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Die 5. Plage (Women's Murder Club, #5) - Andreas Jäger, James Patterson
Die 5. Plage (Women's Murder Club, #5)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783442370375 (344237037X)
ASIN: 344237037X
Publisher: Blanvalet
Pages no: 384
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Women's Murder Club (#5)
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2.5 Review of The 5th Horseman by James Patterson
Classic James Patterson book. It took me only a few hours to read, and it kept me turning pages. I never felt invested in any of the characters, and the conclusions were not very satisfying for me. His earliest books were his best. With that said, his books are very light reading and I am sure I...
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3.5 The 5th Horseman
This is the third Patterson book I've listened to, and I greatly enjoyed it. The Women's Murder Club was pretty intriguing to me, minus the court room stuff (which I've previously stated I don't really enjoy). I also liked the dual story lines in this book. Patterson is a pretty interesting author t...
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4.0 The 5th Horseman (Women's Murder Club #5)
While this book wasn’t as good as the others in my opinion, it was still very good. The plot had the ability to be extremely intense and emotional pull on some people, but it just didn’t quite get there. I worked in a nursing home, so I took something away from the book that others may not. The stor...
Wyvernfriend Reads
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4.0 The 5th Horseman
I found that this was a better read than the last one. Someone in a hospital is killing people who are starting to recover from their illnesses. The hospital isn't admitting this. When a relative of one of the women turns up dead this becomes personal. There are also some women being murdered a...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
4.0 The 5th Horseman
I found that this was a better read than the last one. Someone in a hospital is killing people who are starting to recover from their illnesses. The hospital isn't admitting this. When a relative of one of the women turns up dead this becomes personal. There are also some women being murdered an...
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