I’ve been a fan of Lindsay Boxer since the first book of this James Patterson (turn your volume down if you’re clicking through the Patterson’s site–he has a book trailer that starts when you get there!) series. Tenth Anniversary fills the bill!
It starts with a wedding…and goes down hill from there. A teenage girl is found bloody on the road side, knowing she doesn’t have the baby she recently gave birth to. Her memory’s fuzzy…her story keeps changing…where is the baby?! As Lindsay Boxer struggles to contain her own feelings about babies, she does her best to help the girl out.
A second story line has the other members of the Women’s Murder Club looking for a serial rapist. How is he finding his victims? How can they not remember what happened between their last memory and waking up, fully clothed, with all their belongings, near their homes?
As always is the case with Patterson, the book is a fast read (I read it Sundayafternoon!) and full of action.
I’ll give this four hoots on my five hoot scale!