La madre dell'avvocato Yuki Castellano muore in modo misterioso in un grosso ospedale di San Francisco, dopo un intervento apparentemente banale. Yuki, insospettita, chiede aiuto alle «Donne del Club Omicidi». In breve le quattro amiche scoprono altre morti avvenute in circostanze poco chiare. Un'agghiacciante ipotesi si fa largo: per le corsie si aggira un «Angelo della Morte» che si sente investito di un'autorità divina...
- ISBN: 8850236077
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 326
"The 5th Horseman" written by James Patterson with Maxine Paetro is the 5th in the Women's Murder Club series and is a hospital and courtroom thriller. I'm still enjoying the series, this book contains all the usual James Patterson twists and turns, with fast page turning chapters and well developed Leggi tutto
My book ish: Blog | Insta *fart noises with my mouth* UGHHH... Literally the only reason I continue with this series is because it's so easy to listen to while I'm working. But I'm starting to question this decision. My brain at work is dedicated 50% to my job, 25% to thinking about sexin' up my husban Leggi tutto
Another very good audio book by Maxine Paetro (published under James Patterson ). Narrated by Caroline McCormick who did a fantastic job as always. As Lieutenant Lindsey Boxer leads one investigation into a string of mysterious patient deaths, her friends, head ME Clair Washburn, Attorney Yuki Castel Leggi tutto
Once again, Patterson created a great novel that I just couldn't put down. Not the best, but clearly toward the top of the list with the Women's Murder Club Series. This one kept me guessing till the very end. The trial was the larger chunk of the novel than the actual murder mystery, even though the Leggi tutto
Lindsay and the girls in Women’s Murder Club are at it again. This time the mysterious deaths are occurring in a hospital. Book 5, like book 4, again includes a bit of courtroom drama, which I must say I like having that added to the story. One of the newer interesting characters, Yuki, is given a l Leggi tutto
I thought this book was just okay. It was easy to read, quick and the plots seemed to be a bit far fetched. I suppose as a nurse I was really bothered by some of the arguments in the trial. There are more than 2 checks for drug administration, not just room and bed number. A nurse must verify that y Leggi tutto
I had a feeling that doctor was involved in it somehow, but that shocked me about the nurse.
This is the first James Patterson novel for me. This was a gripping, hard to put down book. Interesting plot, great characters and crisp dialogue. I like the use of short and punchy chapters. There were 139 chapters of about 1 /2 to 2 pages each. Very effective way to keep the story moving. I had al Leggi tutto
I didn't like this one nearly as much as I have the other Women's Murder Club books. There seemed to be way too much going on, and I never really got a real, complete story. The whole thing with Dr. Garza just felt off. He wasn't a nice guy by any means, but it felt like his crime was in there just
I hadn't read a Patterson in a while when I picked this up and it immediately brought back all of the reasons that I like his books. After a bit of a let-down for me with 4th of July, the Women's Murder Club is back in fine form. Patterson's characters are all likeable and easy to root for. The writi Leggi tutto
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