1st to Die
Imagine a killer who thinks, "What is the worst thing anyone has ever done?"--and then goes far beyond it. Now imagine four women --a police detective, an assistant DA, a reporter, and a medical examiner --who join forces as they sidestep their bosses to track down criminals. Known as the Women's... show more
Imagine a killer who thinks, "What is the worst thing anyone has ever done?"--and then goes far beyond it. Now imagine four women --a police detective, an assistant DA, a reporter, and a medical examiner --who join forces as they sidestep their bosses to track down criminals. Known as the Women's Murder Club, they are pursuing a murderer whose twisted imagination has stunned an entire city. Their chief suspect is a socially prominent writer, but the men in charge won't touch him. On the trail of the most terrifying and unexpected killer ever, they discover a shocking surprise that turns everything about the case upside down.
Publish date: May 20th 2005
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 462
Edition language: English
1st to die Lindsay Boxer is a tough, but sympathetic homicide detective who along with three friends are trying to solve horrific murders. Someone is killing brides and grooms on their honeymoons, and Lindsay and her friends form the Women's Murder Club. They are trying to stop this killer before...
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Couples are being murdered on their wedding night, rich successful individuals. The first couple, the bride was more than just murdered and the killer left some incriminating evidence behind. He doesn’t waste too much time, the killer has now moved onto couple number two and Lindsay, a homicide insp...
BLUF: While I did not like this book, I am likely to read the next in the series at some point in the distant future.- “We have been sort of working together,” I admitted, “outside of the investigation.” Over margaritas, I explained how we had originally gotten together. How we had come upon this ca...
This was fun. It also passed my personal test for thriller/mystery novels: it did manage to surprise me. I did manage to figure out who the murderer had to be just before it was revealed, which was nifty. I was not expecting the epilogue at all, however. That did totally shock me. It was a touch o...
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