REVIEW: 4th of July


Title: 4th of July
Author: James Patterson
Finished: April 22, 2010
Pages: 448
Published: 2005
Format: hardback

The fourth book of the Women’s Murder Club series starts off with a bang and a shocking first few chapters in a dark alley. It goes to show I don’t remember much from the first few books of the series because even I was shocked again at what happens.

Lindsay finds herself in the worst place possible and at the worst time, causing her to question everything she’s ever learned as a cop and believes in. When she’s accused of purposefully inflicting death and injury she goes into hiding at her sister’s house, only to find that murder doesn’t just happen in San Francisco.

I absolutely loved this book, maybe more than the previous one, and the relationship that is building between Lindsay and Joe has me on the edge of my seat wondering where it will be going in the future. I love reliving the lives of the characters.

*challenges: women’s murder club challenge, countdown challenge, 1010 category challenge, ryob challenge, thriller & suspense challenge, 100+ challenge, cozy mystery challenge

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7 responses to “REVIEW: 4th of July

  1. Pingback: 2010 Countdown Challenge « reading comes from writing

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  5. I have an award for you here.

  6. I need to read this series. I really enjoy Patterson but have not followed this line of his books. This one sounds good ;)

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