Triple Cross - James Patterson

Triple Cross

By James Patterson

  • Release Date: 2022-10-31
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 1,511 Ratings


James Patterson's #1 bestselling hero Detective Alex Cross hunts down a serial killer who targets entire families—and who will next be coming for the Crosses. 
A precise killer, he always moves under the cover of darkness, flawlessly triggering no alarms, leaving no physical evidence.  
Cross and Sampson aren’t the only ones investigating.  
Also in on this most intriguing case is the world’s bestselling true-crime author, who sees patterns everyone else misses.
The writer, Thomas Tull, calls the Family Man murders the perfect crime story. He believes the killer may never be caught.  
Cross knows there is no perfect crime. And he’s going to hunt down the Family Man no matter what it takes.  
Until the Family Man decides to flip the narrative and bring down Cross and his family. 


  • Tremendous

    By Suddyz
    James Patterson’s book featuring Alex Cross never disappoint. Written with an abundance of detail that is the hallmark of every Alex Cross thriller.
  • Great Book

    By ANMD/Nan4
    Wow lots of twists and turns until the end. I didn’t figure out for sure who the killer was until the end. And who M was, wow
  • Triple Cross

    By Rosimom
    Really hoping there is a second book to follow, this left the story hanging.
  • Cross books are the best

    By Paver Pete
    Another great one
  • Waste of time

    By Allen404
    This read was formulaic, even trite. Not worth the time. Whatever Paterson’s involvement may have been, it was not writing.
  • Best one

    By frdghfhi
    Best one, yet!
  • Stinker

    By Mainer2
    I’m done with the “Cross” series. This latest book is the weakness one yet. Save your money.
  • M vs M vs M ???

    By BuddyandChloe
    It is me or has James and team lost track of of all the “M’s”? First it was Kyle Craig as the Mastermind. Second was the “M” who kidnapped Ali and escaped the hospital- whatever happened to him?? Now M/Maestro. Kind of a messy, redundant story line with these various “M’s”.
  • Twists

    By Momma Scott's
    Good book, but not great.
  • Disappointing all Around

    By Chrissy6380
    To begin with, too much Bree. Too much jumping back and forth before Bree and Alex’s mysteries incredibly merge. The writing is flat and the ending much more unsatisfying than most Cliffhangers. Wish I had my $14.99 back.