Alex Cross is a fictional character and the protagonist of a series of books by James Patterson.
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... goes on a killing spree while trying to kill Cross ... He is stopped by Cross in the following book Violets Are Blue and is put into prison ... In Double Cross he escapes from prison and begins a new massacre while another murderer, known as DCAK begins a new reign of terror, and runs away ...
... Cross is portrayed by Morgan Freeman in the 1997 film Kiss the Girls and the 2001 film Along Came a Spider ... Tyler Perry portrays the character in the 2012 reboot film Alex Cross, a loose adaptation of the novel Cross ... A sequel to Alex Cross is in pre-production it is based upon the novel Double Cross ...
... A sequel was released on August 29, 2009 and was titled Alex Cross' Trial and was followed by six others featuring Cross, I, Alex Cross, Cross Fire, Kill Alex Cross, Merry Christmas, Alex Cross ...
Famous quotes containing the words cross and/or alex:
“He is asleep. He knows no longer the fatigue of the work of deciding, the work to finish. He sleeps, he has no longer to strain, to force himself, to require of himself that which he cannot do. He no longer bears the cross of that interior life which proscribes rest, distraction, weaknesshe sleeps and thinks no longer, he has no more duties or chores, no, no, and I, old and tired, oh! I envy that he sleeps and will soon die.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)
“My smiling child
Named for a noble ancestor
Great hunter or warrior
You will be one day.
Which will give your papa pride
But always I will remember you thus.”
—African Lullaby. As quoted in Roots, by Alex Haley (1976)