11th Hour

This is the 11th book in James Patterson’s Women’s Murder Club series. This book was a little bit different, it seemed like all the strong women in this book all seemed to have some type of emotional breakdown. What I did not understand was when Lindsay and Joe got into their fight and it lasted as long as it did, why did he give up and just make the make-up so weak? So much rage was expressed and then with a blink of an eye it was resolved. 

I love reading his books, the only thing I don’t like is that it takes me a day and a half to read the book. Not only because I am a fast reader but really because his chapters are so short it seems like you really are getting a novella and not really a full book. So much of the 416 pages just seem like wasted space. His writing style of attempting to get to a climax at the end of each chapter tapers off with the continuation of this series. The content of this book is good but having read so many of his books it seems like the style is the same. I would think with him collaborating with so many writers his styles for each series would have some type of variance. I expect more. When authors write so many books per year, I think they loose some of their writing integrity. I have been saying this of Peterson for quite some time. 

This book is still worth the read if you like Patterson’s work. 


Lindsay Boxer is pregnant at last! But her work doesn’t slow for a second. When millionaire Chaz Smith is mercilessly gunned down, she discovers that the murder weapon is linked to the deaths of four of San Francisco’s most untouchable criminals. And it was taken from her own department’s evidence locker. Anyone could be the killer—even her closest friends.


Lindsay is called next to the most bizarre crime scene she’s ever seen: two bodiless heads elaborately displayed in the garden of a world-famous actor. Another head is unearthed in the garden, and Lindsay realizes that the ground could hide hundreds of victims.


A reporter launches a series of vicious articles about the cases and Lindsay’s personal life is laid bare. But this time she has no one to turn to—especially not Joe. 11TH HOUR is the most shocking, most emotional, and most thrilling Women’s Murder Club novel ever.


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