12th of Never: (Women's Murder Club 12) Hardcover – 14 Feb 2013
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FANS LOVE THE WOMEN'S MURDER CLUB!
"Those who haven't read any of the novels in the Women's Murder Club series are cheating themselves."--BookReporter.com
"I can't believe how good Patterson is....He is always on the mark. I have never begun a Patterson book and been able to put it down."--Larry King, USA Today
"Patterson and co-author Paetro spin a fast-paced triple mystery that expertly weaves the stories together. It is the distinct yet complementary personalities of the WMC members that make the story's heart beat."-- "Library Journal" --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.
The twelfth novel in the bestselling Women's Murder Club seriesSee all Product description
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With Lindsay Boxer as a new mother, her baby's birth was the intro to this latest book. That alone is something that just feels secondary to the series and no real thought had gone into it. Yuki is now running a case which seemed to take over for the majority of the book and I have to be honest and say that this particular part of the story didn't grab me. It is a case involving Keith Herman, a disgraced attorney, who is being prosecuted for the murder of his wife. Whilst Lindsay and Yuki are busy, we see Claire get demoted following the disappearance of a body from her Morgue, and finally we see fleeting glimpses of Cindy whose relationship with Lindsay's partner Rich Conklin appears to be running into trouble.
I read this book pretty quickly, which wasn't difficult as JP books are never meaty anyway. But by the end of the book, although I couldn't say it was terrible, I also couldn't say it was brilliant. It felt like storylines were created for all 4 characters and there was far too much going on for them individually. This made me feel like I was jumping from pillar to post, without any real sense of connection. Like many others I have probably read at least 60-70% of James Patterson's books, but am finding that my patience is wearing a bit thin. I would prefer to wait all year for one book from the man himself, than to constantly try and catch up with all the various series and co-written books he produces. Overall, another James Patterson disappointment!
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