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Rly baffled The victims all appear to have died by accident and have seemingly nothing in common But this many deaths can't be coincidence And the killer is somehow one step ahead of every move Dockery makes How To FBI Internal Affairs special. This novel from James Patterson David Ellis is a highly readable FBI analyst thriller The clock ticks audibly toward Darwin's next murder or bombing but clues lead in many different directionsOkay so the name of one character Books who just happens to own a bookstore is hammy but WTHStrongly recommended to mystery thriller readers who will enjoy the plot twists and character revelations as Emmy struggles to identify the villain who's also targeting her

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Agent Harrison Books Bookman everyone in the FBI is a suspect particularly Emmy Dockery the fact that she's his ex wife doesn't make it easier But someone else is watching Dockery Studying learning waiting Until it's the perfect time to strik. I am a pretty avid reader of James Patterson However for the purposes of honesty I get his books from the library because I don’t find him good enough to buy and keep in my library He’s mind candy – simple fast paced detective and mystery oriented adventures that can be read in about two to three days and easily left behind Nice escapism but nothing super memorableUNSOLVED is the second book in the “Emmy Dockery” series and a follow up to “INVISIBLE” also co written with David Ellis published back in June 2014 In the first book failing FBI research analyst Emmy Dockery was on the hunt for a serial killer who killed her beloved sister However Emmy’s not a team player and no one wants to work with her Not even her ex fiancée and former FBI field investigator “Books” Bookman leader of her investigation team By the end of the book Emmy’s independent spirit helps her barely survive and help capture one of the most prolific serial killers in the United StatesUNSOLVED starts about 18 months following Emmy’s escape from death along with her slow physical and emotional recovery Emmy is now a senior analyst with the FBI working on two investigations The first one is the Citizen David a person or group who have claimed responsibility for several acts of civil disobedience and domestic terror including hacking into major systems of pharmaceutical companies Ivy league schools and prisons as well as bombing banks and city hall buildings Up to now nobody has been harmed in any of these attacks And to make it worse FBI Director Moriarty calls in Emmy’s fiancée Books to independently investigate their belief that Emmy’s leaking information to the press that assists David’s causeIn addition to her day time job Emmy is also running her own second investigation at night Using her analytical skills she is tracking what looks like to be another serial killer The victims all appear to have died by natural or accidental causes but have there are several coincidences that just seem to provide a consistent pattern The victim’s live alone in a single story house that was either up for sale or recently purchased are located within two blocks of local public transportation and they performed some type of community service Emmy understands that the circumstantial is not enough and try’s desperately to get an autopsy to provide the evidence needed to get the FBI’s support and involvementAfter reading UNSOLVED the good news outweighs the bad news The bad news first Like the first book I did not care for the character of Emmy She continues to be an extremely self centered and downright selfish She treats her former fiancée two times over with complete and utter disrespect Although he demonstrates his willingness to sacrifice everything including his career on her behalf she cannot even be honest about anything important to her And when she is confronted with her actions her response is to break up with him and run away from her problems You would have thought almost being killed by a deranged serial killer at the end of the last book would have helped bring her around a little bit to seeing other people’s point of views but no such thing Emmy lacks any form of social grace or understanding of emotional intelligence She wasn’t even nice in her interactions with her mother Several times I found myself wanting to yell at her to grow up and uit acting so selfish I was so tired of Books making all of the sacrifices to keep their relationship together in any way that he could He deserves a much better partner than herHowever the good news outweighs the bad Just like the first book the intricate and well developed plotlines made the difference Even with having to deal with Emmy’s incessant and degrading personality the book delivered a fun and entertaining read The multiple arcs were complex well layered and they unfolded in tension filled moments immersing the reader from the start I am not sure if it was having Ellis as a co author but it had complexity and creatively researched ideas which contributed to a stronger mystery The pacing moved along at a steady staccato pace with several twists and turns along the way And the characters other than Emmy were dimensional than normal keeping your empathetic interest the whole time And importantly the story had a certain fresh feeling to it including a few good surprises and a strong endingTruth be told just like INVISIBLE I read UNSOLVED in two fun filled reading days of frenzied enthusiasm This was one of those times and it brought a pleasing smile to my face that even Emmy couldn’t ruin This was summer escapism reading at its best Overall the plotting outweighed my struggle with Emmy’s selfish characteristics It was one of my favorite Patterson books – multi layered plotlines and interesting characters not counting Emmy I am looking forward to a third outing if Patterson and Ellis can come up with the right story Although truth be told again I’m interested in finding out what’s next for special agent and bookstore owner Books Bookman than I am for Emmy I can only hope she will develop some humility kindness and emotional intelligence Maybe we will find out


