Then a prominent businessman is found murdered under bizarre circumstances, with another mysterious message left behind by the killer. Lindsay asks her friends Claire Washburn of the medical examiner's office, Assistant D.A. Jill Bernhardt, and Chronicle reporter Cindy Thomas to help her figure out who is committing these murders, and why they are intent on killing someone every three days.
Even more terrifying, the killer has targeted one of the four friends who call themselves the Women's Murder Club.
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As a stand alone book the story was good, but as a series I think I'd be done if I hadn't already purchased the next three. Poor Lindsey has the worst luck ever! As if losing her lover and then her father weren't enough you kill off a friend?
It was very hard to finish this audio book. The cheesy sound effects and music made the whole thing super corny.
James Patterson has done it again. Linsey Boxer and The First Murdered Wives Club has brought us into another surreal murder mystery adventure. One that throws us into a paradox 60's social radicalism and modern organized domestic terrorism.
I can't wait to hear 4th of July.
I have been listening to this series in sequence. All the narrators have been good, however I am happy to see the same narrator will finish out the remainder of these books.
This story had the same usual twists and equally as enjoyable as the others.
Extremely well written, great story. Did not disappoint!
I thought the storyline was one of the best I have read in crime fiction.
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.
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