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7th Heaven (Women's Murder Club Series #7)
     

7th Heaven (Women's Murder Club Series #7)

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by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
 

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Two cases have pushed San Francisco detective Lindsay Boxer beyond her limits. In the first, a terrible fire in a wealthy home has left a married couple dead and Lindsay and her partner, Rich Conklin, searching for clues. At the same time, Michael Campion, the son of California's ex-governor with a reputation for partying, has been missing for a month. When there

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7th Heaven (Women's Murder Club Series #7) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 430 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
James Patterson's, Women's Murder Club Series, books are awesome! You cannot put these books down. The print is large and the chapters are short, so it's easy reading. His style of writing gets you right into the story. Each book is full of twists and turns, so you are always surprised at the end!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If it's the New Year it must be time for a new James Patterson novel, and the Women's Murder Club returns in great form. Frequent collaborator Maxine Paetro and Patterson spin another devilish and delightful addition to the WMC canon.All the Women make appearances: Lindsay Boxer is adjusting to life having her long-distance boyfriend now living in the same city (and often the same apartment); coroner Claire Washburn is very pregnant and up to her ever-expanding belly in victims of arson-murders; Yuki Castellano is prosecuting the confessed murderer of the former governor's son; and reporter Cindy Thomas continues to cement her status as a valued member of the Club.Conner Campion, born with a degenerative and incurable heart disease, has been a media and public darling his entire life, a la John F, Kennedy, Jr. When he suddenly disappears, the worst is feared, and an eventual tip leads to the last person to see him alive, a young hooker named Junie Moon. She makes a shocking and disturbing confession which she quickly recants, and Yuki is forced to prosecute this less than airtight case.Meanwhile, two young men who answer to the names Hawk and Pidge are tying up well-off couples and torching their homes_while the victims are still inside. The resulting conflagrations leave little useful evidence save one thing: a book, inscribed in Latin with cryptic sayings, is left at each scene.As with the previous titles in the series, the characters share equal importance with the mysteries they solve. The authors are in top form here, expounding believably on the now well-known lives of the WMC members, and Lindsay's new partner Rich Conklin makes a welcome_and compelling_return.Who are the menacing arsonists, whose trail of death leads literally to Lindsay's door? Can Yuki successfully convict a young murderess who is aided by a high-profile, media-savvy woman attorney? Will Lindsay finally say yes to Joe's proposal? Read Seventh Heaven and you'll know those answers and will be anxiously awaiting the next installment.
BookaholicTracy More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this. Very good read. and hard to put down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining, but not one that you can't put down. Also if you're bothered by details that just don't match this one has a couple of them. You know where the author gives you some little detail and then later ignores the rules he/she has set out? Or when they speak about the details of a religious tradition and get them wrong? Perhaps it's just my little peeve but I'm bothered by that lack of attention to details.
erbookworm More than 1 year ago
i enjoyed this book alot i brought it with me everywhere i went .I'm looking foward to the next in the series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Who wants to kill DET Linsey Boxer while she¿s investigating Michael Campion¿s death and who¿s killing rich people? The cases appear to be related but they¿re not. For me this is the best in the series.
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Great Audio book
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Sh! Dont tell the answer Sage!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Smiles. What is up, down, sideways, flowing always, and helps us live, not water.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ho to oliver twist and rp
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had taken a break from this series because it had started to get boring so, when I picked this one up, I was pleasantly surprised. The series seems to be getting better at last. I especially liked the two storyline format. It was just enough to keep interest but not so much that it got tedious. It turned out to be a good mystery with some surprises along the way. I am ready for the next one right away. Stephanie Clanahan
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Jacks off
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Enjoyed all the action. Gruesome murders!!!
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Name- moonbeam, age-22 moons, color- blazing white pwlt with furry red eyes, mate- none, crush- hazelstar, gender- tom
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He leans against the door frame, his gaze resting on Alexa.
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Im thinking here