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)
Yes, keeps you listening for more. GOOD BOOK
All the main characters are well done. Conklin I think is a star in the rough. Can't wait for more of him.
The end was not expected.
I have never read James Patterson, but had high expectations given his success and popularity. This is a poorly written story, and not interesting to me at all. The only thing good about it was the narrator who did a good job.
Reading allows me to travel through time; to visit the world's unique and stunning places. To become somebody I am not... It is glorious.
I enjoy the Women's Murder Club series. I feel as though I would like to know these women in real life. Mr Patterson writes them with some realism though I would like him to delve into their flaws more; I would like them even better if he let me see their mistakes and failures.
The stories are driven by the plot lines more than the characters, and it works because the crimes are usually intricate, murky and complex. This novel fits the mold well. And though I feel his writing style is a bit formulaic it isn't so off-putting as to make me stop reading the series.
It is an entertaining story presented by a talented reader.
Most of the series.
Can't say, I don't have that kind of time.
I would not listen to it again. There is no compelling reason to listen again.
The ending of the book was had a great plot twist.
The narrator just does not have the ability to clearly differentiate vocally between the characters. At times, I found it difficult to follow who was talking during a conversation.
Though James Patterson is one of my favorite authors, this book was not as good as they usually are. The investigation was not complete and in that he missed the opportunity to enrich the story. I wasn't satified by the ending or the general writing.
Though the book wasn't really bad, it's not the kind that would get you hooked on Patterson books, so if it is your first I'd suggest you keep trying. They get better.
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