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When a horrifying attack leaves one of the four members of the Women's Murder Club struggling for her life, the others fight to keep a madman behind bars before anyone else is hurt.

And Lindsay Boxer and her new partner in the San Francisco police department run flat-out to stop a series of kidnappings that has electrified the city: children are being plucked off the streets together with their nannies--but the kidnappers aren't demanding ransom. Amid uncertainty and rising panic, Lindsay juggles the possibility of a new love with an unsolvable investigation, and the knowledge that one member of the club could be on the brink of death.

And just when everything appears momentarily under control, the case takes a terrifying turn, putting an entire city in lethal danger. Lindsay must make a choice she never dreamed she'd face--with no certainty that either outcome has more than a prayer of success.

390 pages, Hardcover

First published May 8, 2007

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James Patterson

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James Patterson is the world’s bestselling author. Among his creations are Alex Cross, the Women’s Murder Club, Michael Bennett, and Maximum Ride. His #1 bestselling nonfiction includes Walk in My Combat Boots, Filthy Rich, and his autobiography, James Patterson by James Patterson. He has collaborated on novels with Bill Clinton and Dolly Parton and has won an Edgar Award, nine Emmy Awards, and the National Humanities Medal.

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Profile Image for Phrynne.
3,153 reviews2,003 followers
May 26, 2016
I have decided I am a fan of this series. They are all so easy to read and always have sufficiently intriguing mysteries and a nice batch of friendly characters. Add to this short chapters which keep the pages turning , and you have books which are always good to have at hand for when you need something neither heavy nor demanding.
The 6th Target is typical of the series. It has a couple of different police cases going on, one involving a mass murderer and the other child abduction. All four members of the Women's Murder Club are involved to varying degrees although Lyndsey has the most significant role. Much of the story revolves around police work with its necessary failures and successes. Time is also spent in the court room and these chapters are written well.
So a perfect book to read in a doctor's waiting room, on a plane or as light relief between other more onerous books. I am sure James Patterson writes to entertain his readers and he succeeds.
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1,499 reviews151 followers
March 1, 2017
Apart from one or two that I haven't totally enjoyed, the Women's Murder Club series are a really good read. This "The 6th Target" written by James Patterson together with Maxine Paetro is a fast moving, edge of your seat thriller in the usual Patterson style, quick tense chapters, an excellent storyline running alongside smaller plots that all come together successfully at the end. Ive collected all these books to the series over the years but just never got round to reading them, I'm glad I've started to now - I really feel like I personally know Lindsay Boxer and the girls and look forward to reading the 7th in the series.
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108 reviews22 followers
June 10, 2008
I have to keep reading these because I started them...but wow are they getting bad. The latest left it wide open for the 7th book. Also, my bf - a psychatrist took one look at the "Insane" killer and noted it wasn't even described correctly. also, I was left to wonder, if this person was doped up as strongly as he was...how was he still so clever?

I am tried of Lindsey's whinning. I don't buy the friendships between the women, totally falls flat. More then anything, I don't see the appeal of Lindsey's hardly-seen boyfriend Joe...why is she pinning for him again? Beats me. Apparently beats her too since she keeps breaking up with him. Am I supposed to be rooting for them? Whoops, my bad. And again this book had 3 different plots...confusing and frustrating.

