The First Lady

The First Lady

"Sir, the First Lady ... has gone rogue." President Tucker is caught up in a media firestorm. The scandal of his affair has sent shockwaves through his re-election campaign, and threatens to derail everything he has worked for. To win the vote, he needs the First Lady to stand by his side. But Grace Tucker has a mind of her own. After years of compromise, unfulfilled promises "Sir, the First Lady ... has gone rogue." President Tucker is caught up in a media firestorm. The scandal ...

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Title:The First Lady
Author:James Patterson
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:1780899777
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

The First Lady Reviews

  • Kourtney
    Apr 14, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 26, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

  • Danielle
    Mar 22, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

    I found this book left by someone else in the apartment I was briefly staying at, and it was full of comments written by the previous reader. Comments like "ugh" "lol" and others expressing how much smarter than the author the reader thought (s)he was. Honestly, it made me think the op...

    Okay from a pace standpoint and not way overlong. But, all of the bizarre behavior in this book turned me off. Beginning with the very beginning. The President is having an affair and his Chief of Staff keeps saying you can't keep it a secret forever. Of course not, when it seems they ...

    This was on the library?s ?grab and go? table, and I always love a Patterson. The President is Missing was good, and while this plot was along the same lines, it wasn?t exactly the same. I zoomed thru this in about two or three days and I just couldn?t put it down at work and...

  • Paula  Phillips
    Feb 23, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

  • Janie
    Mar 24, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

  • Carol
    Mar 22, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

  • Kate
    Jan 10, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

  • Matt
    Jan 12, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

  • Liz
    Jan 09, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

  • John Roadman
    Apr 02, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

  • Bethany Clark
    Apr 10, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

  • Mara Lynn Tugman
    Mar 28, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

  • Mark Mindel
    Mar 20, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

    I found this book left by someone else in the apartment I was briefly staying at, and it was full of comments written by the previous reader. Comments like "ugh" "lol" and others expressing how much smarter than the author the reader thought (s)he was. Honestly, it made me think the op...

    Okay from a pace standpoint and not way overlong. But, all of the bizarre behavior in this book turned me off. Beginning with the very beginning. The President is having an affair and his Chief of Staff keeps saying you can't keep it a secret forever. Of course not, when it seems they ...

    This was on the library?s ?grab and go? table, and I always love a Patterson. The President is Missing was good, and while this plot was along the same lines, it wasn?t exactly the same. I zoomed thru this in about two or three days and I just couldn?t put it down at work and...

    Great follow-up to "The President is Missing," (with Bill Clinton). Here, it's the F.L.O.T.U.S. who has been kidnapped, or gone missing, after her husband's affair with a beautiful lobbyist becomes front-page news ("The Ambush in Atlanta"). Told from several points of view: the Secret ...

  • Mandy White
    Dec 26, 2018

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

  • Laura Rash
    Feb 10, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

  • Diane
    Apr 01, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

    I found this book left by someone else in the apartment I was briefly staying at, and it was full of comments written by the previous reader. Comments like "ugh" "lol" and others expressing how much smarter than the author the reader thought (s)he was. Honestly, it made me think the op...

    Okay from a pace standpoint and not way overlong. But, all of the bizarre behavior in this book turned me off. Beginning with the very beginning. The President is having an affair and his Chief of Staff keeps saying you can't keep it a secret forever. Of course not, when it seems they ...

    This was on the library?s ?grab and go? table, and I always love a Patterson. The President is Missing was good, and while this plot was along the same lines, it wasn?t exactly the same. I zoomed thru this in about two or three days and I just couldn?t put it down at work and...

    Great follow-up to "The President is Missing," (with Bill Clinton). Here, it's the F.L.O.T.U.S. who has been kidnapped, or gone missing, after her husband's affair with a beautiful lobbyist becomes front-page news ("The Ambush in Atlanta"). Told from several points of view: the Secret ...

    I thought this book was a pretty good Patterson book. You never know what you are going to get with the books that have co-authors, how much of it is actually Patterson, and how much is somebody else. This book was written by Brendan Dubois. The President gets caught in a Clinton-like ...

  • Inga
    Apr 08, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

    I found this book left by someone else in the apartment I was briefly staying at, and it was full of comments written by the previous reader. Comments like "ugh" "lol" and others expressing how much smarter than the author the reader thought (s)he was. Honestly, it made me think the op...

  • Erik
    Jan 02, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

  • Annette Chidzey
    Dec 28, 2018

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

  • Michael
    Apr 04, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

  • Julie Garner
    Dec 14, 2018

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

  • Donna Hines
    Mar 24, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

  • Gerri
    Mar 09, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

  • YC
    Jan 14, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

  • Linda Millard
    Mar 21, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

    If you follow my reviews you know I gave up on James Patterson long ago; however, was between novels and this one was available at the library so gave it a try. Will admit not nearly as bad as past Patterson books - maybe the addition of Brendan Dubois as co-author helped. I found the ...

