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The Bestselling New Detective Series of the Decade Just Got Hotter, Deadlier, and More Suspenseful. In a deadly late-night showdown, San Francisco police lieutenant Lindsay Boxer fires her weapon and sets off a dramatic chain of events that leaves a police force disgraced, a family destroyed, and... show more
The Bestselling New Detective Series of the Decade Just Got Hotter, Deadlier, and More Suspenseful. In a deadly late-night showdown, San Francisco police lieutenant Lindsay Boxer fires her weapon and sets off a dramatic chain of events that leaves a police force disgraced, a family destroyed, and Lindsay herself at the mercy of twelve jurors. During a break in the trial, she retreats to a picturesque town that is reeling from a string of grisly murders-crimes that bear a link to a haunting, unsolved case from her rookie years.Now, with her friends in the Women's Murder Club, Lindsay must battle for her life on two fronts: in a trial rushing to a climax, and against an unknown adversary willing to do anything to hide the truth about the homicides-including kill again?
Publish date: June 1st 2006
Publisher: Warner Vision Books
Pages no: 435
Edition language: English
Series: Women's Murder Club (#4)
She didn’t want to do it. She really didn’t. But, two kids were firing at her and Jacobi. Jacobi was down. Lindsay Boxer fired her weapon. Now one teen is in the hospital and will be paralyzed for life … the other is dead. It’s a tragedy, but these teens were not innocent. They’d killed a cou...
This was another Patterson novel that was a quick read that I actually quite enjoyed. It was classic Patterson in the sense that the book was fast chapters, lots of action, and it was not difficult at all to figure out who the bad guys were. A light read and a nice break from the more serious read...
This book was different than any of the other books in the series. The plots of the first three were "Here is the problem, let's solve the problem, let's introduce the killer, let's find the killer, found the killer, the end." I love books like that, but this one was different and it so far my favor...
Lindsay shoots and kills two teenagers in self-defence, their parents sue and she has to go on leave. In order to get away from things she house-sits for her sister, meanwhile there are some gruesome murders going on in her sister's town. The twists and turns are intriguing and keep you guessing t...
Glad to be getting back into my James Patterson series. Loved the twist at the end.