I will read 7 just to be done! But I don't expect to like it...
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2,371 reviews1 follower
February 21, 2022
This is a crime thriller, and this book is the 6st book in the Women's Murder Club series. I really enjoyed this book, and I feel this is one of my favorite in this series so far. I love the characters, and the storyline was really good. This book it well-written. I did not really love the last few books in this series, and I also stop reading this series. I am glad that I picked this book up. I listen to the audiobook of this book, and the narrator was really good. I really enjoy listening to the audiobook.
Profile Image for Darla.
3,236 reviews479 followers
March 1, 2022
In this 6th installment, the Women's Murder Club members all find themselves directly connected to a wave of crimes including murders on a ferry and attacks in an apartment building. There is also a kidnapping of a young girl to solve. Why no ransom note? Lindsay Boxer has a new partner, a new title, and her relationship with Joe is experiencing growing pains. Jump on for the ride. You'll get to spend time in the heads of more than one criminal mind and go to court with Suki. I give it 3.5 out of 5 -- rounding up to 4 stars.
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329 reviews16 followers
April 23, 2008
I usually enjoy James Paterson's books definitely not for his writing, but at least for his suspensful stories, but The 6th Target fell a little short for me. There was hardly any character development and I felt like he wrote the book just to get another "Best Seller" under his belt. As far as the Women's Murder Club series goes, I have only read the first one, which I really enjoyed. This being the 6th book in the series, I got the impression that James Paterson really has no idea how to write about women. Both his character's inner monologue and dialogue seemed extremely far fetched and almost stupid to me. Parts of the book were gripping and like his others it is a nice fast read, but I just wasn't a big fan. I felt like he started off with a pretty good story and then put no effort into developing his villains. At the end I really feel like he just gave up and wanted to finish the book.
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Author 7 books133 followers
February 15, 2020
I really had to push my way through this one. I just feel he didn't have any passion for this book at all. It was lacking a lot. Yes, I enjoyed one or two things that happened in the book, but for the most part I was bored out of my mind.
Profile Image for  Li'l Owl.
398 reviews231 followers
August 5, 2019
On a bright sunny morning a madman with a gun has made a trip on a ferry boat deadly for four innocent people, one of whom is a young boy. Lindsay Boxer's best friend, Claire and her son William were also caught up in the attack and Claire has been shot in the chest. While Claire fights for her life Lindsay and her new partner, Rich Conklin, pick up the case, and solving this one is personal. Then the shooter inexplicably turns himself in but he's says that he 'didn't mean to hurt anyone', and claims that 'the voices in my head made me do it.' Now it's up to prosecutor Yuki Castellano to prove that not only is the man NOT legally insane, but that he's guilty of murdering four people, attempted murder of a fifth, and recklessly endangering the lives of everyone else on the farry. He has been deemed sane and capable of being tried in court and Yuki is determined to prove that he knew full well what he was doing, that he purposely took aim and starting shooting people, and that he should be found guilty and be punished to the full extent of the law in prison for murder, not in a psychiatric hospital.

At the same time, parents all over the city are terrified when someone begins kidnapping young children and their nannies in full daylight. Then the case takes a terrifying turn when the kidnappers don't contact the families with a ransom demand. With very little to go on, Lindsay and Richie fight to find even the smallest thread of a lead, knowing that time is of the essence, and the clock is ticking.

And, as if things weren't bad enough, people living in Cindy Thomas's apartment building are panic-stricken as someone is killing people at random and no one has any idea who would do such a thing to innocent people.

This is the sixth novel in the Woman's Murder Club series and the books continue to thrill me with the suspenseful story lines while keeping me hooked as to the happenings of the four friends, Lindsay, Claire, Yuki, and Cindy.

The 6th Target is an edge of your seat ride from beginning to end. The brilliant twists in the plot took me completely by surprise and I couldn't foresee what would happen next, only making the tension rise higher and higher. Maxine Paetro masterfully blends the three cases together while adding a few personal romantic sparks among the characters along the way. Even with everything happening it's easy to follow and even though it's the sixth in the series the story lines and crimes remain new and original, the characters are as fresh and interesting as ever. There seems to be endless excitement among the four friends, each one with individual twists that pop up unexpectedly, thus keeping me on the edge of the cliff in anticipation of what the next book, 7th Heaven, has in store.
If you've been following my reviews of this series you'll know that this is the second time I've listened to these audio books. The first time was so long ago that I don't recall very much other than that I loved them and I'm enjoying them as much as I did the first around.

Note - This novel is in audio book fomat. As is always the case, narrator Carolyn McCormick does a seemingly effortless job of bringing the story to life from the written words on the pages. Her enthusiastic story telling is additive and I always have difficulty turning it off.
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455 reviews1,720 followers
August 23, 2022
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Lindsay is a whiny, unprofessional baby in this one. Listening to her complain about being Lieutenant and asking to drop back down to her previous rank of Sergeant (I mean, just keep playing into that sexist idea that this job is too hard for the little ladies why don't you?) while running around trying to solve a slew of different plot lines (three in this one) that keep intersecting and confusing the story, is exhausting and frustrating.