    I found this book left by someone else in the apartment I was briefly staying at, and it was full of comments written by the previous reader. Comments like "ugh" "lol" and others expressing how much smarter than the author the reader thought (s)he was. Honestly, it made me think the op...

    Okay from a pace standpoint and not way overlong. But, all of the bizarre behavior in this book turned me off. Beginning with the very beginning. The President is having an affair and his Chief of Staff keeps saying you can't keep it a secret forever. Of course not, when it seems they ...

  • Maria Rose
    Mar 26, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

  • Elaine Heading
    Jan 22, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

  • Bookreporter.com Mystery & Thriller
    Mar 28, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

  • Mary Ann
    Apr 02, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...

    A fast, easy read for a rainy day. Thought it was okay, but felt that the twists were pretty predictable. Just found myself thinking what embellishments they wrote about the White House offices were true.... That thought makes me feel very anxious! ...

    Review to follow shortly. ...

    Meh... ...

    Fun mystery read ...

    An excellent thriller with a lot of twists to keep you guessing. I love anything political so this was a very enjoyable read. ...

    Good, short read. Unexpected ending. ...

    Doncha just love those wiley lady assassins? A good thriller, and could be paired with a "missing president," right? Enjoy the imagination of these authors! ...

    3.5 stars - lots of satisfying heroes and villains and twisting plot. Fun read while visiting in hospital ...

    Great book .Love James Patterson. Another fast read enjoyed it alot. Also going to read the president is missing, not sure if these two books go together or not. ...

    This book should have been better than it was. I got the sense they just didn't take the time to really edit, and ended up with a bit of a hot mess. I enjoyed the set-up, and the pacing (as usual with Patterson) made it easy to keep going. There's a theme of female empowerment that I e...

    Another great fast to read book by James Patterson. What was amusing to me, was how this book showed how little was the contribution of the co-author to the other book in a similar setting. That said this basis of the story in this novel involves the unplanned disappearance of the Firs...

    I am giving this bok five stars because I could not stop reading this collaboration by Patterson and DuBois. I finished in seven-plus hours. They both deliver in spades! I have been waiting to read this book for a few months, and finally got a copy. Since I also loved "The President is...

  • Michael Burton
    Mar 27, 2019

    Finally out for reading... James Patterson and Brendan DuBois renew their collaborative efforts with a new book full of thrills and political intrigue. As US President Harrison Tucker makes his final push for re-election, he finds himself in an awkward position. Caught leaving an At...

    A quiet day today and managed to listen to this in one day. A good stand alone atory with an unexpected twist ...

    TWENTY-ONE MINUTES before the ambush, Harrison Tucker?former state senator, former Ohio governor, President of the United States, leader of the free world, and a month away from being reelected in a landslide to a second term?is lying on his stomach on a king-size bed in an Atlanta...

    I found this book incredibly frustrating as there were so many stupid things happening. Here?s a few examples; - There?s no way the First Lady would have been in that cabin and not found. She was only 3 miles upstream. - The horse farm had a shed full of illegal immigrants and d...

    I have to admit. First I wasn't sure whether I would enjoy this book as I found The President is Missing hard to get into and it ended up being a DNF for me. The First Lady, on the other hand, I did enjoy as I loved the character of Grace Tucker - the first lady. She was strong, stood ...

    This fast paced novel co-written by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois was indicative of other Patterson novels I have read in that the key characters were quickly introduced to the reader and their specific roles and circumstances established promptly so that the narrative could rapid...

    Please believe me when I tell you that THE FIRST LADY should be on your must-read list. It begins with a compelling premise, spirals off into a couple of different intriguing directions, and then all comes back together for an ending you probably won?t see coming while answering a qu...

    Hugely entertaining political thriller, although its writing feels less 'Pattersony', and not as good, as in other Patterson books I've read recently. Nevertheless, I enjoyed every page and gobbled it up. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    James is back but this time he's lost something valuable- Our First Lady! Well kind of as she's tucked away in a rural area but not many know until money comes into play or as they say you might have to pay out the ARSE. Well, for starters she might've wanted to run after all she jus...

    I felt this was slower-paced than many of James Patterson?s books and a political thriller rather than a murder/crime story. The plot was good with many twists although I felt it lost momentum in the middle. 3-4 stars ...

    Another strong political thriller by JP. Quite a few twists and turns will keep you reading until the end. ...

    Excellent story. Well written and interesting throughout. My only complaint is with the person who recorded the audiobook. It became a distraction waiting on her to mispronounce another word, as there were many. My favorite was when the lead character drove across the Potomac River, pr...