Quando meno te lo aspetti, ogni cosa può cambiare. Decisamente in peggio, nel caso di Lindsay Boxer, che ancora si sta adattando alla sua nuova vita di madre e moglie.
La serenità a lungo desiderata, infatti, non sembra destinata a durare. Quando un’affascinante donna dai capelli d’oro, un’affiliata della CIA, sembra dileguarsi sulla scena di un efferato omicidio presso un albergo di lusso del centro di San Francisco, la vita di Lindsay inizia ad andare in pezzi.
Prima che lei riesca a rintracciare la donna per fare chiarezza sul caso, infatti, un incidente aereo getta l’intera città nel caos e suo marito, Joe Molinari, sparisce all’improvviso. Più si addentra nelle ricerche, più Lindsay teme che Joe sia in qualche modo legato alla misteriosa donna scomparsa. Travolta dagli eventi e priva ormai di ogni certezza, Lindsay dovrà chiedere aiuto alle sue compagne del Club Omicidi per raggiungere il suo obiettivo: la verità.
Ricco dell’azione mozzafiato che ha reso celebre la saga delle Donne del Club Omicidi, Tradimento finale è la prova del fatto che tutto è lecito tra amanti, nemici e agenti segreti...
- ISBN: 8830449598
- Casa Editrice: Longanesi
- Pagine: 304
I use to love this series. The mysteries and team up of the ladies should be the focus of these. That's how this series started. What made it a bit different from other series. But the ladies now are hardly ever together and the mystery is a side not taken over with Lindsay and Joe relationship. For Leggi tutto
Lindsay and Richie are on scene at the Four Seasons Hotel where four people have been gunned down in cold blood. It's a professional hit, leaving behind no witnesses, no evidence of any kind. One of the victims, Michael Chan, is a college history teacher with a wife, two small kids, and no record. T Leggi tutto
another great book, by the master of crime, Mr patterson never fails to keep you gripping the book by both hands and never taking your eyes away for a second, the women's murder club series is fantastic, and this book fails to disappoint you, sergeant lindsay boxer is a SFPD officer, and does everyth Leggi tutto
"He's a terrible writer, but he's very successful." - Stephen King on James Patterson. This series has officially jumped the shark. Absolutely fucking ridiculous. This was a Lindsay Boxer Made-for-television-Movie in novel form. Plane crashes and the CIA and ruining anything good about Lindsay an
Let me say this at the start: I don't like cliffhangers, mostly because by the time the next book in a series comes out I've totally forgotten how the previous one ended. In this case, it's even worse because I absolutely hate the circumstances (an emotion that is exacerbated, of course, because I c Leggi tutto
4.5* Loved the spy angle of this installment but now I have so many questions about shady Joe at this point. I cannot wait to read 16th Seduction tomorrow. There is so much on the line for Lindsay and her family. Intriguing plot and very fast paced. Took only a few hours to read but it was one curve Leggi tutto
I was very very close to giving this one star, but I can't do it. I love(d) Women's Murder Club. But this wasn't Women's Murder Club. It was the Lindsay Boxer soap opera and while I love Boxer, this was too much. I think we saw the Club all of three times and aside from a throwaway about Cindy tryin Leggi tutto
3.5⭐️ rounded down to 3 This time, Lindsay Boxer is dealing with a triple homicide at the Four Seasons. Then there is a plane crash. What is the link between these two cases? One name - the name of one of the men who was shot at the Four Seasons was also on the list of passengers from the air crash. Leggi tutto
One of the most intricately plotted and action packed in the series.
This definitely was one of my least favorite books in the series. It just seemed like too many plot twists were attempted that ended up falling flat for me. I don't want to say any spoilers here, but I can state that the dynamic between Lindsay and Joe in this book seemed like a 180 from previous st Leggi tutto
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