SKU: 9781787466029
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SKU: 9781787466029
The stakes have never been higher for Alex Cross as his courage, his training and his capacity for battle are stretched to their limits in the most important case of his life.
Series: Alex Cross
#26 in Series
Genre: Thriller
Format:  Paperback
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Alex Cross and his family join men and women from across the nation lining the streets of Washington, DC to mourn the unexpected death of the President. With the country still in shock, the assassination of a prominent Senator strikes another devastating blow to the heart of the nation's capital.

As Chief of Detectives, Alex's wife Bree Stone faces an ultimatum: solve the case, or lose her job. The new President calls on Cross to lead an unparalleled FBI investigation to help capture America's most wanted criminal. But what follows will plunge the country into chaos, and draw Cross into the most important case of his life.

Age Range: 18+
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Publisher: Arrow Books Ltd
Language: English


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James Patterson, born on March 22, 1947, in Newburgh, New York, is an internationally renowned author and philanthropist. With a degree in English from Manhattan College and a Master's degree from Vanderbilt University, Patterson initially pursued a career in advertising before transitioning to writing full-time.

He is celebrated for creating iconic characters such as Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, and the Women's Murder Club series. Patterson's prolific body of work spans thrillers, mysteries, young adult fiction, and children's books, often collaborating with co-authors to bring his stories to life.

Patterson holds the record for the most #1 New York Times bestsellers, with over 110 books topping the list. His incredible success has led to over 425 million copies sold worldwide, making him one of the most successful authors of all time.

In recognition of his literary achievements, Patterson has received numerous prestigious awards, including the Edgar Award, the International Thriller of the Year Award, and the Children's Choice Book Award.

Beyond his writing, Patterson is deeply committed to promoting literacy and education. He has donated millions to support bookstores, libraries, and reading initiatives. Notably, he established the James Patterson Teacher Education Scholarship at Appalachian State University and personally funds scholarships for teachers across the country.

James Patterson's dedication to storytelling and his unwavering support for education make him a true literary icon and a champion for readers and educators alike.

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