REVIEW: 2nd Chance


Title:  2nd Chance
Author: James Patterson
Finished: March 16, 2010
Pages: 417
Published: 2002
Format: Paperback

The second book of James Patterson’s Women’s Murder Club is just as exciting as the others. Lindsay has been on a leave of absence since her tragedy only months before. Unsure if she wants to return to work, or when, she finds herself agreeing earlier than anticipated when a new case arises.

When a church is shot up in broad daylight and a young girl is killed, many questions arise as to what and who caused such a crime. All signs point to race but they soon find looks can be deceiving when other cases and murders soon confirm suspicions that something is definitely wrong.

And amidst all the chaos of returning to work, Lindsay finds herself face to face with a past she wished to forget, and new dangers present themselves when she least expects it. Boxer has to rely on her friends and colleagues to keep her safe while trying to piece together a difficult case that keeps throwing her curve balls.

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