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    Another great read in the women's mystery club series, really enjoyed it and once again not able to put the book down!
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    The 5th Horseman

    Suspenseful page Turner. Once I started I couldn't put it down.
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    6th Horseman

    Good suspenseful story . A lot of twists and turns that holds the reader's attention .
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    Hooked!

    James Patterson can do no wrong with his books! I'm totally hooked!
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    Still Average

    The women's murder club take on two cases. The first involves either murder or medical malpractice at a hospital. The second involves murdered women being left in expensive cars. Both were good stories, although the climax was so bad it killed much of the enjoyment for me.
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