Private Paris

Private Paris

Large Print - 2016 | Large print edition
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While visiting Private's Paris office, Jack Morgan finds himself in pursuit of a client's granddaughter, who is on the run from a drug dealer and investigating the deaths of several of France's cultural elite.
Publisher: New York, NY : Little, Brown and Company, ©2016
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9780316408974
Branch Call Number: PATTERS
Characteristics: 540 pages (large print) ; 25 cm
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Additional Contributors: Sullivan, Mark T.

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barryandlinda
Oct 05, 2019

While Jack is in Paris, he stops by Private's Paris branch. He gets a call that a client's granddaughter is running from a drug dealer. Jack and his team know they have to find her before she is killed. This is a page turner from beginning to end.

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reader7176
Nov 08, 2018

Another book in Private series. Enjoy this series its a change of pace.

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cambridgedon
Feb 19, 2018

A really low standard in thriller writing with wafer-thin characters that the reader could care less about and a plot that defies logic and plain common sense. The writers did go to the trouble of making sure of the right locations for landmarks (e.g., Palais Garnier is in the 9th arrondissement). I'll give Patterson one more try but if this is the best that the world's best-selling writer can do then heaven help us.

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zipread
Sep 02, 2017

A very good summer read. Based on today's news stories. Gripping.

triptophan May 25, 2017

Private Paris by James Patterson is something that reads right out of the news headlines: terrorism and characters that are predjudice against Muslims. The story is interesting and a page turner. But, very long. I really couldn't put it down. I highly recommend this story.

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Jamaka_88
Aug 16, 2016

Another Jack Morgan book...this time in Paris. This time he gets in trouble with the law-this place doesn't take kindly to vigil antes. course, like the other books, nothing stops or prevents Jack from solving the issues of the day.

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shelcrone
May 10, 2016

Love Patterson. This is pretty typical for him. Nothing new.

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lbeast
May 06, 2016

Mark Sullivan, who apparently works in the James Patterson factory, is an awful writer. Amateurish, clumsy, and juvenile. I made it thru about one third and then returned it to the library.

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Dixiebellelouise1
May 03, 2016

It was a bit slow at first but then couldn't put it down. Waiting for the next one.

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denised10
Apr 27, 2016

I agree that this was too slow, unlike the other Private series. I had a hard time following the plot.

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Jamaka_88
Aug 16, 2016

Jack Morgan visits Paris and while he finds it romantic it's full of crime, hate and a girl who doesn't want to be found. Three stories wound together and one of which doesn't not have a happy ending. Does he get the lady he falls for? Does he solve the hate crime revolution? Does he find the girl who doesn't want to be found? Read and find out in a way only James Patterson can create.

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