I try to be good about mixing up actual meaty literature (like 1984) with good old fashioned storytelling. The kind where you can devour the book in a couple of days because you can’t wait to see what happens. James Patterson has always been reliable for a great mystery and a fun, easy read. Jack and Jill was no exception.
Jack and Jill is part of the series of Alex Cross detective novels. Cross is a homicide detective living in not-the-best neighborhood in
In this book, there are two series of killings that Alex Cross must solve. Jack & Jill are two killers who are randomly killing famous people around DC, and another killer is brutally murdering young children in Cross’s neighborhood. From the very start, I was hooked and couldn’t wait to solve the crime with Detective Cross.
By the end of Jack and Jill, I was again left pondering our government, but I won’t say much more than that because you should read this book yourself. Let’s just say that now that I think about it, maybe Big Brother is controlling things a little more than I’d like to believe….
Definitely a great vacation book!