10 thoughts on “Unsolved

  1. says:

    James Patterson collaborates with David Ellis—one of the authors who is able to keep his pieces on track—for this seuel that will chill the reader almost as much as the original piece Emmy Dockery is back still licking the wounds after having blown the lid off a serial killer who masked his crimes under the radar but she refuses to rest Seeing links in apparent accidental deaths Emmy is connecting dots and trying to make a case that a new serial killer is on the loose However her superiors at the FBI refuse to listen and want her to keep the investigation where it belongs on the back burner and during her downtime For now Emmy is tasked with helping to crack a case that has the country talking the nighttime bombings by Citizen David an anonymous activist trying to representing the ‘little guy’ With news leaking to the public through a keen reporter all eyes turn to Emmy as the one fuelling that fire Emmy’s fiancé Harrison ‘Books’ Bookman has taken a step away from his past with the Feds and is working in a bookstore trying to keep her from getting too far off the beaten path though failing miserably As the Citizen David investigation heats up a killer lurks in the shadows one who has been committing crimes that Emmy is discovering though no one is yet ready to admit it ‘Darwin’ is hiding in plain sight masking his appearance and developing a backstory that will cover any tracks that might be visible While Emmy is breathing down his neck he seeks to throw everyone off the scent while also monitoring Emmy from afar As the investigation heats up and Emmy is finally able to convince someone that there might be something to her off duty sleuthing the hunt for the mole intensifies straining resources and the relationship Emmy needs so badly But will this serial killer get the best of everyone and create a pile of unsolved cases while killing at random? Patterson and Ellis show why they are a masterful duo in this novel that will have the reader wanting to read on until the very end stopping only when necessary Recommended to those who loved the early Patterson novels before he sold out as well as the reader who loves a decent thrillerI will be the first to admit that I have only a vague recollection of reading the debut in this series This is not indicative of a poorly penned novel but only that I read and review so much However after looking back at the review I can remember a little and knew I enjoyed it The same can be said here as I devoured this piece in short order loving the twists and turns the authors presented Emmy Dockery is a protagonist that the reader will easily enjoy even if she becomes annoying at times Her ability to get to the root of the issue and dedication is not lost on the attentive reader even if she is socially stunted and unable to walk away from scouring for Darwin The connection she has with Books is an onoff switch but it is apparent that they need one another throughout this book again There are a handful of strong supporting characters all of whom serve to intensify an already strong story with their own character development One can only wonder if Patterson and Ellis will be back for another novel in the series and use some of these folks to help propel things even further The story is strong and works well with this cast of characters keeping the reader wondering throughout The authors have used a few subplots to keep the overall storyline moving forward and it keeps the reader wondering as they use their omnipotent view to amass all the information and are able to see the thriller from all angles I’d gladly return to see if Emmy Dockery and her group have another case in them though it would seem that anytime Patterson and Ellis work together the magic followsKudos Messrs Patterson and Ellis for another stellar novel I am happy to see this collaboration working effectively and can only hope it continues Lovehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge


  2. says:

    This interesting novel is nearly derailed by a muddled unsatisfactory end 6 of 10 stars


  3. says:

