James Patterson and Ned Rust
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Summary: The thug who has just dropped into Holliswood is planning to wreak havoc-and then film it. The second in a new series, begun with The Dangerous Days of Daniel X, that's aimed at both adults and teen readers-clearly a theme among July titles (see James W. Fuerst's Huge, above, and Lizzie Skurnick's Shelf Discovery, below).
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