"Boxer finally marries Joe...a disoriented, naked woman is found wandering , her newborn is missing....not the best book in the series, in my opinion, but still a worthwhile read, especially if you are a faithful follower of "The Women's Murder Club"....."
"Boxer finally marries Joe....A missing newborn whose naked mother, when found, is confused and disoriented. In my opinion, this was not the best of the series, but was still worthwhile as to follow the relationships of the four women....."
"I am most likely in the minority in my evaluation of this book....I gave up after 75 pages...I thought it was boring... I liked many of Steven Kings earlier books, but not this one..I could not even fathom plodding my way thru this missive....."
"One of the better additions to the "Women's Murder Club". In addition to being assigned to two cases...one involving decapitated heads and their missing bodies, the other, the murders, execution style, of notorious drug dealers, Lindsey is pregnant. It is believed that the killer of the drug lords is a rogue cop. And her old friend and now boss, Jacobi is a prime suspect..
Out of Lindsey's husband's Joe's past, (or is it the present as well) comes an old lover, claiming that they are still an item ...... Unflattering and mainly untrue and distorted stories hit the newspaper......Hope the next in the series is as good as the "11th Hour""
"James Patterson has a real hit on his hands with "The Womens' Murder Club". The ladies once again get involved in murder. This time a random (or was it) spraying of bullets into a group of children, killing only one. Another death....a woman is found hanged. Was it suicide or murder? Any connection? A fast. thrilling read."
"This is a wonderful series.......each book grabs you and doesn't let you go...true some are better than others, but even the "not the best" are still way good ! I hope Patterson keeps this series going for a long time....."
"A mystery in the classic tradition...a weekend at a manor house in the country, complete with spies, theft, blackmail and murder....I really enjoyed this book and have requested the next in the series....."
"E.J.Ferris is a former MP, but has been medically discharged from the service after she is injured by an explosion. She is a "Mall Cop" at Fernglen Mall, but she still dreams of one day joining a "real" police department. When the body of a dead teenager is found outside the mall, she calls upon her skills from her previous training to assist in solving the murder. It seems that the surveillance cameras in one specific area of the mall have been deliberately dismantled. Why and by whom? Add to the mystery, the security chief at the mall, Dennis Woskowicz has gone missing. Emma Joy continues to ferret out information that could place her in serious danger. Cool and aloof handsome Detective Hellend is not always happy to have E.J.'s "help". I enjoyed this, the second in the "Mall Cop" series and I will read the next addition when it is released."
"Emily Andrews reminds me of the heroine in the days of the silent movie (minus the railroad tracks and Snidely Whiplash)...if there is any trouble, she will find it, or it will find her....sometimes it was a bit over the top, but all that being said, it was a funny, entertaining book, and I probably will read the next in the series...."
"This is my favorite book ever! One by one, invited guests and servents of Indian Island are being murdered, all based on the theme "Ten Little Indians". Typical Christie, full of twists, turns and red herrings galore...This book will make a mysttery fan out of anyone!"
"This series just keeps getting better and better....Hannah's ex has reentered the picture and ends up dead....to make matters worse, it seems Hannah's youngest sister, Michelle also has a romantic history with the same Professor Bradford Ramsey ...."
"Could not decide, in the beginning of the book, if I was going to like it......ended up enjoying it....it was really very funny.....very funny interaction between the "Moms"...one a rabid Communist, the other a Right Winger.....will most likely read the next installment......."
"I love the "Pennyfoot Hotel" series by Kate Kingsbury, so I decided to give her other series a try..this is the first book in that series...it is entirely different, but just as good a read..This one takes place during WWII....did one of the "Yanks" murder a local girl as many believe?? .. characters are likable and I will be reading the rest of the books in this series as well"