Cat & Mouse (Alex Cross Novels) by James Patterson
By James Patterson
Alex move is back-and so is a raging and suicidal Gary Soneji. Out of legal and loss of life from the AIDS virus he shrunk there, he'll get revenge on go earlier than he dies. moreover, we're brought to a brand new pair of opponents whose paths move that of Alex and Soneji. Thomas Augustine Pierce has been chasing his demon, Mr. Smith, because the savage homicide of his fiancee. Mr. Smith is a distinct monster, with activities towards his sufferers so insane-so unimaginable-that he's regarded as "not of the earth." Pierce, recognized within the company as St. Augustine due to his music list for catching killers and his priceless prestige to the FBI and Interpol, will even be larger than Cross.When issues warmth up and Alex is in a near-death coma following an assault in his own residence, Pierce is going to Washington to assist with the research. yet simply as he starts off to piece jointly the secret of the way Gary Soneji may have mortally wounded move after he used to be believed to be useless, he's summoned to Paris with a postcard from Mr. Smith inviting him to a truly distinct killing.The physique count number is excessive, the strain the top, and the 2 killers at the free are observing each movement their pursuers make. who's the cat, and who's the mouse? What and the place is the ultimate catch? And who survives?
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He’s got himself trapped in there. Purposely trapped! ” Sampson asked as we came up the front doors. “Worries me, too,” I said. Why had Gary Soneji called n Why would he effectively trap himself in Union Station? Sampson and I slipped into the lobby of Union Station. I shooting from the balcony — from up high somewhere — si denly started up again. We both went down flat on the floor Had Soneji already seen us? Chapter 10 I KEPT iny head low as my eyes scanned the huge and portentous train-station lobby I was desperately looking for Soneji.
Si was pouring down the uniformed cop’s face to the rolls of f his neck. He was only a few feet inside one of the doorwal the front lobby He was breathing hard. ” I asked as Sampson and I slid down be] the table. He nodded, grunted something, but I didn’t be] him. His eyes were open wide with fear. I suspected he’d n been involved with a sniper either. ” I asked the uniform. ” “Hard to tell. ” He pointed to the south balcony that ran above the line of doorways at the front of Union Station. Nobody was u the doors now.
The body still hadn’t been found, not to this day. He was Charles Starkweather; he was Bruno Richard Hauptmann; he was Charlie Whitman. Except that he was much smarter than any of them; and he wasn’t crazy like them. He had even appropriated a name for himself: Soneji, pronounced Soh-nee-gee. The name had seemed scary to him even at thirteen or fourteen. It still did. Starkweather, Hauptmann, Whitman, Soneji. He had been shooting rifles since he was a boy in the deep, dark woods surrounding Princeton, NewJersey During the past year, he’d done more shooting, more hunting, more practicing than ever before.