I read this book during the week of the 4th of July and found it to be a good beach read, but not one of Patterson's best. There were some interesting twists and turns, but it wasn't a nail biter like so many of his other books are. The dialogue between the characters was less than stimulating, but fortunately the storyline was better. And as always, the surprise ending was a surprise. Not in a knock-your-socks-off kind of way, but a surprise all the same.
I read this in two sessions. I have really been drawn in to the characters in this series and just needed to know what was going to happen!
To get to an "average" novel length, SF cop Lindsay Boxer is involved in two stories at once. While she is being sued for wrongful death in her police work, she also helps solve a serial killer case that goes back ten years to her first police homicide case. It was an exciting read; I will probably read more of his work.
This was good, and had some twists and turns that I didn't expect. However, the ending left a lot to be desired...it seemed like it wrapped up entirely too quickly and left some unanswered questions into motive and consequences. However, it was a good addition to the Women's Murder Club series!!
I love, love, love this series! This has got to be the best one yet! I can't wait to read #5! This is a page turner to the very end and kept me guessing every step of the way! Started it Monday afternoon and if I hadn't needed to go to bed so I could get up for work I would have finished it.. I couldn't wait to get back to it and I wasn't disappointed! I've never cared much for Patterson until this series!