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Private Berlin by James Patterson

Private Berlin (edition 2013)

by James Patterson, Mark Sullivan

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Title:Private Berlin
Authors:James Patterson
Other authors:Mark Sullivan
Info:Little, Brown and Company (2013), Hardcover, 448 pages
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Intrique and horror fill this mystery for Private Berlin and lead investigator, Mattie Engel. One of James Patterson's best made even better by the narrators, especially the man who does the evil Falk -Ari Fliakos. ( )
  ZachMontana | Mar 27, 2016 |
One of the better "Private" books. Patterson books overall have gotten a little cookie-cutter, but they're extremely quick reads, and this one isn't bad. ( )
  biggs1399 | Jan 19, 2016 |
Another good James Patterson page turner! Takes place in Berlin, of course. ( )
  sandra.k.heinzman | Apr 2, 2015 |
Another good James Patterson page turner! Takes place in Berlin, of course. ( )
  sandra.k.heinzman | Apr 2, 2015 |
Another good James Patterson page turner! Takes place in Berlin, of course. ( )
  sandra.k.heinzman | Apr 2, 2015 |
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For the thousands who tried to escape over the wall, and the hundreds that died in the attempt.
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At ten o'clock on a moonless September evening, Chris Schneider slipped toward a long-abandoned building on the outskirts of Berlin, his mind whirling with dark images and old vows.
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Private, the world's most respected investigation firm, has branches around the world, each staffed with the smartest, fastest, and most advanced agents, who have cutting-edge forensic tools that not even the most powerful governments possess.

At Private Berlin, agent Chris Schneider has disappeared. Chris had taken a secretive personal leave and hadn't spoken to anyone from the office in days. The Private team retraces his footsteps to the cases he was investigating before his disappearance: a billionaire suspected of cheating on his wife, a world-famous soccer player accused of throwing games, and the owner of a seedy nightclub. They were the last people to see Chris--and they're all suspects. And someone is lying.

The Private team is led to an abandoned Nazi slaughterhouse where all hope vanishes. As Private digs further into Chris's past, a terrifying history is revealed, and they begin to suspect that someone very dangerous and very depraved is responsible for Chris's disappearance. And he's not finished in Berlin.
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The Berlin office of the world's most renowned investigation firm looks into the disappearance of an agent, Chris Schneider, whose last case involved an unfaithful billionaire, a cheating soccer player and a seedy nightclub owner.

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