Private Berlin

Private Berlin

Book - 2013
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The Berlin office of the world's most renowned investigation firm looks into the disappearance of an agent, Chris Schneider, whose last case involved an unfaithful billionaire, a cheating soccer player and a seedy nightclub owner.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Co., 2013
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780316211178
0316211176
Characteristics: 432, 5 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Sullivan, Mark T.

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vhuber
May 28, 2016

Book 4

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rahmmie
Nov 15, 2015

You've read one, you've read them all. Definitely do not recommend

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synchdoc
Mar 02, 2014

This book moves along at a fast pace, drawing you into the story and keeping you on the edge of your seat. Well read. Highly recommended. Lots of bodies, typical James Patterson.

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Eil_1
Jan 01, 2014

A great read from Patterson and Mark Sullivan.Non-stop action with twists and turns that keep you turning the pages. Highly recommended.

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wilqser
Aug 22, 2013

Crime story about the efforts of "Private Berlin" - an investigation agency- and the German Police to track down a serial killer who may be involved with the murder of people who previously presided in a torture camp and then an Orphanage. The story takes place 20 yrs after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the atrocites the GDR ( the ruling party) committed then. Easy flowing written stories; not very hard to follow. Passable.

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cmb8
Jul 06, 2013

better than private london- read faster

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sea1
May 31, 2013

how long is the book ?????????
no long downloading from overdrive

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nitetraino
Apr 05, 2013

This is an excellent and well done novel of suspense with a heinous villan. The only drawback for me is the whiney 9 year old. 8 of 10 stars

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McCReader
Apr 02, 2013

Thoroughly enjoyed!

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picturistic
Mar 25, 2013

I liked it! It was better then Private London.

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marciemcgowan63
Jun 11, 2013

In the past decade, Schneider had come to believe it might never happen, that his past had not only disappeared, it had died, and with it the chance to exact true payback for himself and the others.

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marciemcgowan63
Jun 11, 2013

He hesitated, staring at the silhouette of the building, recalling some of the horror that he’d felt coming here for the first time, and realizing that he’d been waiting almost three decades for this moment.

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