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The 8th Confession by James Patterson
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Jul 09, 09

Read in July, 2009

This is the 5th book these two have co-authored and it's the 8th in the series of the Women's Murder Club. These stories are good and well worth reading if you are a Patterson fan, but tend to fall short when compared to his other books.

This one keeps you guessing along with the detectives as they try to solve some mysterious deaths occuring among the super-rich in San Francisco while at the same time another murder of a homeless preacher who professes a story of hope to his listeners. The strange thing about these deaths, is that no known reason is being found for them...there is no sign of a struggle, no sign that someone killed them, just that they are found dead in their beds. One of the many who are interviewed as a person of interest brings up another cold-case death spree that happened in 1982...which leads them on an interesting search for a link between the cases! Of course the link is found and the reason is well, rather slimy!

If you are a Patterson lover, you will no doubt enjoy reading this one anyway.
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