The no. 1 bestselling 11th novel in the Women’s Murder Club series
A WOLF IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING
A weapon stolen from a police evidence locker is used in a series of vigilante murders. Detective Lindsay Boxer must investigate her closest colleagues - and ask herself which of her friends she can trust.
Also on Lindsay’s to-do list: a grisly scene in a famous actor's garden, where two severed heads have been left. When a third is unearthed, Lindsay is left wondering how many heads will roll before she catches the killer.
Amid all this, Lindsay struggles with her pregnancy and the vindictive reporter dragging her personal life into the public eye. She and her unborn baby are heading into dangerous territory…
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Got me in from the beginning, could not put it down, one of the best
While the story is quite good it is a little "light on" in the plot department and character development. The back story of the " women's murder club" characters is excellent and well written but the murder plot is superficial and predictable - no depth; nothing to keep you awake reading half the night.
I expected a much "deeper or fuller" plot for a story from Mr Patterson, perhaps he is spreading himself a little too thin with the number of co-authors he is now working with these days.