The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #25) by James Patterson

The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #25)

This time it's Alex Cross on trial.Alex Cross is on the wrong side of the law. Serving a suspension from the force while he awaits trial for murder, Cross has been branded as a trigger-happy cop, another bad apple walking the streets with a gun, an accusation that Cross will do anything to refute. To make himself feel useful again, Cross opens a counseling office in the basement of his home. When his former partner Sampson shows up needing his he...


Details The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #25)

TitleThe People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #25)
ISBN9781780895154
Author
Release DateNov 20th, 2017
PublisherCentury
LanguageEnglish
GenreMystery, Thriller, Crime, Suspense, Fiction, Mystery Thriller
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Reviews The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross, #25)

  • Gem Routledge
    1970-01-01
    The People vs Alex CrossI have been a huge fan of James Patterson's Alex Cross books since by aunty lent me her copy of Cat and Mouse almost twenty years ago.It's been a long road, full of danger, love, kidnapping, shootings, serial killers, more love and every kind of emotion possible which makes it such a brilliant series. This new instalment, The People vs Alex Cross, has several interweaving plots, the main one being Alex Cross being on trial...
  • Sissi Reads
    1970-01-01
    THIS! This is how you write a thriller! 5 mind-blowing andabsolutely mesmerising stars! This time it tells the story of Alex Cross who becomes a “public enemy” as he is put on trial for gunning down three people (he acted in self-defence during the last case he solved); during the trial, he is also trying to get to the bottom of the mysterious recent disappearances of several young girls. Honestly, this book has left me guessing from cover to...
  • The Humpo Show [ Richard ]
    1970-01-01
    James Patterson is the master of the thriller. He, again flexes his storytelling muscles in his latest Alex Cross mystery. This time Alex is on trial for murder as he becomes the victim of a witch-hunt among the public, media and government that are trying to put away a high-profile cop who has killed in the line of duty, which they are portraying as a unnecessary show of force. Alongside his trial, his former work partner Sampson asks Cross for ...
  • Julie Garner
    1970-01-01
    I love reading Alex Cross stories. The fast paced action never stops. His dedication to his family, his friends and to his job are inspiring. However, all of that is on the verge of being taken away as he goes on trial for police misconduct and murder. That said, even whilst being on trial himself, Alex still finds time for his family and to help out his friend on the disappearance of some girls. Alex's moral code is never far from every decision...
  • Breakaway Reviewers
    1970-01-01
    Alex Cross on trial? Oh no!Washington DC. Renowned detective Alex Cross faces trial on a count of murder. He is accused of being the law and a trigger-happy policeman. He is suspended from duty pending the trial and has to find a way to defend his actions.The story then takes us back six weeks. John Sampson, Cross's erstwhile partner, waits to see if he will be reinstated after a head injury from a previous case (with Cross). He is and is put wit...
  • Alison Eden
    1970-01-01
    Really enjoyed this. Easy to read short chapters that kept you gripped and wanting to read the next chapter. The Alex Cross books never disappoint and this one was no exception.