REVIEW: 7th Heaven


Title: 7th Heaven
Author: James Patterson
Finished: August 1, 2010
Pages: 376
Published: 2008
Format: First Edition

While a re-read, I have enjoyed this series just as much the second time around as I did the first, and maybe even more so since every book is so fresh in my mind. I’ve reviewed this one before, but only in a quick one.

In book 7 of the Women’s Murder Club series, Lindsay and her partner, Rich find themselves in search of someone(s) who is targeting wealthy couples and burning them alive along with their homes.

Yuki is fighting a case that seems like a hit and run, but turns out as surprising as Lindsay’s case, and finds herself the target of a over zealous writer in search of his next big novel.

Now that Joe has officially moved to San Fran, Lindsay finds herself falling into a routine they never had before, and tensions continue to rise over her crazy work schedule and their future (if they have one). In addition, Lindsay starts to think Joe might have suspicions about her relationship with her partner, and she has a hard time figuring out what she really wanted on all ends.

*challenges: women’s murder club challenge, ryob challenge, 100+ challenge, august 12×12
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