Private India: City on Fire - James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi

Private India: City on Fire

By James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-11-11
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 290 Ratings)

Private India: City on Fire James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi read online review & book description:

When Jack Morgan opens a branch of Private in Mumbai, a mysterious killer threatens to destroy the agency-and the city-from the inside out.
When Jack Morgan opens the Mumbai branch of Private, the world's most elite detective agency, he hands the reins to top agent Santosh Wagh. Now, in this teeming metropolis of over thirteen million people where the guilty have everywhere to hide, Santosh goes on the hunt for one elusive killer: a killer who is targeting seemingly unconnected women and placing strange objects at their death scenes in a series of chilling rituals.
As the Private team races to find a link that will lead them to the next victim, an unseen menace threatens to destroy the agency from within-and plunge the city into chaos. With countless lives hanging in the balance, Santosh must confront the demons of his past . . . before Private India meets an explosive end.

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Posted Reviews

  • Awful

    By DavidH!
    Could barely read the entire thing. So not like the normal James Patterson books.
  • Private India City on Fire

    By CAmcrap
    I am having the hardest time "getting into" this book. I have started it three times - I keep putting it down. I guess I just don't like it! Sorry James Patterson, or whoever wrote it. Carolyn Mooney Finally, and it's been almost one week, I am on page 380- I am literally skimming through pages just to finish this book. I have been such a Patterson fan - this book just might change things. What a drag.
  • Too many characters, too many subplots, too little satisfaction

    By agentsparky
    A weak entry in the Private series. Not nearly up to the standard set by other offerings. Fine, you learn some factoids about Indian culture and religion, a short tour of the sites, neighborhoods and roadways of Mumbai but in this novel that local presence is forced on a wandering, complex plot that mercifully brings together many threads in a thumping and meaningless finale.
  • Awful!

    By BrianL99
    For Patterson to attach his name to this book, cheapens his franchise to a new low. Sooner or later, readers will figure out that using 3rd rate authors and simply attaching the Patterson name, isn't enough to produce a decent story. This book is pablum of the lowest order.

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