Detective Lindsay Boxer and her three best friends are back and recovering from the events that pushed them all to the edge. After her near-death experience, Yuki is seeing her life from a new perspective and is considering a change in her law career. San Francisco Chronicle reporter Cindy has healed from her gunshot wound and has published a book on the infamous serial killers she helped bring down. Lindsay is just happy that the gang is all still in one piece.
But a new terror is sweeping the streets of San Francisco. A gang dressed as cops is ransacking the city and leaving a string of dead bodies in their wake. Lindsay is on the case to track them down and needs to discover whether these killers could actually be police officers. Maybe even cops she already knows....
©2015 James Patterson (P)2015 Random House Audiobooks
"Good crime story"
The storyline of this book was in classic James Patterson style - well written and gripping. There are two main plot lines throughout the story which come together towards the end, with a cliffhanger at the end.
There were quite a lot of characters in the story which resulted in some confusion if listening to the audio book and doing other things in the background.
Would recommend to anyone who enjoys crime stories and James Patterson
"14th Deadly Sin"
Another enjoyable listen to a great story can't wait for the next one to be published
Absolutely Amazing cannot wait for the next instalment this is Mr Patterson at his best
Read well but story was weak. Music was unnecessary and distracting . Wouldn't recommend it to a usual Murder Club fan
"A bit weak"
I am a big fan of James Patterson and the women's murder club but this book was weak. It set it up for #15 but a bit disappointing.
Great story picking up from previous lines but new angles. Past paced & leaves you desperate for the next book. Definitely one to listen to
"no real deth"
the story was easy to listen to, but no real deth to the story
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