The friendship/teamwork of the Women's Murder Club has become very odd. I find it fascinating that someone can write these scenes and think, "yes, this is good. I'd like other humans to read this with their eyeballs," and also kind of offensive that someone can write these scenes and think, "yes, this is how real human women speak and behave with one another."

Half of the time, I felt like I was reading a novel written as if Alex Cross was on Saved by the Bell. This series is becoming the after-school special of crime novels.

If you like supreme cheese, go for it.

⭐⭐ | 2 stars
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589 reviews64 followers
November 19, 2019
A trio of crimes in this installment are a shooting spree on a ferry, the abduction of a little girl and her nanny and systemic attacks on tenants in a apartment building. Two of the three directly affect members of the Women's Murder Club, and one has indirect effect.
Mr. Patterson wastes no time in getting the reader engaged.He always starts off at a dead run(pardon the pun), lets the reader regroup briefly then he's off and running again. With short chapters and continuing threads between characters, the stories are for me enjoyable reads. Some are better then others, but they are consistently engaging.
I enjoyed the courtroom drama and was fascinated to see how fine the line can be between mental illness and insanity. Good read.

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3,523 reviews784 followers
April 18, 2020
Not as good as the last episode, but still full of page turning incidents. A man massacres 5 people on a ferry, a heiress is kidnapped in broad daylight, and there's a maniac in Cindy's apartment block! A case or three for the Women's Murder Club to solve! 5 out of 12.
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230 reviews
October 27, 2007
I feel that there is too much going on in this book. It begins with a major shooting, where one of the women in this group gets shot. The trial of this murderer continues throughout the book, while other cases are happening, like some murders at an apartment building, and a kidnapping of little girl (who happens to be someone’s boss’ daughter). Everything is connected, making this a stressful time for the club, but they don’t seem concerned. Everything is treated lightly, never getting too deep into any one part. Patterson just skims these events. Makes me wonder if he wrote it or if Maxine Paetro wrote it. Is this series going to turn into a formula series, like Danielle Steel? Let’s just say that I am very disappointed, and if they continue the series in this manner, I will probably stop reading them. But, on the bright side, they created a T.V. show from these books that is pretty good!
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993 reviews1,894 followers
May 15, 2022
القاتل يطرق باب منزل الرقيب التي تتولى التحقيق ويسلم للأصفاد مُعترفاً بجريمة قتل عدد من الأبرياء..
يبدو أن مركز الشرطة مجهول العنوان بالنسبة للقاتل ، كما إنه ليس بانتظارك مُطاردة ، فالرجل سلّم نفسه فماذا تريد بعد...
تنزل الرقيب عن رتبتها إلى ملازم لأنها تثبت جدارتها في القبض على المجرمين في الشارع ولا يليق بها الأعمال المكتبية...مع أنها لم تلقي القبض على أحد...
من المفترض إنها تتولى قضية اختطاف طفلة ، يتم استدعاءها للتحقيق في جرائم قتل في المبنى الذي تقطن فيه صديقتها المُقربة ، اليس من المفترض التركيز على قضية اختطاف الطفلة ومقتل مٌربيتها ؟!..
هنا الجرائم كلها تصل للحل دون أي مجهود يبذل من جانب الشرطة ، ليس هناك تقصي ج��د للتفاصيل ولا إثارة للشكوك ولا التقاط للتفاصيل...، كل الإجراءات التي يتم اتخاذها لتدارك الاحداث بطيئة وبليدة...الحظ يحالفهم في الحقيقة بصورة مُستفزة...
النجمة الواحدة للمناورة بين الإدعاء والدفاع في قضية القاتل الذي سلّم نفسه...
يبدو أنه أصبح ليس من السهل أن تنال رواية جريمة إعجابي 😏
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Author 2 books16 followers
January 1, 2009
Lindsey (main character) is an idiot! Throughout this whole series I haven't been able to decide if I like her or not and I have finally decided that I don't. I think that is part of the reason it has taken me so long to complete the series. I am half way through this book and I have found myself actually skipping over whole chapters just finish the dang thing. Not like the chapters are long, any one who has read James Patterson before knows that his chapters are only about a page long (seriously). And even with skipping whole chapters I still know exaclty what is going on. This series isn't horrible, but I would only start if there is nothing else to read.

I just noticed that there is a 7th book! Will it ever end?

I decided I don't want to contiue this series after all. In fact I didn't even finish this book, (skipped to the end and read the last couple of chapters). Hope someone else has a better experience with it than I did. It just wasn't worth my time.
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297 reviews23 followers
July 16, 2020
In the 6th book of the Women’s Murder Club, Lindsay, Cindy, Yuki, and Claire have a lot going on. As usual. Right off the bat, one of the four women is shot on the ferry along with other people in an apparent random shooting. Meanwhile, a serial kidnapper is making their way through the city. And to top things off, something is going on with Lindsay and Joe.

What I like about this series is how reading each book reminds me a little bit of watching an episode of Law & Order: Fast-paced story, unexpected turns, the combination of police work as well as courtroom drama, but not without the occasional cheesy or cringey comment made by a character or two. 😅 Some episodes are better than others and that is also the case with this book series. I will likely move on book 7 at some point.
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1,331 reviews62 followers
August 25, 2018
The 6th Target by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro is the 6th book in the Women's Murder Club Mystery series. Medical examiner Claire is shot at a ferry dock shooting, there are unexplained deaths at reporter Cindy's apartment and a young girl is abducted. Fast paced with plenty of action and adventures. Lindsey is demoted on her request and her love life is on and off. I love the friendships and support that the Women's Murder Club provides. An exciting book that keeps you reading to the end and makes you want more.
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1,394 reviews290 followers
October 28, 2014
I just read another Women’s Murder Club so this is the second one in close order. The last one (4th of July) left me feeling a little iffy about this series – not really that good I thought. I wanted to try another one right away to see if I could just ditch this batch of books on my TBR shelf.

The 6th Target rolls right out with a mass murder on a ferry by a crazy guy. Then, unexpectedly, the crazy guy turns himself in, making me wonder what we are going to do with the rest of the book. The last book turned into a slightly interesting but not exciting story of a trial and I thought this one was going to follow that same path. I was not thrilled. The role of the trial in this book is only slightly more interesting and thankfully shorter. The author seems determined to show that the tabloid realities of Rodney King and O.J. Simpson are not forgotten.

With our prurient interest tested, suddenly, we get shifted into a child kidnapping case with a possible murder which gets our heroine back into the picture. Mostly it is not obvious to me that we are dealing with a heroine rather than a hero except when she is in bed with her boyfriend or pining after him. Other than that, the fact that this is a woman cop is barely discernible. (One of my reasons for selecting this series was the woman cop angle so I am disappointed.)

But, let’s just see where this goes, OK? The chapters are notably short as in previous books and that in itself does keep things moving along relatively quickly. Several cases vie for attention: the crazy mass murderer, the child kidnapper and the apartment building noise vigilante all have their rambunctious moments of implausibility. And, of course, our heroine’s erstwhile romance.

The cover of this sixth book in the series promises the “toughest case ever” but if the hype is not obvious the follow up seventh book offers the “most terrifying case ever”! These paper backs must scream off the supermarket racks as they are cranked out. I can but wonder if I should commend lead author James Patterson for openly sharing credit with Maxine Paetro who is also listed as a co-author on the cover or castigate him for taking the credit and royalties for a book written by someone else. I can only Google and grin querulously about the relationship of the writers as Patterson is given book jacket kudos and Maxine “lives with her husband in New York.”

I am somewhat embarrassed to admit that I bought several books in the Women’s Murder Club series drawn in by the promised but ultimately disappointing “Women’s” connection. I have now read several and must consign the several remaining to the free library give away rack at the restaurant across the street. I gave my first encounter four stars a couple of years ago, a reprise three stats last week and this most recent offering two stars for its worn and predictable path. Time to make room on my groaning bookshelf for some more noteworthy offerings. Farewell, James Patterson. RIP, Maxine Paetro. I have been ever so gullible and desperate for diversion. But I must raise my sights.
Profile Image for Razvan Banciu.
879 reviews46 followers
January 30, 2023
Sometimes I feel guilty of being slightly unfair to Mr. Patterson's works. But reading this book emphasizes my opinions, as:
- the three sub-plots, Brinkley, Renfew and Tenning are average ones, if not below it
- there is not the faintest idea of humor in all the series
- Lindsay's private life (which interests me less than the yesterday's weather forecast...) proves the heroine to be a dumb person, her visit to Joe's house is quite a pathological case
- all the books contain lousy arrest tentatives or escapes from the jail, so you can see how good the knights of the law are.
So, three is the correct number...
6 reviews
May 22, 2014
The Women's Murder Club series was something I started for fun and school purposes, of course. I did not know what I was getting myself into. I had no idea that I would become hooked on his novels. I have read from the very beginning up to mid-book of the twelfth novel in the series. His style of writing has captivated me, and I do not mind. His books are a pleasure to read. They keep you on the edge of your seats, wanting more. You become frustrated more than once because you know things the characters do not. Dramatic irony is common in this series and can be quite infuriating. Nonetheless, it is a part of the excitement that comes along with the novel. Each book in the series is a different roller coaster ride, different crime scenes, different evidence, different tragedies, different love stories, different obstacles, yet the same anxiety and anticipation. It is unreal. James Patterson is one of few authors that has captured my interest long enough to pull through the entire series without a let down. "The 6th Target" gave me a wave of emotions. I absolutely loved the book. I loved how it kept me guessing. Like the rest of the series, you become a detective yourself. You become engaged in the story as if you were a character. I am positive that once you start reading, you will not want to put the book down. I recommend this book to teenagers and adults. Those who love thrillers will fall in love with this series and book, along with Patterson's style of writing. There is a part in the book where Cindy's life becomes endangered, and you're left wondering if she will become a murder victim or live to be a part of the next book. However, I do not want to give spoilers so get yourself a copy and start reading! It will be worth your while!
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1,366 reviews45 followers
March 2, 2009
Book 6 in the series "A Women's Murder Club"

I am totally addicted to this series, all the books are simply fun and entertaining and this one is no exception. In the 6th target we find more than just a page turner with a great plot and many surprises, a real doze of adrenaline for the readers. While we are engrossed in this mystery we get to know a little more about the members of this unusual Club and find ourselves immersed into their different life choices.

This one begins on a ferry boat, when six shots are fired killing four passengers and injuring one of the Club's members. Claire Washburn is now struggling for her life while the others fight to keep a madman behind bars before anyone else is hurt. If you like courtroom scenes the story has the typical exchanges between lawyers, witnesses and the accused. Yuki Castellano presents her first murder case with pizazz.

Meanwhile, San Francisco is plagued with a rash of other bizarre crimes. Children with their nannies are being plucked off the streets seemingly without any motive and Cindy Thomas finds her apartment building under siege by vandals. Amid the rising panic and the excitement, Police Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer juggles her personal life with the investigations.

Can things get more complex than this "Oh yes" thrown in is a touch of romance. This series is getting better and better with each installment.
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176 reviews3 followers
October 10, 2016
I am loving the Women's Murder Club books, they are easy to read, short chapters, lots of action.

The 6th target sees Claire shot & nearly killed, child abductions & killer stalking the halls of the block of apartments he lives in!
In typical Patterson style, the plots intertwine well, without getting lost & confusing, and the action is 100 mph.

I've read lots of reviews that slate this book & the series, some saying that the characters have gone of tangent & it no longer feels like a women's club as they seem to have stopped solving the crimes together, and that there are too many plots instead of just one main story line.
Each to their own opinion, but I disagree!
Yes there are 2 or 3 plots going on, but that is true to real life and it keeps the book interesting instead of it dragging and trawling over one plot. Yes in this book, the ladies aren't sat together solving the crimes because for 1 Claire was shot and in hospital & 2 it doesn't have to be literally them sat around a table solving crime every book, it would get boring otherwise.
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398 reviews8 followers
August 27, 2014
In this sixth installment of the Women's Murder Club series, Lindsay is faced with bringing three different perpetrators to justice in unrelated cases. The first is killing tenants (and their dogs) in his apartment building when they make too much noise. The second is kidnapping particularly gifted and attractive children, and the third is a cunning assailant who is also seemingly legally insane. I can't provide any further details without spoiling the suspense for those who haven't read the book yet.

In addition, Claire has a surprise announcement and Lindsay breaks up with Joe, her longtime FBI beau. But is the breakup permanent?

Patterson is almost incapable of producing an uninteresting read (I say "almost", because there was one where he allowed his co-author a little too much license). Loved this book, and love the series!
August 29, 2016
Read May 2014
Starts out think that the character is crazy but then it was freaking me out because the character

Re-read for a challenge- August 28,2016
Still a good quick book to read and Lindsay is still a tough girl with a great heart.
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333 reviews37 followers
September 20, 2018
I liked these books before. I am getting back into the series. Lindsay Boxer works for the San Fransisco police department and she is now a Sargeant. With her friends Yuki and Claire, they solve crimes. They call themselves the Women's Murder Club. The newest case is a shooting on the Del Norte ferry. The convicted is Fred Brinkley. He shot six people because the voices in his head told him so. Will pleading insanity be in his favor? One of the people shot was Claire and her son, Willie.
Profile Image for Jennifer Wardrip.
Author 5 books479 followers
November 27, 2012
The gang is back to solve another case, except that this time, there are numerous parallel mysteries running amok in Patterson's THE 6TH TARGET.

Fred Brinkley, a man who hears voices inside his head, is videotaped murdering four innocent people aboard a ferry. He's charged with attempting to kill two others, one of whom happens to be a now critically injured Claire Washburn.

A five-year-old piano playing prodigy by the name of Madison Tyler is snatched off the street along with her nanny, and with no ransom note coming in to the family, things aren't looking good.

At Blakely Arms, an apartment complex, things are going from bad to worse as a dog is viciously murdered, residents are attacked, and people are beginning to suspect a neighbor in the building.

Demotions, pregnancies, relationship break-ups, life-altering decisons -- all of these plot lines vie for space within THE 6TH TARGET. As the four players of The Women's Murder Club set out to get their lives together while solving a series of mysteries, you'll be glad that you're along for this fast-paced, thrilling ride.
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205 reviews1 follower
May 18, 2013
What was I thinking going back to this series? I guess I forgot there was a reason I quit reading these books in the first place. This one has 3 different crime stories which are not connected. The main crime is a shooting spree on a ferry. The killer is depicted throughout the book as being clearly insane, but when he is found not guilty by reason of insanity the author suddenly turns him into a sane, calculating killer who escapes from a mental hospital and taunts Boxer with the legal concept of double jeopardy. Really? This guy could barely function throughout the book but now he's a manipulative genius? This is the author expressing his own misunderstanding, fear, distrust and hatred of those who are mentally ill. Oh, and Lindsey and Joe... the way Lindsey treats Joe I'm beginning to hate her and I definitely think she doesn't deserve this guy. Does Joe have really low self esteem that he keeps throwing himself at this woman who treats his grand romantic gestures as annoyances and breaks up with him in the middle of having sex? I'm really going to try to remember this time not to ever ever go back to this series.
This entire review has been hidden because of spoilers.
Profile Image for Julie.
420 reviews60 followers
February 1, 2016
Anytime I get in a reading funk, I know I can pick up a Patterson book and quickly become immersed in the story. While his writing isn't the greatest, it is entertaining and keeps me reading late into the night....

It took me a while to warm up to the main characters in the Women's Murder Club series, but I can tell you that I have finally become invested in their lives and individual stories. This particular book did a good job dividing its time among the four women. There were two mysteries as part of the main plot; one the killer was revealed immediately, the other one not until the end. I liked this mix. As usual the chapters were all very short and always seemed to end on some sort of crisis. Not the most intellectual or stimulating read, but definitely worth reading.
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378 reviews59 followers
September 18, 2017
A madman loose on a ferry, with a gun, kills 4 people and injures one of the ladies of the Women's Murder Club. Then he runs. Yuki Castellano, our newest member of the club and brilliant lawyer, has decided to switch sides for a while. Though she is second chair to the ADA prosecuting this case, he has a heart attack and Yuki has no choice but to take the podium and continue on. The public defender insists that his client was insane at the time. But was he really? Or is he just a good faker?

Meanwhile, Cindy has moved into a new apartment building and people are getting hurt and dying. Another madman is on the loose. These women can not catch a break.

Lindsay (Boxer) is still dating Joe, but has decided to call it quits.
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