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!DOWNLOAD E-PUB ☣ The Summer House ♷ One Historic Lake House Seven Murder VictimsFour Accused Army Rangers Two Versions Of The TruthOnly One Can SurviveSullivan County, Georgia, Belongs To Sheriff Emma Williams But Not When Army Rangers Posted To The Local Base Are Implicated In A Major Crime To An Elite Team Of Investigators Led By Major Jeremiah Cook, The Physical Evidence Williams Swears By Presents Clues To An Entirely Different Story The Small Town Sheriff Has Never Worked A Multiple Homicide, And Cook Knows It Unless He Can Convince The Locals That The Recent Crimes Are Part Of A Larger Mystery, This Outsider May Never Unlock The Century Of Secrets Hidden Inside The Summer House Great book A page turned that keeps you guessing up until the end Not bad at all A quick, fascinating read that reads like a small town southern mystery I actually enjoyed this onethan I thought I would It had a great pace with some complexity in the plot and characters Recommend thriller fans this book. This is what happens when I decide to read something based off the cover I didn t read the synopsis thought I was getting something completely different I was not expecting a military thriller but that s what I got Nothing wrong with that except I minto psychopaths serial killers This is what happens when I decide to read something based off the cover I didn t read the synopsis thought I was getting something completely different I was not expecting a military thriller but that s what I got Nothing wrong with that except I minto psychopaths serial killers Was very disappointed in this one Seven people are executed in a remote house, falling into disrepair All evidence points to a rogue Army special ops team, known as the Ninjas, except that they are too good to have been so easily caught An investigative team is sent from Quantico, and begins to unravel the loose threads, even as the evidence and witnesses are disappearing fast The investigative team is the highlight, especially Major Jeremiah Cook ex NYPD , who has to face his demons by hea Was very disappointed in this one Seven people are executed in a remote house, falling into disrepair All evidence points to a rogue Army special ops team, known as the Ninjas, except that they are too good to have been so easily caught An investigative team is sent from Quantico, and begins to unravel the loose threads, even as the evidence and witnesses are disappearing fast The investigative team is the highlight, especially Major Jeremiah Cook ex NYPD , who has to face his demons by heading back to Afghanistan to find out what happened there that followed the Ninjas home Too much Army jargon, and what really detracted was not knowing who was narrating in each chapter, especially when they re each about 3 5 pages A few reviewers pawn this off on co writer Brendan DuBois, which is grossly unfair Those people should read his Lewis Cole series, which is excellent I ve always been a fan of James Patterson and this book is another one of his greats I couldn t put it down One could be forgiven for momentarily thinking that a book titled THE SUMMER HOUSE involves bodies passionately bouncing off of each other over the course of a week or two in June James Patterson and Brendan DuBois novel is anything but that Yes, there are bodies bouncing throughout the book, but not in the carnal sense What we have here is a thriller from beginning to end, wrapped around the nugget of an intriguing and puzzling mystery The Summer House was originally conceived, constructed One could be forgiven for momentarily thinking that a book titled THE SUMMER HOUSE involves bodies passionately bouncing off of each other over the course of a week or two in June James Patterson and Brendan DuBois novel is anything but that Yes, there are bodies bouncing throughout the book, but not in the carnal sense What we have here is a thriller from beginning to end, wrapped around the nugget of an intriguing and puzzling mystery The Summer House was originally conceived, constructed and utilized as a seasonal retreat in rural Georgia for a wealthy family However, over the decades, it passed outside of the family and gradually devolved into a by the month rental property, which, in the novel s present, has fallen into disrepair and disrepute Indeed, as the book opens, it is littlethan a local hub for some small time drug trade.Within the first few pages, it also becomes the scene of a horrific mass murder The whodunit element of the story seems resolved almost immediately Eyewitnesses, forensics and security footage from nearby businesses all demonstrate conclusively that an elite team of Army Rangers known as the Night Ninjas are the doers Recently returned from Afghanistan, they are noteworthy and notorious for quickly and quietly attacking home bases and leaving carnage in their wake, which is exactly what occurred at the Summer House.The Army sends Major Jeremiah Cook and his team to investigate and make sure that all the t s are crossed Cook is an Army veteran and former NYPD detective He bears scars and secondary limitations from combat action, but steadfastly refuses to let either prevent him from getting the job done His squad, each of whom possesses a certain investigative skill set, accompanies him to look at what appears to be an open and shut case.Interestingly enough, no one, from the local sheriff to officers on the nearby military base, seems to want Cook and his men around The Night Ninjas are not particularly well liked, and the evidence seems incontrovertible But Cook is determined to work the case by the numbers, even when the head of the Night Ninjas strikes a deal to plead guilty on the condition that the remaining members of his team are exonerated and released.Yet Cook can t let things go, and when parts of the evidence begin to unravel, he follows a slender thread of truth back to a place where he had vowed never to return His team, meanwhile, is experiencing life threatening danger from an unexpected source Truth and lives are at stake, and there is a significant question as to whether either or both will survive to the end of the book Patterson and DuBois have collaborated on a number of occasions, but this is arguably the best of the works that their partnership has produced thus far, which is saying something DuBois has been prolific on his own, and the considerable writing chops he brings to the table will keep you reading well into the night Full of twists, turns and action, THE SUMMER HOUSE makes for terrific reading this summer and beyond.Reviewed by Joe Hartlaub I had a very hard time getting into this book It was slow going and kind of boring to me It did get interesting the last several chapters. I like reading James Patterson books and I love his idea of trying new ways to get people reading This book was easily digestible even with little military knowledge It has good twists and turns that are always leading to the finale As I approached the last few chapters I could feel the tension increasing Thinking How will this all play out It was a steep climb to the top of this roller coaster but the drop to the finale was all I wanted it to be What a fun ride. Great story that hooked me from the start I hope this becomes a series Really like the CID characters.