"I'm not on trial. San Francisco is."
An accused murderer called Kingfisher is about to go on trial for his life. Or is he? By unleashing unexpected violence on the lawyers, jurors, and police involved in the case, he has paralyzed the city. Detective Lindsay Boxer and the Women's Murder Club are caught in the eye of the storm.
Now comes a courtroom shocker you will never see coming.
Lightning-fast stories by James Patterson
©2016 James Patterson (P)2016 Hachette Audio
Voracious reader who loves fiction -- mostly SciFi, crime novels, mystery and suspense.
The same -- formulaic, but addicting. Even though I know exactly how it will begin to unfold, I'm addicted to the Women's Murder Club so I keep reading them.
She dramatizes the narrative to such an extent that it becomes distracting. It would be comical if it weren't so annoying.
I expected a Women's Murder Club book to have more women either doing or solving murders. It felt like men stepped in to solve every problem. And I was not comfortable with the protagonist getting back together with her husband (who maybe cheated on her) with no conversation.
Texas yellow rose
Women's Murder Club is one of my favorite James Patterson/Maxine Paetro series and this was a fitting episode in that series.
The story was good and the narration was awesome. I highly recommend
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