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Confessions of a Murder Suspect, a thriller by James Patterson, is on sale for 75% less than the regular price on Amazon. Below is more information about this book. Buy this novel on Amazon today before this deep discount disappears.
In The Store by James Patterson, when Jacob and Megan Brandeis plan to expose a secretive and evil corporation, the fallout threatens to destroy them. Below my video review of this thriller by James Patterson. Watch my review and buy a copy of The Store on Amazon. Enjoy!
Earlier this week, James Patterson, the world’s best-selling author, released his long-awaited autobiography. The next day, Stuart Woods, also a #1 New York Times best-selling author, released his autobiography. Apparently, it’s the week for thriller writers to release their life’s story. I finished listening to James Patterson’s memoir, which is narrated by the author, within just a few days of its release. How is it? Read on for my review.
Today, the world’s best-selling author, James Patterson, released his autobiography. James Patterson by James Patterson is also available as an audiobook narrated by — wait for it — James Patterson! I had the pleasure of meeting Patterson in 2015 when he was honored at the National Book Awards, and he was delightful. Read on for more details about James Patterson’ autobiography.
On June 7, 2016, I reported that James Patterson, the world’s best-selling author, set out to start a revolution in the publishing industry with the launch of his BookShots line. These bite-sized books were marketed as being 150 pages or less and they were priced at $4.99. Patterson said, at the time, that he had 117 ready to go and planned on releasing 50 in 2016. As of right now, only 66 have been published over the past 16 months and there hasn’t been a new thriller in the line since December 2017’s Avalanche. With all signs pointing to this revolution not succeeding you might be wondering, why didn’t BookShots take off the way James Patterson had hoped? Let’s take a look.