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11th Hour by James Patterson
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May 11, 2012

really liked it
Read from May 11 to 13, 2012

Maybe because capable co-author Maxine Paetro once again has his back, this latest in Patterson's Women's Murder Club series carries on the tradition in fine fettle. It's always a treat to watch the interaction among the women - medical examiner Claire, district attorney Yuki, newspaper reporter Cindy and the "star" of the show, Lindsay the detective. It's a somewhat improbable group, as well as very PC as the foursome includes both a Black and an oriental woman.

This book centers on unearthing a serial killer - who quite possibly could be a friend of one or all of the women - as well as their dealing with complications from their various love lives. Two are married, two are not; two have children (or soon will) and two do not. The plot is interesting, with a twist or two near the end; still, it's light reading you can finish in a couple of days without trying too hard. If you've got a few hours to spare, give it a go.
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