4th of July Women's Murder Club #4 ePUB ¸ July

4th of July Women's Murder Club #4 ePUB ¸ July

4th of July Women's Murder Club #4 ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☂ 4th of July Women's Murder Club #4 Author James Patterson – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk After losing one of its own Lindsay Boxer and the Women's Murder Club make a courageous return for their fourth and most chilling case ever one that could easily be their last A young girl is killed i After losing one of July Women's Epub Ù its own Lindsay Boxer and the Women's Murder Club make a courageous return for their fourth and most chilling case ever one that could easily be their last A young girl is killed in crossfire after a routine arrest goes terribly wrong and Lt Lindsay Boxer has to defend herself against a charge of police brutality In a landmark trial that transfixes the 4th of eBook ´ nation Lindsay fights to save her career and her sanity While awaiting trial Lindsay escapes to the beautiful town of Half Moon Bay but the peaceful community there is reeling from a string of unspeakable murdersWorking with her friends in the Women's Murder Club Lindsay finds a link between these killings and a case she worked on years before an unsolved murder that has haunted her ever since of July Women's ePUB ☆ As summer comes into full swing Lindsay battles for.

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  • 4th of July Women's Murder Club #4
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 12 July 2014
  • 9781594830334

10 thoughts on “4th of July Women's Murder Club #4

  1. Miriam Smith Miriam Smith says:

    James Patterson has joined up with Maxine Paetro in this 4th in the Women's Murder Club series and I'm pleased to say I enjoyed this much better than the last one which was written with Andrew Gross Although I would have like to have seen input from the other members of the club this one was all about Lt Lindsay Boxer it was still a cracking book fast paced kept you guessing until the end and with an unexpected killer I hadn't foreseen it was certainly the traditional James Patterson style thriller I would recommend The 4th July and I'd say this could uite easily be read as a standalone too and I'm now looking forward to The 5th Horseman now that the books seem to have got back on track

  2. Gary Gary says:

    The 4th book in the Women's murder club by Maxine Paetro and probably the best so farUsual James Patterson proven formula fast paced short chapters etc

  3. Li& Li& says:

    Another excellent instalment of the Woman's Murder Club series by Maxine Paetro I listened to this Audible audio book many years ago and all that I remembered was that I really really liked it Now I remember why Fast paced and exciting the whole way through And the revelation at the end was uite shocking and took me completely by surprise What a great book I have no reservations in recommending not only this book but the entire Woman's Murder Club series One of my all time favorite series I enjoy the narrator Carolyn McCormick who did a great job as always Note While James Patterson is listed as the coauthor this book was written primarily by Maxine Paetro I just wanted to give credit where credit is due

  4. Lauren Lauren says:

    If this isn't the last James Patterson book I read I invite you to punch me in the face I can't take these books seriously There is no depth whatsoever to the characters and after four books I would expect to have familiarity with them Lindsay's romantic relationships are a joke Dinner and sex does not love and a lasting commitment The best thing that can be said about this book is that it reads very uickly and that you don't have to pause to look up any words ou don't know It makes obvious trite and stereotypical pop culture references that reuire no further explanation In fact no explanation reuired applies to most of the book Chapter divisions make no sense other than to add length This book is not worth the time it took to read it the 020 I paid for it or the paper it was printed on If I could give it zero stars I would

  5. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    James Patterson's books are either really good or just average and this was one of the really good ones Short choppy chapters made it fast reading and the thrilling story line made it a page turner that was impossible to put down The identity of the murderers came completely from left field I had not even considered two of them as possibilities Just the way it should be in a competently written mystery thriller I have not read any of the earlier Women's Murder Club series but it did not matter This book stood well on its own

  6. Heidi Heidi says:

    These books are in the category of beachvacation read they're a uick read but not the most thrilling of mysteries I thought the first few were the best in the series But if you like a book you don't have to think too hard to read then these mysteries are for you

  7. Tina Tina says:

    This is the 4th book in the Women's Murder Club series I still think they killed off the wrong person in the last book but I really enjoyed this book Wow There was a ton of action I listen to the audiobook and the narrator was really good I enjoyed the audiobook The book as short characters and I think it is a fast read Great series

  8. Cyndi Cyndi says:

    I love James Patterson His style of writing is fun and easy to read And the Women's Murder Club is great That said this book slugged in a few places Lindsey's trial felt a bit bogged down and the extra murder investigation didn't get as much of the story as it needed to build suspense But it's still a good addition to the series and worth reading

  9. Obsidian Obsidian says:

    I hoped to get further into my re read but stopped here I forgot how bad the writing and character development is in these books I managed to get up to the 9th book before and threw in the towel at this pointThere is way too much happening in this one We have Lindsay on trial after the shooting of two civilians The case could leave Lindsay bankrupt if the jury rules against her She and the rest of the ladies of the Women's Murder Club are still reeling from Jill's death in the last book And there seems to be a serial killer out there killing homeless people but also linked to a case of Lindsay's from 10 years ago No one gets any development in this one besides Lindsay That's okay she's the lead but the whole women getting together to solve crime aspect is missing in this one Lindsay is on suspension and trying to relax after the shooting and goes to stay at her sister's place in Half Moon Bay If you were hoping for Lindsay to interact with her sister and maybe talk about their father and what he was involved with too bad so sad not happeningLindsay's love interest Joe is still around and able to fly back and forth from DC it seems at the drop of a hatThe reveal behind some of the murders made zero sense and we don't even follow up to figure out if what was being said is trueWe get an introduction to a lawyer named Yuki who Patterson is setting up to be Jill's replacement in the Club Not too much happening here and not enough to keep me reading

  10. Jodi Jodi says:

    This book in the Women's Murder Club series was very different from the first 3 books in the series In this book Lindsey is put on administrative leave during a trial while she is being investigated for shooting her police gun at two children The charges are found to be bogus and Lindsey is found to be innocent no shock there What makes this book different is that we learn about Lindsey in her free time In the previous books besides working A LOT she dates cooks amazing meals works out and hangs out with the girls However in this book we suddenly learn that she is a song writer plays the acoustic guitar and is a whiz at fixingrepairing old cars What?? Did I miss something in the previous books? Also Martha her dog goes from being sweet and loyal to being a super trained sheep herder who enjoys herding children for fun Really?1? Where do Lindsey and Martha find time to practice that in San Francisco? Towards the end of the book after what Lindsey believes is an attempted break in and Martha tries to save her Lindsey says That'll do Martha That'll do I found myself chortling here because Patterson had to have been channeling Babe the Pig when he wrote that I was shocked to find out who the killers were never suspected them at all I have already started reading the 5th book in this series and its style is back to what the earlier books were

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