Second Honeymoon (Paperback)
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DescriptionWhen FBI agent John O'Hara receives a call from a man desperate for his help, little does he know his whole life will turn upside down. The man's son and daughter-in-law have been found murdered on their honeymoon in the Caribbean. He wants justice, and will pay O'Hara handsomely to hunt down the killer. Federal agents aren't allowed to moonlight, but O'Hara is on suspension. The drunk driver who killed his wife in a car accident two years ago is soon to be released from jail, and O'Hara is battling some serious demons. He takes on the case, but when another couple are murdered before boarding their honeymoon flight to Rome, it becomes clear that this investigation is far more complicated than it first seemed. As O'Hara delves deeper, a past he thought was dead and buried soon comes back to haunt him.
- Published: 18 July 2013
- Format: Paperback 432 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781780890241 ISBN 10: 1780890249
- Sales rank: 104,068
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Reviews for Second Honeymoon
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Second Honeymoon is the second book in the second book in the Honeymoon series by prolific American author, James Patterson. It is co-written with Howard Roughan. It is set some four years after the events of the first book. FBI special agent John O'Hara is on suspended duty when he accepts an assignment from a very wealthy man to investigate the murder of a couple on their honeymoon. With a motive and even a suspect, O'Hara thinks he has a handle on the case, until more honeymoon couples are murdered. Meanwhile special agent and serial killer expert, Sarah Brubaker finds herself investigating a series of murders with a bizarre twist: all the victims are named John O'Hara. Which means, of course, that Sarah's path is bound to cross John's, and they soon find themselves involved in each other's cases. Both cases are intriguing, have a few twists, clever clues and some red herrings. There is some black humour and the banter between Brubaker and O'Hara is enjoyable. The honeymoon cases neatly demonstrate the importance of guarding personal information on the web. Ned Sinclair's escape from the mental facility was rather too easy, and a punch to Ted's jaw should have left Sarah with a damaged hand, but apart from this, a great read. by Marianne Vincent