    FBI analyst Emma Dockery was sure there was a silent killer out there Certain people were dying; the police were saying natural causes an accident a suicide But Emmy knew better The FBI refused her reuest for an autopsy so once again Emmy was going out on a limb determined to catch a killer no one believed was out thereEx FBI agent Harrison Bookman – Books – now owned a bookstore and was engaged to Emmy Books was called in by the FBI to find a leak in the department while Emmy spent time with her team searching and analyzing data The killer was getting confident and Chicago was in for a big shake up Would Emmy discover the killer before were killed? Or was she putting a target on her back? Unsolved is the 2nd in the Invisible series by James Patterson and David Ellis and wow What a ride Tension so many twists and turns fast paced action – all a characteristic of a Patterson novel I loved the first one and loved this one as well Unsolved is an excellent thriller one I highly recommend


  4. says:

    This novel from James Patterson David Ellis is a highly readable FBI analyst thriller The clock ticks audibly toward Darwin's next murder or bombing but clues lead in many different directionsOkay so the name of one character Books who just happens to own a bookstore is hammy but WTHStrongly recommended to mystery thriller readers who will enjoy the plot twists and character revelations as Emmy struggles to identify the villain who's also targeting her


  5. says:

    Unsolved was an awesome seuel to Invisible I hope books come out in this series because both have had some great twists and turns and as frustrating as Emmy can be she is a good character to read has is Books This one consisted of activism that turns into a series of criminals with perps you do not see coming Highly enjoyable thriller that I would recommend to any crime thriller fan


  6. says:

    This is the second book in this series and although I somehow missed the first Invisible I've now vowed not to miss any For one thing David Ellis is perhaps my favorite of prolific James Patterson's co authors; for another this one is plenty good enough to keep me interestedThe star of the show is FBI data analyst Emmy Dockery who is almost insanely intent on tracking down serial killers But while I liked her it was her on again off again main sueeze former FBI agent Harrison Books Bookman who won me over big time Appropriately for his name I guess he owns a bookstore that's struggling to make it having had his fill of the stressful FBI life Emmy though has no such illusions; she's been seriously scarred both physically and mentally detailed no doubt in that first book But rather than making her shy away from danger her life experiences have turned her into an even determined seeker of justice Unfortunately it's also costing her any semblance of a personal lifeUnbeknownst to Books or the FBI Emmy has been trying to identify the still on the loose serial killer of her twin sister Marta for some time now But officially she's tasked with finding a killer dubbed Citizen David someone who's hell bent on championing the downtrodden Along the way it appears someone is leaking information to the media; since the reporter happens to be a friend of Emmy's certain FBI muckety mucks are sure Emmy herself is passing on the informationBefore long Emmy herself makes the killer's hit list big surprise there Worse it may well be that someone in the FBI is aiding and abetting the killer or could even be the actual killer Needless to say Emmy runs into several blank walls bringing a few twists to the plot along the way Of course I can't reveal any details so I'll just say it's uite an entertaining journey and I'm looking forward to the next adventure


  7. says:

