It's all Roscoe can do to keep the press off the hotel grounds, especially one particularly aggressive member of the press who keeps testing his patience at every turn - and it doesn't help that Harvey Rylands is used to getting what he wants, and has no concern for the people who have to clean up after his messes. With all the stress at work the last thing Roscoe needs is stress at home, but his teenage son Martin seems to have other plans.
The verdict was an exciting read, is a great addition to the Bookshots series, and an excellent companion to Kidnapped which also features Jon Roscoe. This is the first Bookshots I have read as an ebook, and in some ways it was more exciting and tense than reading the tree book version because it was harder to tell how close to the end I was which naturally helped ramp up the tension!
I haven't read all the Bookshots because some of them have not appealed that much, or because I have started reading them and didn't like them that much - but Patterson and Gold seem to have struck gold (no pun intended) with this writing partnership. I have read all of their Bookshots and thoroughly enjoyed them, and I look forward to each new one in the way that I look forward to the Patterson/Ledwidge outing. There is a lot to like here and this series is a great way to start your Bookshots journey if you haven't tried one yet!
If you like this book then try:
- Kidnapped by James Patterson and Robert Gold
- The hostage by James Patterson and Robert Gold
- The shut-in by James Patterson and Duane Swierczynski
- The house husband by James Patterson and Duane Swierczynski
- Private Royals by James Patterson and Rees Jones
- Heist by James Patterson and Rees Jones
- Black and Blue by James Patterson and Candice Fox
- Chase by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
- Airport code red by James Patterson and Michael White
Reviewed by Brilla