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Burn (Michael Bennett) e-book

Author:

James Patterson

Language:

English

Category:

Mystery

Subcategory:

Thrillers & Suspense

ePub size:

1296 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Little, Brown and Company; Large Print edition (September 29, 2014)

Pages:

496

ISBN:

0316410632

Burn (Michael Bennett) e-book

by James Patterson


Detective Michael Bennett is coming home to New York. Michael Ledwidge is the author of thirteen novels, including eleven bestsellers co-authored with James Patterson. He lives with his wife and three children in Connecticut

Detective Michael Bennett is coming home to New York. And a world of unimaginable evil awaits. Having brought an end to the vengeful mission of the ruthless crime lord who forced the Bennett family into hiding, Michael is finally back in New York City. However, Bennett is thrust straight back into a horrifying case: a witness claims to have seen a group of well-dressed men holding a sickeningly depraved and murderous gathering in a condemned building. He lives with his wife and three children in Connecticut. Also by James Patterson.

by James Patterson by Michael Ledwidge. Detective Michael Bennett finally returns to New York City-and to the most unsettling, horrific case of his career in this New York Times bestseller. At last, Detective Michael Bennett and his family are coming home to New York City. Thanks to Bennett, the ruthless crime lord whose vengeful mission forced the Bennett family into hiding has been brought down for good

Michael Bennett is a series of thriller books by best-selling author James Patterson. The series is the new bestselling detective series of the past twenty-five years.

Michael Bennett is a series of thriller books by best-selling author James Patterson. It follows Michael Bennett, an Irish American New York City detective, as he solves terrifying crimes and raises his ten adopted children. Step on a Crack (2007) – Michael Bennett must free the celebrities and billionaires held hostage at a First Lady’s funeral

Burn is the seventh book in the Michael Bennett series by prolific American author, James Patterson. It is co-written with Michael Ledwidge

Burn is the seventh book in the Michael Bennett series by prolific American author, James Patterson. It is co-written with Michael Ledwidge. Detective Michael Bennett and his family are back from their witness protection stint in California, finally back home in NYC. But, relegated to an unwanted position (head of the mayor’s Ombudsman Outreach Squad) by a Chief of Detectives with a grudge, Bennett would much rather be on the Major Crime Squad. Ironically, when he does get reassigned back to the Burn is the seventh book in the Michael Bennett series by prolific American author, James Patterson. It is co-written with.

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BULLSEYE by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge is my 75th-plus Patterson generated novel and at least my tenth read starring NYPD Detective Michael Bennett. The book starts out with Detective Bennett getting involved with an assassination attempt on the new American president.

BULLSEYE by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge is my 75th-plus Patterson generated novel and at least my tenth read starring NYPD Detective Michael Bennett. Lot’s of technical details are built into the narrative as well as discussions on long range kill weaponry and even instructions on how an assassin sets up for a kill.

Michael Bennett: Gone by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge (2013, Hardcover). Burn by James Patterson. Michael Bennett series of book's are just a fun fast paced set of book's. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные.

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JAMES PATTERSON is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. His books have sold in excess of 385 million copies worldwide. He is the author of some of the most popular series of the past two decades – the Alex Cross, Women’s Murder Club, Detective Michael Bennett and Private novels – and he has written many other number one bestsellers including romance novels and stand-alone thrillers. James is passionate about encouraging children to read

Detective Michael Bennett finally returns to New York City-and to the most unsettling, horrific case of his career in this #1 New York Times bestseller.
Kale
A group practicing cannibalism, another doing high dollar jewelry heists is the basis for this book that leads Detective Bennett's investigation.
He has returned from California only to be assigned to the ombudsman squad as punishment by a vindictive boss.
This is a squad of misfits and officers not adjusted to dealing with the public, that is supposed to answer complaints from people.
Detective Bennett begin prioritizing cases and provides leadership to the unlearned detectives and as the story continues it is these that solve both cases.
Another great writing by the author who continues to write excellent novels.
fetish
I've always liked this character except this time. I felt he was a loose cannon in that he went after everyone half cocked. Patterson left a lot of unanswered questions in this one .
D o we have to read the next book to see if Chats has her suicide overturned? What happens with the senator? There ate just too many unanswered questions.
Cogelv
"Burn", like all of the Michael Bennett novels, is a blend of chaotic New York police work undertaken by a wise-cracking detective; and a charming family life with his ten children, their Irish nanny and Bennett's Catholic priest grandfather.

In this seventh book of the series, Bennett returns to New York only to learn that he has been banished to a Harlem precinct because of internal police politics. He's assigned to lead a new unit that is ineffective and in disarray.

This changes when he is call back to his Major Crimes post to work on a series of jewelry robberies and finds that the cases are connected with grisly practices by some of the city's most wealthy citizens.

But "Burn" is anticlimactic, leaving the reader wondering if the authors just ran out of story line. In short, it was good -- until the end.
Tcaruieb
I am a Michael Bennett book FAN, but I wanted to "Burn" this book when I got to the end because there was NO end. It just stopped. It wasn't a cliffhanger, it just stopped like the writers' computer broke and they said, "oh well, we'll just send in the manuscript anyway"! Sheesh. I kept thinking I had missed some pages or something. The story was going along fine. I liked how the new gang was developing under Mike's leadership. James Patterson, your name is on this book. Don't let this happen again, please. A VERY VERY disappointed reader.
Reddefender
This is one of the worst and most disappointing books I have ever had the misfortune to read. It's a sloppy pastiche of everything you have read before and cliched to the extreme. There is not a single interesting idea here. Cash cow author gone really bad. This makes Law and Order look like Shakespeare.
Kajishakar
I have loved every book with James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge but this one was like a fifth grader wrote it. It just rambled on and on and when it got to be where something could or should of developed they left the subject as it meant nothing to story. Characters where named but they never became any thing to do with the story or the plot. I'm sorry I wasted my time and money on this book
Nalmetus
I'm a huge Patterson fan, love both his Alex Cross and Michael Bennett series. This book was enjoyable for the most part, but boy howdy did the ending flop! The book had several story lines going, and I fully expected some of them to turn out to be related and eventually woven together to give you that holy cow moment, but it never happened. The book was basically lacking in a conclusion or resolution. The story about one of his daughters was rather pointless and added nothing to the book. There were so many promising starts but no finishes. Like so many authors who have written a whole raft of books with the same main characters, especially those with co-writers, they just seem to run out of steam and should either step up the writing and ideas or end the series. This could and should have been a much more satisfying book.
This book looked like the authors pulled topics in the following manner: one from Column A - two from Column B and three from Column Z. It appears that it was just thrown together - with the thought that it would sell, as long as James Patterson's name was on it.

The characters were not developed at all. The introduction of cannibalism as a topic was disgusting, nauseating and irrelevant and did not enhance the story. It appeared that the authors simply grabbed this topic for the sake of novelty and threw it into to the mix of this garbage salad that it called BURN.

We read this in our book club and the hostess who selected this book began the meeting with an apology for having selected this fiasco. Not one of our ten members disagreed with her....bummer!

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