James Patterson Writing Styles in Mistress

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Point of View

This story is told from the first person point of view of Benjamin Casper. This point of view makes the story most interesting and intriguing because the reader is given the information that Ben knows and is able to try to figure out the mystery as Ben does. If the reader had known the nature of the blackmail or the plans of the Russians before Ben had known these things, there would have been no mystery to the book.

The story is told mostly through exposition as Benjamin is on the run with only his thoughts as he tries to determine first why his friend was killed and then, later, why her death was faked. Ben does talk to people, but generally only in strict settings in hopes to illicit information from them that he needs to solve the mystery in which he has found...

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