11th Hour (Women's Murder Club #11)
Lindsay is cal...more
I still enjoy his Alex Cross -- the only series that he hasn't farmed out to lesser talent.
I have also stayed with the Woman's Murder Club series. This might be a function of release date as much as anything else. This late spring annual audiobook entry has been a staple of my drives across country to our place in the mountains of southern California. With "11th Hour," I'm pretty sure I have listened to all eleven with the panorama of differing scen...more
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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 h
Lindsey Boxer is pregnant which is part of the cover tease, but really has nothing to do with the book. There are two high-priority cases going on at the same time. The first is a string of drug dealer murders. Someone the press has dubbed "Revenge" is taking out drug dealers on the street. The second case involves...more
This book gets off to a gripping, fast paced start with the murder of a drug dealer and the discovery of 2 severed heads in a movie star's ga...more
The first case is a series of murders in which someone is clearly going after the city's drug dealers. The press has labeled the murdered Revenge, and both the Homicide and Narcotic squads are a sign to ge...more
There are some spoilers in here for those of you who are not caught up on this series or don't want the who-dunits spoiled.
I enjoyed this installment of the Women's Murder Club series more than the past couple, though there was a few things I had issues with, such as Lindsay's pregnancy. It wasn't mentioned much in the book and I wasn't even sure how pregnant she was, plus the reader never got to see the reactions of the rest of the girls. I would have loved to have known how they...more
In my ongoing love/hate relationship with James Patterson; I once again pre-ordered this book (even after convincing myself I shouldn’t) and set about catching up with the ladies from the Women’s Murder Club. I have read each book in this series and probably like many others feel like...more
This was our first Patterson book and we both found the book to be very g...more
This time we find the members of the Women's Murder Club in various stages of personal romance. Lindsey has finally married Joe and they are expecting their first child. Yuki has found love - with Lindsay's boss. Cindy's relationship with Lindsay's partner is continuing to grow. And Claire's marriage and new baby are flou...more
*Lindsay Boxer, a lieutenant in the SFPD
*Claire Washburn, the Chief Medical Officer
*Yuki Castellano, the assistant DA
*Cindy Thomas, a reporter
In this particular book, Lindsay is in her first year of marriage to Joe, an FBI agent. Lindsay is al...more
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...more
Lindsay Boxer is pregnant and working two cases.
When millionaire drug-dealer Chaz Smith is shot down during a children’s concert the murder weapon is one that was stolen from the San Francisco Police Department evidence locker. The weapon has also been used to kill four other drug dealers. It looks like there might be somebody, connected to the SFPD, out to kill those who can’t be touched by justice. And as Lindsay and her partner soon discover,...more
I did happen across a couple of crashing spelling mistakes which I really didn't expect from a best-selling author's work and they could do with correcting. He used le...more
10th anniversary ended with the announcement of Boxers pregnancy. This book started 10 months later; however, she's still pregnant and not even in the late stages. I did the quick math on this and it isn't right.
The other thing that irritated me was at the beginning of the book it said the 911 call came in at 0720, they arrived at 0735. Then the officer on scene tells them he ar...more
Lindsay Boxer is assigned to two cases simultaneously - the discovery of seven severed heads (minu...more
This disease seems to have infested The 11th Hour. We barely saw Yuki and Clai...more
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The subject of a Time magazine feature called, "The Man Who Can't Miss," James Patterson is the bestselling author of the past year, bar none, with more than 16 million books sold in North America alone. In 2007, one of every fifteen hardcover fiction books sold was a Patterson title. In the past three years, James has sold more books than any other author (according...more