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23rd Midnight: A serial killer behind bars. A copycat killer on the loose… (Women’s Murder Club 23)

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Smart characters, shocking twists' Lisa Gardner'I couldn't turn the pages quick enough' Heidi Perks'Terrific, high-octane, really pacy' Jo Spain'A compelling read with great set pieces and, most of all, that charismatic cast of characters'Sun______________The Sunday Times bestsellerWill she live to see her twenty-first birthday? Those who have read any of the prior entries in this series will be in for a treat as they get to spend more quality time with these leading ladies, all of whom are in fine form here. Patterson and Paetro played around enough with their established formula and structure to provide a better casual read. In this book, there is a copycat recreating the murders of a famous serial killer from the Women’s Murder Club’s past. Not only is the name creepy, he is following in the footsteps of the infamous and imprisoned serial killer Evan Burke.

The friendship and camaraderie between the four women and the police team helps to lighten the very dark tone and contrasts well with it. Jack discovers another murder in Moscow that appears to be linked, sinking his deeper and deeper into a conspiracy that could have global consequences. She was a sociology major and graduated from San Francisco State (to which she transferred from Berkeley when she found out that her mother had breast cancer).with Maxine Paetro)FALLEN RANGER: To Rory Yates, being a Texas Ranger means absolute loyalty to the badge. I started it not long after finishing a truly epic read and had high hopes that I’d love this story.

Lindsay discovers that not only is there no trace of the criminals - but that the victim may be keeping secrets. This book stayed consistently busy, moving back and forth between the multiple storylines, and keeping a strong pacing the whole way and avoiding the choppiness and messiness of recent outings. I’m sure a fan would dispute this and maybe there were subplots drifting over from previous books or hidden amoungst the words, but sadly this book was just dull. These books can be read as stand alone, and you get a brief summary in each woman at the start of the book.I love the Women's Murder Club series and James Patterson's style of writing with the short chapters makes his books easy to read. Examples include Lindsay dealing with her stress as a police officer and working through them with her counselor.

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