by James Patterson, David Ellis

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In the long-awaited follow-up to the #1 bestselling thriller INVISIBLE . . . the perfect murder always looks like an accident.
FBI agent Emmy Dockery is absolutely relentless. She's young and driven, and her unique skill at seeing connections others miss has brought her an impressive string of arrests.

But a shocking new case-unfolding across the country-has left her utterly baffled.

The victims all appear to have died by accident, and have seemingly nothing in common. But this many deaths can't be coincidence. And the killer is somehow one step ahead of every move Dockery makes. How?

To FBI special agent Harrison "Books" Bookman, everyone in the FBI is a suspect-particularly Emmy Dockery (the fact that she's his ex-fiancee doesn't make it easier).

But someone else is watching Dockery. Studying, learning, waiting. Until it's the perfect time to strike.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316419840
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Publication date: 06/03/2019
Series: Invisible (Emmy Dockery) Series , #2
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 243
File size: 703 KB

About the Author

James Patterson is the world's bestselling author. He has donated more than one million books to students and soldiers, as well as millions of dollars to independent bookstores and school libraries. He lives in Florida with his family.
David Ellis is a justice of the Illinois Appellate Court and the author of nine novels, including Line of Vision,for which he won an Edgar Award, and The Hidden Man, which earned him a 2009 Los Angeles Times Book Prize nomination.


Palm Beach, Florida

Date of Birth:

March 22, 1947

Place of Birth:

Newburgh, New York


B.A., Manhattan College, 1969; M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1971

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Unsolved 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
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Anonymous 4 months ago
Great book with several twists that I didn’t see coming.
tschnitzler 5 months ago
Unsolved is definitely a hard one to put down! Emmy is back, stronger and smart as ever. This book is full of lots of twists and turns, and the bad guy in the end is a SUPER unexpected shock. I am hoping for this Books and Emmy thing to move forward again too!
Anonymous 6 months ago
If you start you won't put down Read in 24 hours
Anonymous 7 days ago
Pretty decent story with a pretty decent ending
Anonymous 12 days ago
James Patterson at his best as usual
Anonymous 16 days ago
as usual this was a page turner. awesome
Anonymous 19 days ago
i need more
Anonymous 28 days ago
Excellent read!! Couldn't put it down
Anonymous 3 months ago
Found myself skimming at places to get back to the action. Aren't we done with failing bookstores? Little weak on the connection to uncovering the actual killer at the end. Why go there with no backup if she was suspicious about the dude? PTSD is real, but attacking and almost killing Books? Seemed a little over the top.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Loved every page! James pattered is a genius
Anonymous 3 months ago
I liked Inivisble much better but this was a very satisfying read and had twists just like Inivisible.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Tons of twists that leave you scratching your head because looking back it's FILLED with holes. Like why didn't the FBI know sooner they bugged her place? Is it one or two villains? Some suspected villains made sense, others where like what the heck?! Pulled out of thin air. And what gave Emmy the thought to run the last guys prints? That came out of no where. And Michelle's character, why was she necessary at all? I love reading books when there are tons of twists and you look back, you are like man it was right there all along THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE BOOKS.
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beachandbookgirl 3 months ago
A very fast moving story that kept you guessing until the last chapter. You can always count on Patterson’s books for a good read!
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MonnieR 4 months ago
This is the second book in this series, and although I somehow missed the first ("Invisible"), I've now vowed not to miss any more. For one thing, David Ellis is perhaps my favorite of prolific James Patterson's co-authors; for another, this one is plenty good enough to keep my interested. The star of the show is FBI data analyst Emmy Dockery, who is almost insanely intent on tracking down serial killers. But while I liked her, it was her on-again, off-again main squeeze, former FBI agent Harrison "Books" Bookman, who won me over big-time. Appropriately for his name, I guess, he owns a bookstore that's struggling to make it, having had his fill of the stressful FBI life. Emmy, though, has no such illusions; she's been seriously scarred both physically and mentally (detailed, no doubt, in that first book). But rather than making her shy away from danger, her life experiences have turned her into an even more determined seeker of justice. Unfortunately, it's also costing her any semblance of a personal life. Unbeknownst to Books or the FBI, Emmy has been trying to identify the still-on-the-loose serial killer of her twin sister, Marta for some time now. But officially, she's tasked with finding a killer dubbed "Citizen David" - someone who's hell-bent on championing the downtrodden. Along the way, it appears someone is leaking information to the media; since the reporter happens to be a friend of Emmy's, certain FBI muckety-mucks are sure Emmy herself is passing on the information. Before long, Emmy herself makes the killer's hit list (big surprise there). Worse, it may well be that someone in the FBI is aiding and abetting the killer - or could even be the actual killer. Needless to say, Emmy runs into several blank walls, bringing a few twists to the plot along the way. Of course, I can't reveal any details, so I'll just say it's quite an entertaining journey and I'm looking forward to the next adventure.
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James Patterson hit it out of the park with this one......and it has been awhile. Kept me interested and on my toes to the end.
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