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7th Heaven: (Women's Murder Club 7) by [Patterson, James]
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"Theopening two chapters of 7THHEAVEN should be set to the "Mission Impossible" theme song.Tension and violence races through those first few pages as surely as thatburning fuse tracked across the screen. And you won't be able to stop there."--BlogCritics.org on 7th Heaven

"Riveting. . . fascinating . . . moves at breakneck speed . . . a must-read."--BookReporter.com on 7th Heaven

"When it comes to mysteries, you can't beat theamazing mind of James Patterson . . . Richly woven. The story twists and turnsand the ending will leave you open mouthed."--AllThingsGirl.net on 7th Heaven

"Patterson knows where our deepest fears are buried...There's no stopping his imagination." "New York Times Book Review""

"When it comes to mysteries, you can't beat the amazing mind of James Patterson . . . Richly woven. The story twists and turns and the ending will leave you open mouthed." "AllThingsGirl.net on 7th Heaven""

"Riveting . . . fascinating . . . moves at breakneck speed . . . a must-read." "BookReporter.com on 7th Heaven""

"The opening two chapters of 7TH HEAVEN should be set to the "Mission Impossible" theme song. Tension and violence races through those first few pages as surely as that burning fuse tracked across the screen. And you won't be able to stop there." "BlogCritics.org on 7th Heaven""

"A fast-paced thriller . . . a swift and pleasurable read." "ArmchairInterviews.com on 7th Heaven""

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The no. 1 bestselling seventh instalment in the Women's Murder Club series

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 762 KB
  • Print Length: 396 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0316017701
  • Publisher: Cornerstone Digital (4 Sept. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0031RSAII
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,495 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
I am a big fan of James Pattersons thriller books (not his fantasy books!) but my enthusiasm is beginning to wane.

I have found the last 4 (I think since Maxine Paetro started as co-author) Women's Murder Club books very lacking in substance, predictable and badly written.

I have this theory that he is allowing the other author to use his name but he is not contributing any longer.

I'm dreading the day when a second authors name appears on the Alex Cross books!
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By Wendy Jones TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Mar. 2008
Format: Hardcover
Having read most of James Pattersons books and enjoyed them all including the previous six in this series, I was not disappointed. This book moves along at a cracking pace and the characters are well scripted and thought out. The way their lives intertwine is interesting and only serves to make the plot more believable. I felt that Lindsay Boxer took a bit of a back seat in this one, but this did not detract from the story which was brilliant. The basic presmise is a series of Arson attacks where rich couples are being burned to death in their own homes. I can't say too much more without giving away the plot, but needless to say it is a fast and furious ride to get to the whodunnit. If you have read the other books then read this one and enjoy. If you haven't read the others, then I suggest you do this in order starting with 1st to Die.
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By Dr Evil VINE VOICE on 17 Jan. 2008
Format: Hardcover
In the seventh Women's Murder Club novel, Lindsey Boxer and her partner Richie Conklin face two tough cases. The first - young political celebrity with a terminal heart disease, Michael Campion has been missing for the past 3 months but now the SFPD have a new lead on what happened to him. The team investigate the tip-off and arrest a prostitute for second degree murder. As they dig deeper into the story, the evidence gets thinner and thinner whilst another WMC member and district attourney, Yuki, must prove the suspect's guilt. In the second case, two young arsonists who go by the names of Hawk and Pidge beginning a string of murders where the victims, whose only slight connections are that they were all married, rich and have a kid in college, are tied up and then their houses are burnt down with them inside.

As well as Lindsey's investigations there is also the tense courtroom battle between rookie lawyer Yuki Costellano and veteran L Diana Davis. Then there's Lindsey's forbidden attraction to Richie and her on/off relationship with Joe. Claire Washburn is heavily (literally) pregnant and Cindy is there after a story at any cost, although she is probably the least mentioned character in this book. The mystery of who the killers are is not all there is to think about as there is also a lot of whys and hows in there too. The ending is a little predicable (for one of the cases anyway) but still does not disappoint or let the book down at all.

After the mess that was The 6th Target last year (one of Patterson's worst novels, I may add) I was so glad that 7th Heaven got the series back on track and I think it could even be the best of the WMC books yet.
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Another brilliant work. There is a killer maybe killers on the loose who are targeting the rich. Grizzly killings where the victims are consumed by fire. The killings seem to have a Latin connection. This becomes personal for Conklin when the parents of a previous girl friend become victims. Senseless and cruel and stomach churning as they are Lindsay and Richie set out with their usual dogged determinedness to catch the killer / killers. Conklin's spidey senses lead him to believe the fire chief is setting the fires and finds himself at odds with Lindsay for the first time, she knows the guy he is accusing well and could never contemplate he could do such a thing.
a senator's much loved son? goes missing and A young prostitute finds herself on trial for his murder after she volunteers a confession when evidence leads the Rottweiler cops to her door. How could she be so cold and detached. Yuki in her new role as prosecutor not only has to contend with someone who looks as criminal as snow white, a lack of hard evidence, a red hot defender she has to deal with a stalker who puts her life in danger.
Claire becomes a mamma again which brings much relief to the stresses and strains that surround the group of four. Lindsay remains confused about her feelings for the two men in her life and Joe sensing she is slipping away calls her out on it. She finally moves in with Joe but not for the reasons you'd think. As per his usual genius Patterson throws in a few red herrings adds a few twists and turns and leaves you reeling from the revelations and dizzy with excitement.
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Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Although I am a James Patterson fan, I am disappointed with some of the books written with a co-writer, particularly "You've Been Warned". However, the series of the Women's Murder Club never fails to enthral and I can't wait for No. 8 to come out. My only problem is that I prefer paperbacks so I have to wait ages.
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I've read books 1-6 but I don't think that's essential. Good book, I like the fact the chapters are small, so you can pick it up and read when you only have a little spare time. They are easy reading, no complicated plots, great for a holiday read too.
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