Review: The Black Book

I've read a lot of James Patterson books over the past few years, and this isn't the worst one, but it's definitely not on my list of recommendations for crime thrillers.

The Black Book by James Patterson
Genre: Crime Thriller
Pub date: March 27, 2017
Rating: 3

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What makes a good crime thriller? A confusing crime scene, interesting characters, a complex plot, and unexpected bad guys.

The Black Book had only one of those: Good characters. Patterson is great at character development and creating vivid dynamic unique characters.

All the rest has really been lacking lately.

Out of 9 CDs of the audiobook, I figured it all out by the middle of disk 3.

So all things considered, if you want a good crime thriller and an exciting court case, try a James Sheehan instead.

*also, why is there a chick on the front cover? 

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