James Patterson, Howard Roughan
Read by David Patrick Kelly
September 27, 2010/ ISBN 1607882345
by Brenda Weeaks
"Justice is blind."
Imagine sitting down to a delicious meal at New York's Lombardo's
Steak House, rubbing elbows with celebrities and suddenly in the
midst of clinking wine glasses and clatter of silverware you hear
the screams of a man – and witness his eyes being expertly
sliced right out of their sockets.
Patterson has the most unforgettable, grisly ways of starting his
novels. And yet I keep reading. In this case, I thought "who
in the world!?"; "why?!"
The victim is Vincent, a mob lawyer. Is it a hit? Or revenge? Will
"A job to die for."
Reporter Nick Daniels is our hero this time around. Within days
he goes from a deadly drive in Africa to a chance of life-time interview
with retired baseball player to a prime spot in a murder mystery.
Nick didn't just happen to be at the next murder, he was actually
invited and didn't know it. Now he's stuck on a ride he can't get
Don't Blink is a compelling, frightening thriller. Patterson
and Roughan offer action, twists and turns, and more to keep the
pages turning or in my case the ipod playing.
The audio version really brings the graphic scenes to life so remember
Howard Roughan is the co-author of two other Patterson thrillers:
He is also the author of The
Promise of a Lie and The
Up and Comer.