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Anne Fitzgerald, a former nun turned private detective, is asked by the archdiocese of Boston to investigate the strange case of two pregnant teenagers who, according to a secret religious prophecy, are destined to deliver both an unspeakable evil and a miraculous force into the world. Caught between the certainty of science and the possibility of a miracle, Anne finds herself at the epicenter of a cosmic clash between good and evil. This novel is bestselling author James Patterson’s latest "nursery rhyme’’ thriller, a series that has included such prestigious titles as Along Came a Spider, Kiss the Girls, and When the Wind Blows.
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Anne Fitzgerald, a former nun turned private detective, is asked by the archdiocese of Boston to investigate the strange case of two pregnant teenagers who, according to a secret religious prophecy, are destined to deliver both an unspeakable evil and a miraculous force into the world. Caught between the certainty of science and the possibility of a miracle, Anne finds herself at the epicenter of a cosmic clash between good and evil. This novel is bestselling author James Patterson’s latest "nursery rhyme’’ thriller, a series that has included such prestigious titles as Along Came a Spider, Kiss the Girls, and When the Wind Blows.

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About James

James Patterson is an award-winning American author. Formerly the chairman of advertising company J. W. Thompson in the early 1990s, Patterson came up with the slogan "Toys R Us Kid." Shortly after his success with Along Came A Spider, he retired from the firm and...

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Published Reviews

Dec.13.2007

With a trail of intrigue that involves the Army and has links to the Vietnam War, Four Blind Mice constructs a straightforward mystery investigation punctuated by scattered moments of suspense. The...

Oct.28.2007

As usual, Patterson knows how to keep the pages turning, and his short, tight chapters make for a brisk pace.