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  • Fantastic

    Awesome book. Loved it, well worth the wait! Can't wait for the next one!

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  • Continued greatness

    It remains one of the best storylines by James Patterson. I wait each year for the next instalment I the women’s murder club this did not disappoint.

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  • Needed Some Careful Editing to be Good

    It all starts with a woman confronting Cindy Thomas in her office at the San Francisco Chronicle. The woman is certain that something bad has happened to her daughter and granddaughter, and her son-in-law is to blame. She wants Cindy to write stories about it and post about it on her blog, but Cindy quickly turns the woman over to her friend, San Francisco detective Lindsay Boxer, who pushes the police to start an investigation and make it a priority. Sadly, it isn’t long before a dead body turns up. Will Lindsay and the rest of the Women’s Murder Club figure out what is really happening? Usually with this series, I complain about the characters having plotlines that rarely if ever intersect. Here, I was thrilled to see that the characters, including Claire and Yuki, are working together on one case, and they all get their moments to shine. While the characters are a bit thin, we did like them all and care enough to keep reading. The plot is compelling with twists that intrigue. However, the authors can’t land it. I get what we are supposed to think happened, but in the rush to wrap things up after the final twist, we don’t get a major plot point from earlier in the book explained. Meanwhile, the editing was sloppy, including students at a high school being in class on a Saturday, missing days, and Lindsay being in two places at once near the end of the book. This reads more like a first draft that needed an editor to help polish it up instead of a finished novel.

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  • Best yet

    This may be the best in the series. Fast moving and action packed. Great read!!!

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  • Awesome read

    A very fast paced, hard to put down story. Full of twists. Keeps you in suspense till the very end.

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