Yes, another James Patterson novel! I’m so glad he’s a prolific writer, giving me great reads throughout the year.
In the 11th Hour:
Lindsay Boxer is pregnant, her marriage is great, and her friends are there to support her. When she lands two big cases, she has to promise her commander that she will concentrate on the high-profile one.
The high-profile case involves a wealthy business man, gunned down at his child’s recital. He was one of the city’s drug dealers who are being systematically gunned down with weapons from the police property room. Is the killer a cop? Which one?
But the case that has Lindsay’s attention is the bizarre crime scene on a famous actor’s property. Two skulls are found arranged on the patio and more are found buried on the property. Is the actor the madman behind any of this? He was accused–and acquitted–of his wife’s murder. There was never a body. Is hers one of the skulls found in the yard?
Lindsay’s personal life ends up in turmoil. Is the alleged drug dealer killer someone close to her? Whose skulls were buried on the estate? Why is a local reporter writing about her every move–professional and personal?
Never fear, the Women’s Murder Club is there to help answer all the questions. But they might not find them until the 11th Hour…
Another great, fast read from Patterson & Paetro. I never get tired of the Women’s Murder Club. Do you?