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ISBN:
0394542754
Author:
Richard North Patterson
Category:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Random House Inc (September 1, 1985)
Pages:
322 pages
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1409 kb
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1833 kb
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1506 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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339


Richard North Patterson seems destined for celebrity status, alongside Scott Turow and John Grisham, as an. .Enthrallin. compelling read. The Washington Post Book World. Thrillin. rivate Screening succeeds on all counts.

Richard North Patterson seems destined for celebrity status, alongside Scott Turow and John Grisham, as an acknowledged master. The Outside Man. Rich, complex, beautifully written. A classic detective story. It’s a footrace of a read, daring you to put it down. Richard North Patterson. For my mother and father

I have read a few of Richard North Patterson's novels, and I picked this one up expecting a similar enjoyable story

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. I have read a few of Richard North Patterson's novels, and I picked this one up expecting a similar enjoyable story. The main character in this particular book, Tony Lord, is an attorney and the story evolves in several stages as Lord defends the killer of a Presidential candidate, then becomes involved in a kidnapping and ransom mystery related to the earlier killing.

Richard North Patterson. Terri's ex husband, Ricky, is determined to destroy them both and instigates a child custody battle for Terri's four-year old daughter, accusing Terri of neglect and Paget's teenage son of sexual molestation. A young man has been murdered. His girlfriend, twenty-two-year-old Brett Allen, is found at the scene of the crime.

Private Screening book. I have read many of RIchard north Patterson's books and they have always kept my interest. I really like his new character Tony Lord and enjoyed all the twists and turns this book offered

Private Screening book. I really like his new character Tony Lord and enjoyed all the twists and turns this book offered. Richard North Patterson sits on my list of top authors along with Ed McBain, Ginger Scott, Debbie Macomber, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and a few non-fiction writers.

Private Screening, by Richard North Patterson (read 23 May 2012) This is the fourth book by this author I have read. Richard North Patterson was born in Berkeley, California on February 22, 1947. For awhile I thought it would be the best one-I was hugely enthralled by his. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1968 and Case Western Reserve University's School of Law in 1971. and San Francisco; and was the SEC's liaison to the Watergate special prosecutor. He watched Shriver intently, as if comparing what he heard to what he knew. He watched Shriver intently, as if comparing what he heard to what he knew aced in Vietnam ran through Shriver’s testimony. So your opinion, Lord summarized, is that service in Vietnam changed Harry Carson. It’s like a fault line-before and after are two different people. There’s no clue in his childhood or adolescence to what he’s become. Does that apply to shooting Senator Kilcannon?.

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I bought this book because I read Silent Witness by Richard North Patterson and really liked it. There was an excerpt in the back from Private Screening which sounded interesting and said was had the same charactor, Tony Lord. I wanted to know more about him and his life before Silent Witness. Private Screening was a little hard to follow as it jumped around providing background to the story, but which I understood later. I really liked this story, Phoenix was a scary figure and I wanted to know who he was. The characters where interesting, I would recommend this book.

Patterson graduated in 1968 from Ohio Wesleyan University and has been awarded that school’s Distinguished Achievement Citation and his national fraternity’s Alumni Achievement Award.

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Examines the media and its control of life in America in a story of suspense and murder surrounding Stacy Tarrant, superstar rock singer, James Kilcannon, U.S. senator, Tony Lord, defense attorney, and Phoenix, a masked terrorist
  • Purestone
I found the story a bit hard to follow. Although there are clearly indicated chapters, section breaks within chapters are missing. As a result, the transitions from line to line are jarring. For example, in one sentence Tony Lord is talking with Stacy. The very next sentence begins with the pronoun "she," and refers to Alexis interacting with the kidnapper. There are no extra spaces or symbols to signal the transition (this happened throughout the book), so I frequently had to go back and re-read to figure out what was going on. Also, there are sections of the book that seem to be completely misplaced within chapters. Basically, it's such a mess that it was difficult to enjoy what could have an engaging story.
  • Whitescar
I'm giving it 5 stars because I was captivated from the beginning. When I start reading Patterson's books I try to anticipate the story line and find that I never can! This book was no different. I read this in two days because I was so caught up in it. Read this one and then all the others. You'll be glad you did!
  • Unsoo
I started out not liking this story at all but I kept going and the plots developed well. Really changed my opinion the more I read. I actually had the final plot figured out , but not the extra twist that was involved. I have enjoyed several of this author's books but had never read this particular one. It was a very good read.
  • Froststalker
This is an old book, but I used to debate the Vietnam war so I was interested in the book. I ALWAYS learn something when I read one of his books. He has a clear understanding of issues but writes his historical fictions with a plot so that they are easy to read and follow.

Had the book not been so old, I would have given it a 4 1/2 star review.
  • Adrielmeena
It's amazing to me that such a convoluted story can be imagined and placed on paper. I am constantly amazed by the mind of this author. This was not as fabulous as most of his other novels and now I have read them all, but nevertheless the story was compelling once all of the characters were developed and I was involved in the story. I highly recommend any of this author's books, though I would not suggest a reader begin with this one. I think "Eyes of a Child" would be the best one to begin with.
  • Lilegha
R.N.P. Is one of my favorite authors and this is different from any other of his that I have read. That being said, I found it gripping, exciting and intriguing. The further I got into the book the more I could not put it down. I have already purchased the next in the series.
  • Flarik
A great intertwining story of f success, failure, greed, deceit and death. Not hard to figure out before the ending and some parts were a bit boring and slow. Overall, it was a good read.
This manages to incorporate theatrics, politics, murder, kidnapping, wartime horrors and courtroom gymnastics leading to a startling finish. Even if you think you have it all figured out, you will still be surprised with the quirky twists at the end. An exciting read.