Overall I enjoy this series, but something seemed to be phoned in about this sequel.
Plot line seemed a bit disheveled but otherwise right online with the usual James Patterson books. Boxer is one of my favorite characters but this one in particular seemed a off from 1 and 2, certain things just seemed to be thrown in there to add volume and not necessarily give any addition to the main characters details. I would recommend this book, but would also say not to expect the same writing style as the first novel in this series.
I enjoy the women's murder club very much. This was another good addition to the series.
The narrative was good, some cheesy music here & there and the mystery went deeper than expected.
I'd recommend this series
I have all books by James Patterson on Audible. I listen to them all everyday ❤️
3rd degree is my favorite. It's the beginning of Joe and Lindsay's love affair
Maybe, The music and sound effects were very distracting to me. I would have enjoyed the performance more if it would have been just a narrator.
It was difficult to tell the difference between characters during conversations between Clair, Lindsay and Cindy. Also, Jill either does or does not have a southern accent... the in between accent is confusing.
I have enjoyed James Patterson before, so I am pretty sure its not him as much as it is the narrator. I just can't put my finger it on it but I tried it three times and not to much luck, I gave it one star because I didn't get far enough to to rate it,
I am a long time James Patterson reader and Audible listener. I am a fan of Alex Cross and his many challenges. I first listened to this book on tape and that was years ago. I should have taken notes. I remember the opening scene, the explosion and the mayhem and I thought that it might be a winner to listen to again. Once into it, I could not believe that I ever liked it. The characters are unreal and not worthy of Patterson, but worse than that is the preaching: The author/s are hell bent to proselytize in issues such as healthcare and such. Then there is the dialogue. Does anyone believe that women speak or think the way the author/s portray? I could not get bast the first few chapters. I should ask for my money back... Saxon
Figure out how people really talk and think. The author/s seem to out of touch with reality. The heroine, a supposedly hard-nosed member of the law is pathetic. And think about it: she takes her cases to a bunch of other women that belong to the "Women's Murder Club coffee klatch. Is any of this believable?
The narrator did a good job. She related the text as written.