Book Review: Private India (Private #8) by James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi

A serial killer appears to be killing women in a ritualistic manner and leaving the body with props, but what do his victims have in common? Private India’s elite team of investigators are called in for their discretion and their specialised resources. However, apart from these atrocious murders, the Mumbai underworld may be aiding a terrorist group which could cost thousands of lives. Will Santosh and his team stop the killing on time?

This is the first book in this series I have read and I found it to be a cross between a Bollywood film and CSI. The pace was fast, the plot intriguing and many, many twists and dramatic revelations. Would I read another Private India book? Yes. Would I read more from the Private series? Definitely.

A great high octane crime thriller as always from Patterson and his team.

Links to Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Goodreads

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4 thoughts on “Book Review: Private India (Private #8) by James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi

  1. I have yet to read a James Patterson novel, but I think I may give this one a try. I like high paced, high octane plots. Thank you for your review. I recently completed a review for author Sheila Dalton on my blog, Historical Fiction Addicts. It was a fun thing to do, review a book for an author. Do you do many?

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