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21st Birthday: A young mother and baby daughter go missing (Women’s Murder Club 21)

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Among his creations are some of the world's most popular series including Alex Cross, the Women's Murder Club, Michael Bennett and the Private novels. He has written many other number one bestsellers including collaborations with President Bill Clinton and Dolly Parton, stand-alone thrillers and non-fiction.

Full of minor character development and some fast-pace criminal work, the Women’s Murder Club has a new case that will pull all four of them in, using their specific skillsets, to catch a serial murderer.Adapting as best she can, Boxer never loses sight of what matters, justice for the victim, and makes her mark repeatedly throughout the book. Birthday": In the 21st book of the Women's Murder Club series, the women find themselves facing an unimaginable tragedy. If what Lucas tells law enforcement has even a grain of truth, there isn't a woman in the state of California who's safe from the reach of an unspeakable threat. As Lindsay, Cindy Thomas (crime reporter), Claire Washburn (chief medical examiner) and Yuki Castellano (assistant DA) – the Murder Club – met to hash out their theories and ideas on the case, more brutal murders were occurring. She learns that Burke may have been stepping out on his wife with a teenage student, which does raise an alarm.

Even after taking it down, Cindy thought about the disappearance of Tara and Lorrie Burke, a 20 year-old and her infant daughter. With Yuki forging ahead in court and Boxer gathering evidence, it will only be a matter of time before Lucas Burke’s fate is determined. Not only was it totally rushed after a certain point (don’t want to have any spoilers ) but it had such ridiculous things going on that I am not even fully sure what happened.It made me laugh as the actress who played Rizzoli in the TV series was also the same actress Angie Harmon who played Lindsay Boxer in the TV adaption of Women's Murder Club. I enjoy when they meet at Susie's for some beer and food to discuss over a case, which this time is a serial killer who targets women and children. Cindy hands Kathleen off to Detective Lindsay Boxer just as there is a change in the hierarchy of Lindsay’s division, causing a domino effect in her life going forward. The first 100 – 150 pages were interesting and the primary murder mystery started off with promise and potential, but after page 200 it was pretty much downhill until the end. I thoroughly enjoy the camaraderie between the four women; Joe, Lindsay and little Julie; and Lindsay and her team of investigators.

Still, Yuki will do things by the books and try to get a conviction on the evidence she has before her. So the first two thirds of the book were so good that I thought I might have a 5 star book when I finished. Tara's Mom arrives to the San Francisco Chronicle to fill in the details, but Cindy get rid of this poor woman's cry for help.That changes, and she starts investigating what appears to be a serial killer at work, even as Tara and her baby are still missing. The handful of other key characters emerge throughout the story and offer the reader something intriguing to enjoy. I get what we are supposed to think happened, but in the rush to wrap things up after the final twist, we don’t get a major plot point from earlier in the book explained. This book starts with a missing person's case of a daughter and her baby, no one seems to believe the mother of the daughter except for Lindsay and Cindy.

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