Your best friend...
Lindsay Boxer is pregnant at last! But her work doesn't slow for a second. When millionaire Chaz Smith is mercilessly gunned down, she discovers that the murder weapon is linked to the deaths of four of San Francisco's most untouchable criminals. And it was taken from her own department's evidence locker. Anyone could be the killer - even her closest friends.
Or a vicious killer?
Lindsay is called next to the most bizarre crime scene she's ever seen: two bodiless heads elaborately displayed in the garden of a world-famous actor. Another head is unearthed in the garden, and Lindsay realizes that the ground could hide hundreds of victims.
You won't know until the 11th hour
A reporter launches a series of vicious articles about the cases and Lindsay's personal life is laid bare. But this time she has no one to turn to - especially not Joe. 11th Hour is the most shocking, most emotional, and most thrilling Women's Murder Club novel ever.
©2012 James Patterson (P)2012 Hachette Audio
Series is terrific. Draws you in and you want to know what happens next.
Characters all sound alike. You can't tell when they transition until she identifies them by name. Bring back Carolyn!
Won't buy another book narrated by this narrarator. Sorry.
James Patterson became a quick favorite when I began to read the Alex Cross series, then I discovered the Women's Murder Club and I started from the beginning. The first books in the WMC series were very thought out and detailed. In the 11th Hour things felt rushed, the two crime story lines did not mesh well. I would rather wait longer for a book release and enjoy the quality of the work instead of spending time and money on a work that I don't find enjoyable and may cause to delay purchasing new books or not reading at all.
Really miss Carolyn McCormick. Hope she is back for future books. Didn't realize how much her narration made the story and characters come alive.
Not finished with the book yet. The story is good so far but the different voices are distracting...
After listening to Carolyn McCormick for 10 books, it was very disappointing to have a new narrator. All of the characters voices are different that what I am used to hearing. I can no longer tell who is speaking just by the voice I have to wait until the narrator says its Lindsay or Cindy.
I am an avid eclectic reader.
My computer crashed and it was been several weeks getting in fixed. I was running out of books on my Ipad and was pacing myself and adding more books of Cd as well as e-books to my routine. I was feeling like an addict watching the supply get low. Amazing how much Audible audiobooks are part of my life since I retired.
This is just a run of the mill average story but I like that the story takes place in San Francisco and that the Women's Murder Club is still working together. But I am getting very tired of serial killers. Can we not just have a single interesting murder anymore!
The interaction between the murder club members makes this story flow and Boxer is pregnant and emotional. Enjoyed the problem with the young reporter, it added some comic relief to the story like how they got back at him at the end of the story. Looking forward to book 12.
Okay, I’m hooked on the Women’s Murder Club books even though they are fairly shallow. They make for fast reads. In this one, Lindsay and her partner have a puzzling case. Drug dealers keep being shot dead. It’s done so professionally that their boss decides it’s probably a rogue cop using guns from their own evidence locker. So Lindsay and Rich have to try to track down the murderer, and since it might be a cop, it involves investigating friends. Then, at a millionaire’s estate, they dig up seven heads without the bodies. They seem to belong to beautiful girls, but until they find the bodies, they won’t be able to verify who they are, and of course who killed them. Lindsay sees a picture in the paper of her husband, Joe, with a former partner, and they look very intimate. The former partner, June, calls Joe on his phone, but he’s sleeping and Lindsay answers. She asks June point blank if she and Joe are lovers, and she says they are. Joe denies this but it takes a long time for Lindsay to sort it out and believe him. As I said, a fast and relaxing read.
It is a bit hard to pin, but I never thought this story line reached as high as the early parts of this series. They fit 2 distinct lines into a very short story, and neither really felt fulfilled.
I have seen other commentators that said she was terrible, and I don't agree there at all. This is the first book I have heard from her. I would consider her competent, though not necessarily the best I have heard. Some variation of voice for characters, but again, not as much variation as leads to a WOW! experience.
It was not terrible, but not great either. It fit in the "3-star" category of "nice enough for a short diversion, but not good enough to recommend."
average, not bad, not great. wish the story was better but the last 5 books in this series leave me wanting more. i keep getting the next book hoping this will be the one, this may be my last
the previous 4 books in the series. long slow and only a little entertaining, easy to push pause.
she good but it's bad when the previous narrator couldn't/wouldn't continue on with the series. HATE IT when they change narrators. nothing against JLaVoy i'll listen to her again
NO!! easy to stop Harder to finish
I would definitely listen to this book again. It is a very good book with a fast pace to it.
The continuity of the Women's Murder Club
The ability to listen to the different voices of the characters. The accents that the characters may exhibit.
Yes, but I had to split it up into two sittings as I had a lot I had to do.
I have all the book's in this series and I while I've loved all the books this one lacked something for me. For example Lindsay wouldn't handle the situation with Joe like she did in this book...it seemed pretty wimpy for her. And why did he take a laid back approach? That wasn't his character in previous books.
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