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Guilty Wives by James Patterson
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Sep 09, 12

Read in August, 2012

Guilty Wives is a story of four women who go on holiday together without their husbands and end up in a French prison accused of the murder of a prominent politician. A thriller of love, lust ,murder and ultimately betrayal.

Abbie, Winnie, Serena and Bryah are 4 friends who go away to Monte Carlo for a lavish girly weekend. They enjoy their weekend in high-end casinos, luxurious hotels and night clubs but after partying onboard a private yacht they awake to being surrounded by the French Police and military. Not knowing what is going on they are arrested as terrorists after the murder of the French President and his bodyguard.

After being convicted for the double murders Abbie takes it upon herself to try and prove their innocence and find out why they were framed and by who. Will they survive the brutal French prison and succeed in getting answers and ultimately their freedom.

Overall, this is a very well written and entertaining novel, but then I expect nothing less from James Patterson. A great story with lots of exciting twists and turns that keep you guessing and then guessing again. A real fast paced page turner.

I would highly recommend this and fans of James Patterson will not be disappointed. If you haven’t read any of his books before you are in for a real treat.

Rating: 5/5
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