[Ebook] ↠ Unsolved (Invisible, #2) Author James Patterson – Diclofenac16.us

Unsolved (Invisible, #2) FBI Agent Emmy Dockery Is Absolutely Relentless She S Young And Driven, And Her Unique Skill At Seeing Connections Others Miss Has Brought Her An Impressive String Of Arrests But A Shocking New Case Unfolding Across The Country Has Left Her Utterly Baffled The Victims All Appear To Have Died By Accident, And Have Seemingly Nothing In Common But This Many Deaths Can T Be Coincidence And The Killer Is Somehow One Step Ahead Of Every Move Dockery Makes HowTo FBI Internal Affairs Special Agent, Harrison Books Bookman, Everyone In The FBI Is A Suspect Particularly Emmy Dockery The Fact That She S His Ex Wife Doesn T Make It Easier But Someone Else Is Watching Dockery Studying, Learning, Waiting Until It S The Perfect Time To Strike.

[Ebook] ↠ Unsolved (Invisible, #2)  Author James Patterson – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 480 pages
  • Unsolved (Invisible, #2)
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 9780316419826

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ Unsolved (Invisible, #2) Author James Patterson – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    James Patterson collaborates with David Ellis one of the authors who is able to keep his pieces on track for this sequel that will chill the reader almost as much as the original piece Emmy Dockery is back, still licking the wounds after having blown the lid off a serial killer who masked his crimes under the radar, but she refuses to rest Seeing links in apparent accidental deaths, Emmy is connecting dots and trying to make a case that a new serial killer is on the loose However, her superiors at the FBI refuse to listen and want her to keep the investigation where it belongs, on the back burner and during her downtime For now, Emmy is tasked with helping to crack a case that has the country talking, the nighttime bombings by Citizen David, an anonymous activist trying to representing the little guy With news leaking to the public through a keen reporter, all eyes turn to Emmy as the one fuelling that fire Emmy s fianc , Harrison Books Bookman, has taken a step away from his past with the Feds and is working in a bookstore, trying to keep her from getting too far off the beaten path, though failing miserably As the Citizen David investigation heats up, a killer lurks in the shadows, one who has been committing crimes that Emmy is discovering, though no one is ye...


  2. says:

    This is the second book in this series, and although I somehow missed the first Invisible , I ve now vowed not to miss any For one thing, David Ellis is perhaps my favorite of prolific James Patterson s co authors for another, this one is plenty good enough to keep me interested.The star of the show is FBI data analyst Emmy Dockery, who is almost insanely intent on tracking down serial killers But while I liked her, it was her on again, off again main squeeze, former FBI agent Harrison Books Bookman, who won me over big time Appropriately for his name, I guess, he owns a bookstore that s struggling to make it, having had his fill of the stressful FBI life Emmy, though, has no such illusions she s been seriously scarred both physically and mentally detailed, no doubt, in that first book But rather than making her shy away from danger, her life experiences have turned her into an even determined seeker of justice Unfortunately, it s also costing her any semblance of a personal life.Unbeknownst to Books or the FBI, Emmy has been trying to identify the still on the loose serial killer of her twin sister, Marta for some time now But officially, she s tasked with finding a killer dubbed Citizen David someone who s hell bent on championing the downtrodden Along the way, it appears someone is leaking information to the media since the reporter happens to be a friend of Emmy s, certai...


  3. says:

    This book co authored by Patterson and Ellis is one of the better ones that Patterson has put out in recent years The plot was well thought out and the characters were fully developed This was a good story that kept you guessing


  4. says:

    I am a pretty avid reader of James Patterson However, for the purposes of honesty, I get his books from the library because I don t find him good enough to buy and keep in my library He s mind candy simple, fast paced, detective and mystery oriented adventures that can be read in about two to three days and easily left behind Nice escapism, but nothing super memorable.UNSOLVED is the second book in the Emmy Dockery series and a follow up to INVISIBLE also co written with David Ellis , published back in June, 2014 In the first book, failing FBI research analyst, Emmy Dockery, was on the hunt for a serial killer who killed her beloved sister However, Emmy s not a team player and no one wants to work with her Not even her ex fianc e and former FBI field investigator, Books Bookman, leader of her investigation team By the end of the book, Emmy s independent spirit helps her barely survive and help capture one of the most prolific serial killers in the United States.UNSOLVED starts about 18 months following Emmy s escape from death, along with he...


  5. says:

    It as impressed with this one as much as Invisible It seemed a bit repetitive in its storyline but with just a different type of crime Tho as far as new releases from JP this one and Invisible are better than a lot he s released of late More like his original works.


  6. says:

    This was one of the better books I have read by James Patterson in a while I grabs you and you think you know what happened and then you go farther and think no, this is what happenedand then who knew Really a good read


  7. says:

    I listened to Invisible in audio book in 2017 and I remember liking the idea behind the book, and the flow of it, but feeling like the characters and their interactions needed work That said, I was interested to see where the sequel, Unsolved, would take me I love that we saw of Emmy, a much broken Emmy but also one that is self aware and less of a user She is still running her own crusades and not acting in the healthiest of manners, but you understand it better here The time you spend with Emmy, the you root for her you can t help yourself I also loved Books, I feel like I got a better understanding of him here and their relationship seemed real broken, but real You got time with Emmy s suspect, and I do like that Now there were some side stories, one being Citizen David an activist terrorist depending on your viewpoint I feel like this could have been done better It often seemed to be a second thought, far less important that what no one wanted Emmy to look at Even the fact Citizen David seems to know every step the FBI is taking like he has an inside man isn t enough for it to be on equal footing with Emmy s suspect I guess I just felt like it wasn ...


  8. says:

    I give very very few 5 star ratings To me 3 stars means good 4 very good and a 5 is excellent Awww love David Ellis I have read over 100 of JP s novels and sorry to say have been disappointed with some of the newer foul mouth novels But this is a WINNER I went back and checked my comments of novels of JP with co author Ellis and my comments have been great Guilty Wives was one of m...


  9. says:

    A satisfying novel written extremely well, maybe to good because I considered getting a German Shepherd after The book will take some time to get through but is very fascinating and believable Not a novel for scaredy cats.


  10. says:

    I read this book in 3 sittings and thought it was much better then the first book, Invisible I had to skip pages of Invisible because of the violence and torture Although this book was a thriller it did not delve into those areas, thank goodness If you are looking for a ...

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