Probably. I don't think the writing is all that spectacular but it is something that is easy to listen to withouth having to concentrate.
I would have cut out the f word. I hate vulgarity and this book seemed like it was putting it in just for the sake of having swear words.
As usual this Patterson book is filled with twists and surprises. It starts with a shooting at a black church as choir practice ends. After all the bullets fly, only one little girl is dead. Is this the beginning of a serial killer?
The killer is cold and calculating, killing a number of black men and women but leaving no clues to their identity and it also leaves San Francisco a political powder keg. Is this racially motivated, a hate crime?
Once again Lindsay Boxer, Jill, Cindy, and Claire (The Women's Murder Club) join forces and as the clues add up they begin to realize there may be more to the killings than they originally thought. Is Lindsey’s father involved?
The book is fast moving and I still love the short chapters. It was an enjoyable read and the finale is riveting.
I thought this was a trilogy, the first three books of the Women's Murder Club. If so, why change from one irritating narrator to another? Just when you get used to the characters voices, they change with the 2nd and then the 3rd books.
Claire sounds like an idiot in this book. And we all know, she is not an idiot.
Not good to do.
I love this series. Just fnished 3rd degree and will continue reading all
3rd degree is just as good - even better
I wish I had time!!
enjoyed the narrator. the story plot was a typical James Patterson. i just did start reading his books. I want to read this entire series.
Yes, because I enjoyed the characters and story
She spoke in a monotone, to my way of thinking. There was no emotion, she just was reading the words on the page. She didn't really change the pitch of her voice to indicate a different character was speaking. She was the main distraction to listening to
Yes, because I like the series
I will think twice before I listen to any other books with Ms. Leo the narrator.
I love to read espionage and criminal thrillers. My lifestyle doesn't allow time to sit and read so audio books is really an enjoyment.
Patterson done it right here. 1st Chance was good, but this just goes over the top.
James Patterson does it again, excellent book and very good narrative! Keeps you locked in unable to stop listening to.
Loved the 1st to die! Downloaded the next book in the series and the narrators just read the words and it really took away from the story. I couldn't even finish it. The female reader especially was so weak it made the lead character seem so bland and two-dimentional