Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Review: Lost by: James Patterson

Title: Lost
Author: James Patterson & James O. Born
Publisher: Little Brown & Co
Format: Hardcover (352 p.)
Source: Personal Purchase


Detective Tom Moon and his multi-talented team face off against an international crime ring looking to seize control of America's most vibrant city, Miami.

The city of Miami is Detective Tom Moon's back yard. He's always kept it local, attending University of Miami on a football scholarship, and, as a Miami PD officer, protecting the city's most vulnerable.

Now, as the new leader of an FBI task force called "Operation Guardian," it's his mission to combat international crime. Moon's investigative team discovers that the opportunistic "Blood Brothers" -- Russian nationals Roman and Emile Rostoff -- have evaded authorities while building a vast, powerful, and deadly crime syndicate throughout Europe and metropolitan Miami.

Moon played offense for U of M, but he's on the other side of the field this time. And as the Rostoffs zero in on a target dear to Tom, they're not playing by anyone's rules. 

My Thoughts: 

Detective Moon has his work cut out for him as he finds himself with a bunch of kids and having to break up human trafficking.  This brings him from Miami, Florida to Amsterdam.  He's determined to bring down the Blood Brothers Roman and Emile Rostoff who are known for doing all sorts of really bad things.

I love this book it was fast moving and you learn about the main character besides just his work life.  It was such a fabulous thrill ride to go on.  Definitely hang on to your hats you never know where Patterson will take you!

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