Private Down Under by James Patterson and Michael White
(Grand Central Publishing Hachette, 2014, 345 pages)
The glamorous life of the rich and famous offers no escape from crime in Sidney, Australia. Craig Gisto built his private eye business into one that is world-renowned. Just as he is about to entertain his clients and the local elite in his new headquarters his party is crashed by a dead body. The victim is none other than the kidnapped son of the wealthiest Australian. The victim’s body was severely beaten and mutilated. On top of this investigation, Gisto finds that his case load grows daily as more of the rich and famous call on the talents of his team to solve mysteries. Patterson once again tells an intriguing detective story.