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Guilty Wives by James Patterson
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Apr 20, 2012

really liked it

I have been reading so much James Patterson and mysteries lately that I sometimes feel guilty about adding another, and this one was a very good (guilty?) read to add. It had all the ingredients that I've some to expect and love from Patterson but also added a quite intelligent main character, a woman to the mix. In fact she was so clever sometimes I wondered if anyone "real" would have been able to do some of things she did, against some pretty big odds and with lots of determents thrown her way. It starts a little slow, which is a little unusual for most of his books, but it did add some depth to the story line , and it picked up quite nicely and zoomed to the finish. As with most of his books, once you get hooked on the story it's hard to stop reading, and once I got past the somewhat slow parts, this book was no exception.

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