him that he is needed in a dangerous domestic hostage situation. His family isn't happy about it, but by now they understand that when he is called on a case, he must go.

This book kept me reading straight through to the end and I especially liked the Christmas scenes with Alex and his family. It gave me a dose of needed Christmas spirit even though it is a mystery/suspense novel. I read the sample first and of course, that had me hooked. All in all I enjoyed this very much, despite the cost and despite the co-author's contributions. I look forward to more James Patterson books in the future. I find them as fast-paced as ever and some of the plots just as diabolical, and when it comes to enjoyment, it depends on how much one is willing to spend for those hours reading or re-reading a good book.
Ventelone
This book starts with a estranged husband and father, kidnapping his former wife and children, at her new husband's home and threatening everyone with bodily harm as he shoots the Christmas packages on Christmas Eve, of all nights.
Dr. Cross is called in to help negotiate and ends up going into the house to talk with the suspects, not one but twice.
The second time he goes into the residence he manages to talk the suspect into the kitchen and ultimately manages to subdue him.
After spending the day celebrating Christmas Cross is immediately drawn into an investigation about a terrorist who has been spotted at the D.C train station.
He manages to trace her footsteps and ends up arresting her, and through some unconventional international assistance manages to stop the terrorist's threat, and saves the day.
Very titillating adventurous novel written by an outstanding writer.
Jorad
As I've read all the books with Alex Cross in them, I was eager to begin his next adventure. What a disappointment! I was hoping that Cross would continue to be "part of a team" of investigators working on a case. What I found was,,,Washington D.C. could not function unless Cross was in the lead. Even his family could not enjoy Christmas without his appearance. At one point in the story, Alex's wife appears at the hostage scene and tells Cross to leave and come home as it was Christmas. REALLY???? The entire story had people in awe of Cross. He became a "super hero" and not the character I've loved from past books.
When I got 89% finished with the story on my Kindle, I then discovered that the book had ended (most books go til 99%). For the money I paid and the lack of a farmilar character, I will check out James Patterson's next Alex Cross book at the library. If the story line fails me again,,,I think that I'm done with Alex Cross.:(
Majin
I bought this book for sentimental/humor reasons. I have not read any of James Patterson's other works at this time. While on vacation with my husband and four of our daughters in December of 2012, we saw the commercial for this book dozens of times. My daughters were very creative in their reenactment of the authors presentation. I bought it used on Amazon as a funny addition to our Christmas Day celebration in 2014. I have since read the book - before giving it to my daughters to read, if they chose. I enjoyed the book although this is not the type of book I would normally choose. I will almost certainly read additional works by Mr Patterson after reading this one. It's a fast read, with enough details to make the stories interesting but not so much that it has to be read in a quiet room - a good book to read while waiting in the car, for an appointment, in the next room while the TV is on, etc., Enjoyable entertainment reading. I will not be giving this book to my teenaged and young adult daughters to read due to some of the content. They may seek it out themselves, it just wouldn't feel right to suggest it to them. All in all I enjoyed the read but am happy I didn't pay full price.
the monster
I really enjoyed this Alex Cross novel. Well, maybe I should say "novella", as it was really short. I had it finished in just a couple of hours. However, the story was quite good and it was refreshing to once again experience James Patterson's crisp prose and fast paced plot. It has been a few years since I picked up an Alex Cross book, and it is reminiscent of meeting up with an old friend. I am glad some things never change.
Dugor
Alex Cross's family are desperate for him to be home to spend Christmas with them but on Christmas Eve he is abruptly called away to a hostage situation. A distraught bankrupt business is holding his ex-wife and children, her new husband and a neighbour at gunpoint and with nothing left to lose the situation is fraught with danger. Washington is suffering a blizzard making conditions cold and difficult as Alex and the police settle in for a long surveillance.

Finally after the siege ended, Alex stumbled home exhausted to snatch a few hours sleep and spend the rest of Christmas with his family, only to be called out to an even more dangerous situation with an infamous terrorist spotted at Union Station. Plenty of action ensues as Alex tries to foil her plans. Both stories felt somewhat rushed and maybe sticking to a single situation would have led to a more satisfying read than trying to fit two plots into what is a fairly short book