Rich, beautiful, and powerful, Isa and Ethan Bailey were living in the spotlight as San Francisco's perfect couple--until they are found dead in their luxurious home. As the hunt for two criminals tests the skills of the entire Women's Murder Club, sparks begin to fly between Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner, Rich Conklin, making it difficult to stay focused on the case. The electrifying new chapter in the Women's Murder Club series, The Eighth Confession serves up the mile-a-minute twists that only James Patterson can deliver.
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James Patterson did another great job here. He had three different story lines going. You are not sure if they tie together are not. Along with the plots, there were personal story lines going on with three of the main characters. He is just a great author. Really enjoyed the book.
It is a good book, but not great. The story line was good, but at times the narrator read really fast, like in 2x speed and she is just not my favorite.
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The books remain true to form and highly enjoyable. The narrator has a lisp and it gets worse as she gets tired. I mean no disrespect to the woman but it is irritating to listen to. The book is so good one can bear it. If you have to time to read, get the book.
As always, I really enjoyed this book. James Patterson never lets me down. I never seem to be able to put his books down. Keep them coming.
Having read all of this series from its inception, this one rang true to the standards previously set. Lots of activity going on simultaneously with several characters, which adds to the intrigue. Unabridged, however, is THE way to go, as you don't miss out on anything.
I didn't finish this one. James Patterson is my fav author but this one just couldn't hold my attention. I finally gave up. Frustrating waste of a credit.
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