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Alex Cross's Trial Chapter 33

By James Patterson and Richard DiLallo

Chapter 33

  • Right away, Ben likes Abraham. The guy is warm, funny, and welcoming.
  • As they sit on the porch swapping stories, Abraham greets every single person who passes by—it's clear he's a friendly dude.
  • Abraham tells him that he used to play baseball back in the day, and then he even hits a peach with an old broom to show his new friend that he still has it in him.
  • The two get along well pretty much immediately.
  • Before long, though, Abraham announces that they have a job to do and it's serious, so as much as he'd love to sit around dishing about baseball, Black people are in trouble and someone has to help.

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