Fairly typical chick lit, but still enjoyable. Best part was the three best friends, who despite being totally different from each other, could overcome their differences and accept and love each other as they were.
I enjoyed this latest installment of the Women's Murder Club! People are suddenly dying in a hospital. Is it a coincidence? When the murders hit close to the club, a race is on to find the killer, a member of the hospital staff. Very exciting!
Nora Roberts always writes a very enjoyable book. The setting is exquisite, but I did not like the main characters much and was able to guess the murderer long before the book's ending. Still worth the read.....the lady can write!
Did not like this book. There was no cohesion, no suspense, the characters were unlikeable and I still don't "get it"......all I could say when I finished it was "What in the world was that?". Total waste of my time.
I have been disappointed in Patterson's last offerings. This one was much better, although he is still using lots of white space and short chapters to plump up the size of the books. I did enjoy this one, though!
It began when panic turned into an attempted robbery into murder. It contiunued when a half-terrified, half-intoxicated Georgie discovered a new talent for exploiting other people's vulnerabilities,, including those of his lovely sister, Jo, and their priest, Father Walsh.
Now no one, not even the county detective investigating the death of the factory manager in their parochial mill town, is safe from Georgie....
Original printing was in 1963, this is a 1991 copy. Dorothy Salisbury Davis has been compared with Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett.
Was a great read....Nora Roberts never loses her touch, unlike other authors. A fresh storyline from her.....I loved the characters, Reena and her family were wonderful, the pizzeria locale was fun and who could not love Bo, the hero who finally meets his "Dream Girl"?