The 5th novel in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series. A young mother is recuperating in a top San Francisco hospital when suddenly she's gasping for breath. The call button fails to bring help in time. How and why did this happen? With help from the newest member of the Women's Murder Club, Yuki Castellano, Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer discovers that this is not the hospital's first suspicious case. Other patients have taken unexpected and devastating turns for the worse just as they're planning to go home. Are these just appalling coincidences? Or is a maniac playing God with people's lives? When someone close begins to exhibit the same terrifying symptoms, Lindsay fears no one is safe. In a wild race against time she must fight an administration determined to shield its reputation even if it means hiding a killer...
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I am really enjoying this series and this book has a great story which is keeping me interested in completing the series.
I like Yuki Castillano. She is a smart confident young woman with a sense of humour and quirky ways.
In a few places she over dramatised but I liked her work.
Yuki mothers death.
really enjoy series!!
Loved it though it took me some time to get used to a woman narrator. Found the epilogue ending a little rushed buy pleased they found the Night Walker - would have liked a bit more on "how" they found the Night Walker!
loved it couldn't put it down. Love thus author read a lot of his books. Really enjoyed thus
"Good tale, awful narration."
The Narration is awful; mumbling, whispering then verging on shouting; I never knew what volume to have the headphones at. I persevered because the story was good.
The plot/overall story.
brilliant story so well written as always by James and his associates. well spoken to.
I struggled to keep up with the story.. dissapointed as I am a James Patterson fan.
"Truly Boring Book!"
One of the worst books it has been my misfortune to listen to! I doubt Patterson had any input writing it and the coauthor Maxine Paetro is responsible for this complete mess of a book. As if things couldn't get any worse, the narrator is absolutely painful to listen to as well!
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