One of the most popular authors of today, James Patterson, is best known for his several series and characters that have stood the test of time, such as Alex Cross, the Women’s Murder Club, Michael Bennett, Maximum Ride, Middle School, I Funny, and Jacky Ha-Ha. The goal of Patterson’s writing career has been to show everyone—from young readers to adults—that there is no such thing as a person who “doe not like to read;” rather, there are only readers who have not yet discovered the proper book. He has donated more than a million books to students, more than forty million dollars to assist education and more than 5,000 teacher college scholarships. He works as a full-time writer and raises his family in Florida.
Here are some of James Patterson’s books to start your reading journey.
For the Avid Readers: Red Alert
A fatal explosion occurs during a fundraiser in a room filled with New York’s elite. The A-listers the NYPD Red task force was created to safeguard may be accountable for the destruction of an unbelievable scale, they learn as they conduct their investigation. Get it for the Patterson enthusiast in your life to show them how kind you are.
For First-Time Readers: Along Came A Spider
The first novel in Patterson’s most well-known series, Alex Cross, where each book is borderline obsessive, is Along Came a Spider. This classic thriller is gripping and unpredictable, making it the ideal location to start reading his work. A brilliant forensic psychologist is pitted against a dangerous serial killer that the FBI and Secret Service cannot outwit—even with him in custody—in the movie’s opening scenes, which centers on the kidnapping of a famous actress’s daughter, a politician’s son.
For the Non-Fiction Fans: The Murder Of King Tut
James Patterson is well recognized for his captivating novels, but he occasionally dabbles with nonfiction writing. Examine one of the oldest unresolved mysteries through the prism of Howard Carter’s difficult finding of the pharaoh’s underground tomb. The plot still has all the intrigue, passion, and betrayal of the best James Patterson thrillers, even though it may be true.
For the Treu Crime Junkies: Filthy Rich
It is the real-life account of Jeffrey Epstein, a successful financial entrepreneur who lost favor because of his preference for young girls. The girls who worked in Epstein’s house, the police who were looking into the allegations, and Epstein himself are all discussed in this book.
For Continuous Readers: The Injustice
Theo’s Twitter account remained private until a user shared a viral picture that caused him to be banned. To figure out who set them up, he teams up with Sasha, who was also expelled for a crime she didn’t commit. Even his best friend from his family cannot be ruled out as a suspect.
For Fait in Fiction Readers: Woman of God
This book is a made-up thriller about a lady who might or might not succeed Pope Benedict XVI. The protagonist, Brigid, is a remarkable lady for whom faith has never come naturally. A Sudanese civil war, drug dens, powerful lawyers, Boston churches, and a developing Catholic church are the backdrop to this. Contact us to learn more.