The Midnight Club

  • by James Patterson
  • Narrated by Robert Forster
  • 6 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A stunningly brilliant psychopathic killer who has skillfully eluded the police from London to Paris to New York. A beautiful woman journalist suddenly in grave danger. An unorthodox New York detective whose motive for stopping the killer couldn't be more personal or emotional. With his latest release, the best selling author of When the Wind Blows and Cat and Mouse, turns 1999 into the Summer of St. Germain. You'll listen in terror as New York Cop John Stefanovich pursues Alexandre St. Germain, the most deadly and powerful member of the secret society of criminals known as the Midnight Club.

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What the Critics Say

"Patterson joins the elite company of Thomas Harris and John Sanford in concocting riveting and truly unique serial killers." (San Francisco Examiner)
"Patterson... has reached his pinnacle." (USA Today)

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Noise? =( Annoying

"A stunningly brilliant psychopathic killer who has skillfully eluded the police from London to Paris to New York...a beautiful journalist suddenly in grave danger...and an unorthodox New York detective whose motive for stopping the killer couldn't be more personal. All are bound by the chains of secrecy, wealth, and crime forged by the cabal known as The Midnight Club." (James Patterson)
I loved the story, everyminute of it. The reader's voice went brought earch character alive. I only have one complaint; what is up with the added music at the end of each chapter or so. It bothered me a lot. The added sounds made it sound cheesey. I didn't like it at all.
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- Crystal

Great Narration

This was an excellent book and unlike others the narrator is one of the best for this type of genre. Forsters narration puts me in mind of the Sam Spade type novel/movies which are my all time favorites and i wish he would do more. Patterson is true to form and holds the story together quite well.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio