The 19th Christmas
It's not sleigh bells that are ringing this Christmas.As the holidays approach, Detective Lindsay Boxer and her friends in the Women's Murder Club have much to celebrate. Crime is down. The medical examiner's office is quiet. Even the courts are showing some Christmas spirit. And the news cycle is so slow that journalist Cindy Thomas is on assignment to tell a story ...more
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I just love this series and was super excited that Patterson teamed up with Paetro and decided to do a Christmas installment with the ladies of the Women’s Murder Club.
The holidays are the same as any other day when you’re in law-enforcement. When a criminal is planning to carry out a huge robbery, Lindsay Boxer and the rest of the group can kiss their quiet plans for Christmas goodbye.
I found the story to be really entertaining and held my interest til the end. The short, cliffhanger ...more
Women’s Murder Club has become a cast of one - Boxer!
Cindy appears briefly in the weirdest side story of the decade.
Yuki, the same, some weird side story that is so unbelievable it is unbelievable - pretty sure you’ll forget she even appeared.
Clare...a tango (literally) at the end.
Plot...starts off well enough but what ...more
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What a fast-paced read. I loved the Christmas setting and reading it in front of my Christmas tree made the setting even more so. Now to wait until March for the 20th Women’s Murder Club. The crime plot of this one moves at a good rate but it’s the epilogue that really adds even more so to this installment of the series. ...more
However, now the Women's Murder Club seems to be a club in name only. There is little to no interaction between the women and the cases they are working on don't even ...more
Well not quite!
It's time to deck the halls and begin to celebrate the approaching New Year, but why would we have normalcy.
There's a problem with this "Loman" character and readers are led on a chase to find out why.
So, of course panic ensues, time frames linger from past to present, plot twist are ratcheted up and quite frankly everything goes haywire.
After all a deadly surprise being offered up on Christmas in ...more
I've always liked the women's murder club as my favorite of any of Patterson's series. I rated the last couple of books a 3.5 and I'm afraid I have to give this one a 3. It didn't have a very strong plot. There's not enough ...more
Boy let me tell you, I have missed the gang!! I’ve missed the Women’s Murder Club! I’ve missed my favorite guys; Richie, Brady, and my absolute fav Joe! . I’ve missed every single aspect of these books! 19th Christmas was so sweet, really. ...more
Boxer and company have to figure out what's going on, sort out the bad leads, and run down the various mazes. It's a very complex plot, ...more
What I have always enjoyed about this series is the interaction between the 4 friends and this was lacking. As with all Patterson books, it is ...more
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James Patterson is the world’s bestselling author and most trusted storyteller. He has created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today, with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women’s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series. He has sold over 380 million books ...more