Book Review: Along Came a Spider

Along came a spider is the first book in the Alex Cross series by James Patterson.

Alex Cross is a detective and psychologist who investigates homicides. The decision is made that he and his partner are put onto the kidnapping case of two children of highly important public figures.

The kidnapper is Gary Soneji, a vicious serial killer who wants to keep out doing his last crime. He is a master of disguises and seems to fool everyone around him. Well apart from Alex Cross maybe.

I was a bit worried that Alex having a relationship suddenly start would over shadow the case but it didn’t and you will realise it was necessary if you read the book.

It is a fantastic start to a series and I can’t wait to read more thoughts from Alex Cross.

For the massive twist at the end I never saw coming and I won’t ruin it for anyone who hasn’t read it I give it 5/5



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