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by Mark Sullivan,Paul Panting,James Patterson

Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Subcategory: Suspense and Thriller
Author: Mark Sullivan,Paul Panting,James Patterson
ISBN: 1611131278
ISBN13: 978-1611131277
Language: English
Publisher: Sound Library; Unabridged edition (February 1, 2012)
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I picked up Private Games after reading most of Patterson's other books and in fact enjoying the Private series. What I quickly found is that the original Private book was by far the best and the rest have been sort of ok but not great knock-offs of the original.

I picked up Private Games after reading most of Patterson's other books and in fact enjoying the Private series. This book is not surprisingly about a man who attempts and is succesful in creating havoc at the upcoming London Olympic games.

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2016) (Book 12 in the Private series) A novel by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

2016) (Book 12 in the Private series) A novel by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan. Two years ago Jack Morgan was in Rio consulting on security for the World Cup. The tournament went without a hitch. Until a man died in one of the executive hospitality suites during the final, and the autopsy showed the cause to be a rare and deadly virus.

Private, the world's most renowned investigation firm, has been commissioned to provide security for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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Private Games" by James Patterson is about a detective agency named 'Private' and a detective in the agency named Knight. Knight is a man who's wife died after giving birth to his now 4 year old twins. The story begins with the murder of Knight's soon-to-be step-father, accompanied by a note regarding the 2012 Olympic Games in London. It becomes a race Downloaded from Audible. Initially, I wanted to just write "ho-hum" but it was a little better than that.

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By: James Patterson, Mark Pearson. Novella in the Private/Jack Morgan series. By Wayne on 02-18-17. Narrated by: Rupert Degas. Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins. 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. A killer who is targeting seemingly unconnected women and placing strange objects at their death scenes in a series of chilling rituals.

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Private, the world's most renowned investigation firm, has been commissioned to provide security for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Its agents are the smartest, fastest, and most technologically advanced on earth, and 400 of them have been transferred to London to protect more than 10,000 competitors who represent more than 200 countries. The opening ceremony is hours away when Private investigator and single father of twins Peter Knight is called to the scene of a ruthless murder. A high-ranking member of the Games organizing committee has been killed. It s clear to Peter that this wasn t a crime of passion but one of precise calculation. Newspaper reporter Karen Pope receives a letter from a person who calls himself Cronus, claiming responsibility for the murder. He promises to restore the Olympics to their ancient glory and to destroy all those who have ruined the Games with lies, corruption, and greed. Immediately Karen hires Private to examine the letter, and she and Peter uncover a criminal genius who won t stop until he's completely obliterated the modern Games. America's #1 storyteller ("Forbes") delivers an exhilarating, action-packed thriller that brings the splendor and emotion of the Olympics to a wildly powerful climax. "

Comments to eBook Private Games (Jack Morgan Series)
Corgustari
The worst written of the series. Tracks a new protagonist, Peter Knight, who is an oblivious and uncaring father, as well as a bad detective. The villain is always ahead of him, Jack Morgan is barely functional, and in a major sequence the day is saved by a bolt of lightning. Really a dog of a book.
Browelali
Having read the first two books in the Private series I was anticipatng a good read with this most recent one, Private Games. I have made it through to Chapter 9 and am really struggling. I agree with a previous reviewer that states they can tell that James Patterson did not write this one. The narrative style is completely different. I enjoyed the first two Private books and not just because they were set in L.A. The writing was quicker paced, the characters more enjoyable and the grittiness of the storylines made me want more. LEt's see if I can get through this one.
Iaiastta
I gave this 5 stars, because I have not been disappointed in this series. I have been a fan of James Patterson for alot of years, starting with " Along came a Spider" and " Kiss the Girls".
And have been hooked since, the library couldn't get his books fast enough for me to read them.
Private' s PI' s do alot of different security work and BOY OH do they get in predictaments. I have read this in 4 1/2 days I wanted to find out what was next and find myself up almost all night trying to find a place to stop. Then I find myself during the picking it up trying to watch a program on TV and read and the reading wins.
Jack the owner of Private is something, but PETER KNIGHT in London has a lot going on but dang he did a excellent job and the team he had to work with Outstanding! The one that got on my last nerve is the reporter POPE! I was surprised she didn't get her reckless butt hurt in this book. Although she did help with clues. You won't be disappointed
Glei
I picked up Private Games after reading most of Patterson's other books and in fact enjoying the Private series. What I quickly found is that the original Private book was by far the best and the rest have been sort of ok but not great knock-offs of the original.

This book is not surprisingly about a man who attempts and is succesful in creating havoc at the upcoming London Olympic games. Without giving away too much of the plot I will say that he does have a lot of help in the form of some bad individuals he had met in a previous NATO protection life. Peter Knight--who is employed by Private in London--is engaged to help bring down this man who calls himiself by an obscure Greek god's name--Cronus. In addition to Knight's problems stopping further death at the games, he has young twins who keep him on his toes and are in fact an interesting sub-plot addition to the story. A young newspaper reproter named Karen Pope is brought into the story by no doing of her own as Cronus continues to send her warnings of impending death and doom at the games. The book ends in what I would call very typical fashion with a duel to the end and a victor. I thought the book was ok but not great. It was not as fast paced as most Patterson thrillers and lacked a certain bite found in most of his other books.
Celace
I am a huge James Patterson fan so having to choke down this book was disappointing. It was hard to get into and the dialogue was almost juvenile. The story itself was moronic. I love to read and have read a lot of books and this one may be one of the worst I have ever read. If I had a choice on number of stars it would be zero.
Gigafish
I was ready to give up on James Patterson as the last few books I read of his have been paltry. This offering was better but was hardly an edge-of-the-seat read. The pace was good but there was no real suspense or anything that kept me guessing. I was disappointed in the ending, the villain seemed like a cop-out and a last minute ditch attempt at a twist in the tail. Unfortunately it didn't work out as intended. Also the final take-down of the villain was ridiculous and made no sense. Understandably it was meant to build suspense and allow the main character to be the ultimate hero, but it really was unrealistic. The book does make for a nice relaxing read with its short chapters and easy to read prose. The plot is also easy to keep track of if you break off for a few days. I doubt that I will read another book in the Private series though. If I could I would give this 2.5 stars but since I can't, 3 it is.
Bumand
Sometimes a Patterson novel is an engrossing experience in which the reader is unable to easily break from the story even for a meal. Sometimes, as in this case, the story can be put down easily but not picked up so readily next time. Having been in London several times, the description of locations was pleasant. I found the main character's interactions with his mother more of a drag, than engaging. Painful injuries aside, the main character comes through in the end and we're not disappointed with a wrapped up ending. I just wish I wasn't so pained after enduring the journey.
Liked this Patterson/Sullivan read that hit home with me where it concerned the corruption within the Olympic venues. I think we all have watched competitions where clearly the judges have favored one country's performer over another. In the back of your mind you can't help but wonder, was someone bribed? Were drugs involved? This covered all the bases but after reading Private just before this book, I felt it wasn't quite a well done. Still, enjoyed the book and some of the questions raised.
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