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1999 "First Edition" stated; Little, Brown and Company publishers, Boston, New York; hardbound with ebony boards and silver lettering on spine; very good condition of book, appears unread; looks like smaller sticker was removed inside cover; dust jacket very good.

 

Description -

Pop Goes the Weasel (1999) is the fifth novel in the Alex Cross series written by James Patterson.

 

Plot -

The book begins by introducing the villain, Geoffrey Shafer. He is a well-dressed and wealthy man who lives in Kalorama, Washington, D.C. and drives a Jaguar XJ12. In the beginning, he rushes into oncoming traffic causing a commotion, before a police officer pulls him over and asks him for some identification. This is when the reader finds out he is a British Diplomat who has diplomatic immunity.

As Geoffrey feels he is losing control, he decides to play a fantasy game called the Four Horsemen, in which he takes on the character of Death. As the game begins, he drives to the red light district, picks up a prostitute and e-mails the other Horsemen...

Pop Goes The Weasel by James Patterson

SKU: BS37p
$24.00Price