Un delitto è sempre orribile. Ma se a morire è una ragazzina undicenne, di colore, allora una cappa nera di odio rischia di avvolgere l'intera comunità. E infatti gli occhi di tutta San Francisco sono puntati sul tenente Lindsay Boxer. Senza indizi concreti né piste valide si aggrappa all’unica risorsa su cui può contare, cioè riunire di nuovo le «Donne del club omicidi». Unite da un patto di fedeltà e di collaborazione, le quattro donne scandagliano ogni sospetto, ignare del fatto che le loro indagini rischiano di portare alla luce un segreto destinato a sconvolgere anche la loro vita privata…
- ISBN: 8850249780
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 316
Chapter 1 I drove up to the library in my black Miata. Walking in, I thought, "Hell, I deserve a book, I've had a rough couple of days." I searched the shelves looking for books on my list...nothing. I sighed. Oh but what did I see? A James Patterson, I couldn't wait to tell the girls. I grabbed it a Leggi tutto
holy crap, these are HORRIBLE books. I can't stop reading them. It's like picking a scab. Someone help me!!
Another excellent book from James Patterson . I am really enjoying working my way through his many books! This one is the second in his Women's Murder Club series and it was fun, easy reading. I read most of this on a train trip and its short chapters, good story, and lots of action and intrigue made Leggi tutto
"2nd Chance" by James Patterson is the second in the Women's Murder Club series. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed the first one (1st to Die) I had high expectations for this. In the usual James Patterson style the story starts off with full on action and emotion and continues through the whole book Leggi tutto
It looks like James Patterson has fobbed this series off on a "co-author." Disappointing. The plot has almost exactly the same structure as "1st to Die," in the style of "We definitely have the killer! The case is airtight! Except... we don't have the killer and the case is full of holes." Lt. Lindsa Leggi tutto
Number 2 in The Women’s Murder Club series. First up, if you have enjoyed James Patterson’s books in the past then you’ll enjoy this. This has James Patterson’s stamped all over it, fast paced, short chapters with death a vital part of the plot. I see from the cover that it was written in conjunction Leggi tutto
The Women’s Murder Club is back. This time they’re after a racially motivated serial killer. Lindsay once again is proving to be at the top of her game as lead detective on the case. That is, of course, with the help and support of her close friends, Jill, Claire and Cindy. Quick, suspenseful read t Leggi tutto
"5" for entertaining plot, "1" for stereotyping the women... The "Women's Murder Club" is back from Patterson's (solo) "1st to Die" -- three professional women friends of our leading lady, San Francisco Homicide Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer. Except for no sex, this book is a cross between "Sex and the C Leggi tutto
First, to be clear, I need to say that this review is being written for the *Audio Book format* . This is a high paced very enjoyable book with lots of drama, suspense, and plot twists. Plus my favorite four women characters that make up this the Women's Murder Club series. There were a couple of thi Leggi tutto
Why would an organisation devoted to purity of race choose the symbol of a hybrid creature. And why didn't that guy have a tattoo? Seemed to be a random decision facilitated only for a plot twist and not actually a logical result of the character. All the other Chimera members at that one meeting ar Leggi tutto
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