Sail

Sail

By James Patterson; Howard Roughan

Grand Central Publishing, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780446536103, 435pp.

Publication Date: April 28, 2009

Description
THE SIZZLING #1 BESTSELLER #1 New York Times
#1 Chicago Tribune
#1 Washington Post
#1 Wall Street Journal
#1 USA Today
#1 Newsday
America's #1 bestselling thriller writer, James Patterson presents his most suspenseful, explosive tale ever. Only an hour out of port, the Dunne family's summer getaway to paradise is already turning into the trip from hell. The three children are miserable-and not shy about showing it. Katherine Dunne had hoped this vacation would bring back the togetherness they'd lost when her husband died four years earlier. Maybe if her new husband had joined them it would all have been okay.
Suddenly, a disaster hits-and it's perfect. Faced with this real threat, the Dunnes rediscover the meaning of family. But this catastrophe is just a tiny taste of the true danger that lurks ahead-somewhere out there, someone wants to make sure that the Dunne family never leaves paradise alive.


About the Author
James Patterson is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of many books, including the blockbuster series MAXIMUM RIDE. More than 100 million of his books are in print around the world, making him one of the top-selling writers of all time.


Howard Roughan est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages dont "Infidele" ("The Up and Comer", 2001), salue a sa parution par de nombreux auteurs dont Bret Easton Ellis, et "Un mensonge presque parfait" ("The Promise of a Lie", 2004). Il vit a Ridgefield, dans le Connecticut avec sa femme et son fils.


Praise For Sail

"SAIL runs before the wind as a perfect beach read."—BlogCritics.org

"I absolutely, fantabulously loved and enjoyed SAIL . . . suspense at its Pattersonish best."—RebeccaReads.com on Sail

"This headlong thriller will keep readers eyes' glued to its pages . . . the perfect beach read."—BookLoons.com on Sail

"The man is a master of his genre. We fans all have one wish for him: Write even faster."—Larry King, USA Today

"Patterson knows how to sell thrills and suspense in clear, unwavering prose."—People