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Publisher's Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Jack and Jill by James Patterson, read by Ako Mitchell. 

Detective Alex Cross is stretched to breaking point as two killers hit Washington, DC. 

A controversial US Senator is found murdered in his Georgetown bed. On the other side of town, a beautiful little girl is found dead, savagely beaten. Alex Cross can’t solve both cases and is forced to make an impossible choice. 

No one in Washington is safe - but can Cross discover the truth before the killer sets their sights on the ultimate target? 

©2017 James Patterson (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

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Enjoy the books

I am Enjoyoing the books, was not that keen on the Narrator. He made Sampson sound like he was mentally challenged. Alex is a little too holier than thou, but that aside, a good listen.

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Loved It

Gripping novel and I can't wait for the next! I am completely hooked on the life of Alex Cross.

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  • Mrs. S. L. Bridge
  • 15-03-2020

Excellent narrator

Loved this book made all the better by an excellent narrator. I listen to my books in the car as I do a lot of driving and will sometimes sit outside my house waiting to finish the chapter.

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  • MAXINE PARK
  • 17-08-2019

Great narrator, exciting story

I read the first two Alex Cross books a long time ago and bought this on a whim, but have enjoyed it so much I am going to work through all in the series. It is very easy listening, good pace and I enjoyed the family and other relationships that run through the book. The narrator reminded me slightly of Morgan Freeman at times, which is never a bad thing!

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  • Basingclaire
  • 07-07-2021

Awful audio

What happened to the other reader. This new guy is awful and doesn’t pronounce the name of the bad guy right and don’t get me started on what he has done to John Sampson’s voice. Makes a 6ft 9 character sound like a weasel. The narrator has totally missed the point. Don’t do it! Read this one instead!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-02-2021

More twists than a cheap phone cord

Not sure why Donald Trump came to mind reading this? So did Homeland to be fair. Unpopular Presidents? Never!

Further Alex Cross stalking weirdos wanting their moment of making history. Where have all the 'normal' serial killers gone to?

Am entertaining, fast paced book giving you two cases for the price of one. You may think this storyline lacks credibility but alas that's the world we live in now.

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  • Lou
  • 08-10-2020

A thrilling twisty ride!

Asolutely loved the story from start to finish. I would highly recommend if you love a good thriller.

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  • Adanaya
  • 08-10-2020

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Mostly padding. Someone should have taken his camera away. iF i COULD BE BOTHERED i'D COUNT HOW MANY TIMES THE WORD 'SNAPSHOT' APPEARS. FAR TOO MANY. Added to that, Alex Cross is far too obviously bigheaded. Nobody likes a know it all, even in a self help book written by someone who really does.

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  • MRS MARIA A CASSELL
  • 06-09-2020

fantastic

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  • coops
  • 26-09-2019

excellent as always

beans struggling to get I to books recently but this one hooked me and couldn't put it down

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  • 14-09-2019

enjoyable

very discriptive as always and reader is great!

I never feel Alex cross had much influence on.the outcome of the cases. like in his absence the same would have resulted.

enjoyed all the same.

i can't imagine listening to it again.

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