James Patterson readers who have discovered the author recently, either through the movie Kiss the girls or the lateset smash "Pop Goes the Weasel", would do well to read back copies of the author's early works. This gripping book relives the Concentration Camps of Nazi Germany through the eyes of two young survivors. The suspense moves from the streets of New York to the autumnal splendor of London.Fast paced, full of intrigue, and always suspenseful,"See how they Run" is a must read for any fan of modern crime fiction. This is Patterson at his classic and early best, in the years when Alex Cross was a mere glint in the authors eye.The book takes us to the Moscow Olympics, where a tradgey on the biggest scale is about to be played out in front of a world audience. Can David Strauss help the young Jewish model find peace at last. Read this book at once to find out!
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