Private Moscow opening lines: “Remember dunker training at Pendleton?” There was a smile pinned to Karl Parker’s face, but his eyes made a liar of his mouth.
Jack Morgan is a Marine through and through. And despite no longer serving his country, he will always be a patriot. So it makes no sense when he is accused of killing his friend, and working for the Russians. With so much at stake, the world needs to believe this. And Jack is out to prove himself innocent, no matter the cost.
Jack Morgan is battling to uncover a conspiracy that leads him all the way to Russia in the heart-stopping new thriller in the bestselling Private series.On a cold January morning, Jack Morgan stands inside the New York Stock Exchange with his former US Marine comrade whose company is being launched onto the market, eagerly awaiting the opening bell. But before the bell rings, a bullet rips through the air and finds its mark. In the aftermath of the murder, the victim’s wife hires Jack to find the killer. As the head of Private, Jack has at his disposal the world’s largest investigation agency. What he discovers shakes him to his core.Jack identifies another murder in Moscow that appears to be linked. So he heads to Russia, and begins to uncover a conspiracy that could have global consequences. With powerful forces plotting against him, will Jack Morgan make it out alive?
This is the 15th installment of the Private series of books. Each one I have read has been a great cliff hanger. Full of suspense and intrigue, and travel.
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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4 thoughts on “Private Moscow, James Patterson”
James Patterson is a good writer, Tandy. This sounds very interesting.
This is a good series.
great opening line. I did not know that there were series with the co-authored Patterson book. I just each one was a one-off. This sounds like a good series…
I have enjoyed this series!