This one just didn't capture me like the last.
Lindsay Boxer is battling two cases. Who is killing the wealthy families of San Francisco, not just killing, but binding them up and setting fire to their homes and what happened to Michael Campion, the son of the ex-governor. Everyone knew that he had a heart condition, but when he was last seen walking into the home of a prostitute, the rumors start flying; and with no body, Yuki has quite the uphill battle in prosecuting the very innocent looking prostitute he was seen with. In addition to a battle for her own life.
Lindsay needs the full support of her Women's Murder Club to sort out all the details of these two case, but when she decides to take a little time for herself, well, tragedy hits a little too close to home.
To me, this book just wasn't as good as the other women's murder club books. I had a hard time staying interested in it for some reason.
Honestly, I wasn't impressed. It seems like Mr. Patterson picked a bunch of crazy things to throw together with this latest story starring the Womens' Murder Club.
Although the mystery of who killed Michael Campion was interesting, the whole Yuki/Twilly event was just plain stupid.
Overall, another quick read that will only take you a day or so, but it's not as good as the previous books in the series.