As fire after fire consume couples in wealthy, comfortable homes, Lindsay and the Murder Club must race to find the arsonists responsible and get to the bottom of Michael Campion's disappearance. But suddenly the fires are raging too close to home.
Frightened for her life and torn between two men, Lindsay must find a way to solve the most daunting dilemmas she's ever faced - at work and at home.
Crack another case with the Women's Murder Club.
©2008 James Patterson & Maxine Paetro; (P)2008 Hachette Audio
"In true Patterson style, the reader is privy to Lindsay's thoughts as well as the killers', ratcheting up the suspense an extra notch. Fans won't be disappointed with the twist at the end that not even Lindsay sees coming." (Publishers Weekly)
I've been a Patterson fan for years. The Murder Club is a favorite. Seventh Heaven has all the good moves and mysteries. Narration special. It moves and dodges without a drag. Whenever it was shut down I couldn't wait to get back to it. One of his best.
The Womens Murder Club books continue to bring me great enjoyment. The plots are imaginative and storylines true from book to book. In the middle of No 8 and can't wait for 9 and 10. Hope they continue.
Evelyn J Sickler
Big fan of the Murder Club series, but found this book to be a little thin. Seems like a lot of the story was just to fill the page. But, I still think it was well worth the time to listen. Also, I think part of the problem may have been the narrator, she was just not up to the standard of his previous novels in the series.
I'm a big fan of James Patterson the Women's Murder Club. I read the 6 previous books and watched the tv series. This is my first "listen" of the audio version and I'm sorry to say the narrator is disappointing.
I enjoyed Carolyn McCormick on the Law and Order series, but as a narrator, she is sadly lacking. Often I could not tell when the dialog changed from one character to another. Often, she overlooked an ephasis that needed an inflection of the voice and often she used inflection when it wasn't called for. It made the book boring and confusing, having to plod along in the sameness and concentrate on who might be speaking.
Top notch author, great book series, needs a narrator of the same quality.
yes. you will never get bored with all plot twists.
the very end is sweet and romantic.
yes and they are always riveting
fast, intriguing fun
Claire. She is a wise soul who makes great contrasts in the series. She is worldly, a great human being, and always has a few surprises.
This book is AWESOME, great story and I love the reader Carolyn McCormick her voice is great in ALL the Women Murder Club series. You need to start with Book #1 is a must, you will be hooked (like me) and will not want to stop until you finished with Book #10
I love the Women's Murder Club series and this book was no exception. It kept my mind so occupied on my daily walks at noon that I cheated and wound up listening to it in the car on my way home, as well.
I love the main character and fill compelled to endure the fluff that is interjected in these books to follow the series. One romance scene was so poorly written, I laughed out loud. And the scenes where the grown women sit around on a bed eating ice cream from a container is likely some teenaged fantasy run amuck.
The two main story lines have some serious coincidences that are designed to throw you off the trail...it would be better if they stuck to one well planned mystery instead, but I appreciate they were trying a new formula.
Overall, not terrible. I listen during my commute so it's light enough to keep me occupied without distracting.
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