    I am a pretty avid reader of James Patterson However for the purposes of honesty I get his books from the library because I don’t find him good enough to buy and keep in my library He’s mind candy – simple fast paced detective and mystery oriented adventures that can be read in about two to three days and easily left behind Nice escapism but nothing super memorableUNSOLVED is the second book in the “Emmy Dockery” series and a follow up to “INVISIBLE” also co written with David Ellis published back in June 2014 In the first book failing FBI research analyst Emmy Dockery was on the hunt for a serial killer who killed her beloved sister However Emmy’s not a team player and no one wants to work with her Not even her ex fiancée and former FBI field investigator “Books” Bookman leader of her investigation team By the end of the book Emmy’s independent spirit helps her barely survive and help capture one of the most prolific serial killers in the United StatesUNSOLVED starts about 18 months following Emmy’s escape from death along with her slow physical and emotional recovery Emmy is now a senior analyst with the FBI working on two investigations The first one is the Citizen David a person or group who have claimed responsibility for several acts of civil disobedience and domestic terror including hacking into major systems of pharmaceutical companies Ivy league schools and prisons as well as bombing banks and city hall buildings Up to now nobody has been harmed in any of these attacks And to make it worse FBI Director Moriarty calls in Emmy’s fiancée Books to independently investigate their belief that Emmy’s leaking information to the press that assists David’s causeIn addition to her day time job Emmy is also running her own second investigation at night Using her analytical skills she is tracking what looks like to be another serial killer The victims all appear to have died by natural or accidental causes but have there are several coincidences that just seem to provide a consistent pattern The victim’s live alone in a single story house that was either up for sale or recently purchased are located within two blocks of local public transportation and they performed some type of community service Emmy understands that the circumstantial is not enough and try’s desperately to get an autopsy to provide the evidence needed to get the FBI’s support and involvementAfter reading UNSOLVED the good news outweighs the bad news The bad news first Like the first book I did not care for the character of Emmy She continues to be an extremely self centered and downright selfish She treats her former fiancée two times over with complete and utter disrespect Although he demonstrates his willingness to sacrifice everything including his career on her behalf she cannot even be honest about anything important to her And when she is confronted with her actions her response is to break up with him and run away from her problems You would have thought almost being killed by a deranged serial killer at the end of the last book would have helped bring her around a little bit to seeing other people’s point of views but no such thing Emmy lacks any form of social grace or understanding of emotional intelligence She wasn’t even nice in her interactions with her mother Several times I found myself wanting to yell at her to grow up and uit acting so selfish I was so tired of Books making all of the sacrifices to keep their relationship together in any way that he could He deserves a much better partner than herHowever the good news outweighs the bad Just like the first book the intricate and well developed plotlines made the difference Even with having to deal with Emmy’s incessant and degrading personality the book delivered a fun and entertaining read The multiple arcs were complex well layered and they unfolded in tension filled moments immersing the reader from the start I am not sure if it was having Ellis as a co author but it had complexity and creatively researched ideas which contributed to a stronger mystery The pacing moved along at a steady staccato pace with several twists and turns along the way And the characters other than Emmy were dimensional than normal keeping your empathetic interest the whole time And importantly the story had a certain fresh feeling to it including a few good surprises and a strong endingTruth be told just like INVISIBLE I read UNSOLVED in two fun filled reading days of frenzied enthusiasm This was one of those times and it brought a pleasing smile to my face that even Emmy couldn’t ruin This was summer escapism reading at its best Overall the plotting outweighed my struggle with Emmy’s selfish characteristics It was one of my favorite Patterson books – multi layered plotlines and interesting characters not counting Emmy I am looking forward to a third outing if Patterson and Ellis can come up with the right story Although truth be told again I’m interested in finding out what’s next for special agent and bookstore owner Books Bookman than I am for Emmy I can only hope she will develop some humility kindness and emotional intelligence Maybe we will find out


  8. says:

    This book co authored by Patterson and Ellis is one of the better ones that Patterson has put out in recent years The plot was well thought out and the characters were fully developed This was a good story that kept you guessing


  9. says:

    It as impressed with this one as much as Invisible It seemed a bit repetitive in its storyline but with just a different type of crime Tho as far as new releases from JP this one and Invisible are better than a lot he’s released of late More like his original works


  10. says:

    An easy to read mystery An analyst at the FBI Emmy Dockery previously survived her investigation into a serial killer and a confrontation with him She is scarred and damaged in a relationship with an ex FBI agent who runs a bookshop In her investigation she has found another serial killer who is killing the elderly and homeless in different cities He figures out she is investigating him and it then gets interesting Far fetched but definitely entertaining The story hangs together well until the final confrontation which is weak The stalking analysis and inept and misogynistic male FBI agents is believable but the subplots are just silly Still it was an enjoyable read and the authors have definitely hit on a winning formula


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