Written on: 11/10/2008
James Patterson's Kiss the Girls was suspensful and dark. After seeing the movie I thought I knew what to expect. I was wrong. The book takes a much darker view into the mind of a killer. But Patterson tends to go over the same points several times. After a while it gets repetitive. I enjoyed the book, it had a good flow and kept you interested in the subjects. There was a definite character development, I felt as if I was getting to know the subjects on a personal level. And for those of us who enjoy the macabre, it was disturbingly interesting.