Manhunt by James Patterson

Manhunt

Michael Bennett, be grateful you're alive.Someone attacked the Thanksgiving Day Parade directly in front of Michael Bennett and his family. The television news called it "holiday terror"--Michael Bennett calls it personal. The hunt is on.......

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Manhunt Reviews

  • Christine D

    If you love Michael Bennett half as much as I do, you will enjoy this.

    And I loooooooove my Michael Bennett. It's the only James Patterson series I read in earnest. Everything else of his for me is a no go.

    that being said, it may be a little too soon to use the ripped from the headlines plot of terrorists using vehicles to mow down innocent civilians but it's the world in which we live, unfortunately.

  • Liz

    A short story (and therefore a very quick read) featuring Michael Bennett. The beginning was very powerful and sadly, very topical. I liked the interaction between the characters too.

  • Wendy

    I usually always enjoy the Michael Bennett series. I love reading about his huge family. This book just didn't hit home like the others. It didn't seem to end right, it was abrupt and kind of dull.

  • Linda

    Always a treat to read a Michael Bennett story. The characters are interesting as the plot thickens. Can't wait for the next book.

  • Wendy Venza

    Disappointing ending. I love the Michael Bennett and Family series. This one had a nice flow but such an abrupt non-ending.

  • Elena

    Not entirely sure what this book was about. I wish Patterson would stick to what he knows, Alex Cross and a filled out Michael Bennett. Oh, and the Women's Murder Club. He's branching off way too much and this book is proof.

  • Mark

    Another good read from James Patterson in his Bookshots format, so a fairly quick read.

    This one slots in to his Michael Bennett series.

    As it's a short story, there is hardly any room for family development (as there usually is in this series) so it's missing that aspect, but otherwise it's standard Michael Bennett.

    He's involved (with his family) in a terrorist truck attack on the Thanksgiving parade in New York and after the attack, the story tells of tracking down the person responsible. Becaus

    Another good read from James Patterson in his Bookshots format, so a fairly quick read.

    This one slots in to his Michael Bennett series.

    As it's a short story, there is hardly any room for family development (as there usually is in this series) so it's missing that aspect, but otherwise it's standard Michael Bennett.

    He's involved (with his family) in a terrorist truck attack on the Thanksgiving parade in New York and after the attack, the story tells of tracking down the person responsible. Because of the terrorist angle Michael is working with the FBI and with a Russian woman who has some insight into the attackers.

    If you like the Michael Bennett series, you'll like this one, but may be wishing it was a full-length story like all the others.

  • Marybeth Lapilla

    As always this Michael Bennett book was great. It made me remember being young and going to the Thanksgiving parade. I love the fact that his family always come first. I wish Mike and Mary Catherine would finally get married and that his son would come home. As always I look forward to the next installment.

  • Laura Rash

    This started out with a rocket start but slowly dribbled down to a dull, flat ending.

  • Amber Garabrandt

    Loved this book. I decided to add my review to this book with three other Patterson novels in a read-a-thon post on my blog,

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