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  • I was pretty impressed with the way the author showed, without actually saying it, how deep the friendships were between the ladies

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      This is the fourth book in the series for The Murder Club by James Patterson and the basis of the short-lived TV series. The heroine, homicide detective, Lindsay Boxer gets into a bit of spot when she becomes involved in shooting two teenagers who looked like they were just joyriding.

      She takes a well-deserved


      break in a small sleepy town and promptly gets back into investigation mode.

      Apparently, she is unable to take vacations.

      James Patterson co-wrote this book with Maxine Paetro.

      However, I can still sense the decidedly masculine tones of the story.

      However, I could sense that there were humorous injects which was decidedly not in ...


      • the last three books.

        I am also left wondering why this book is part of the series of The Murder Club when the club did not really operate in this book.

        James Patterson could have created a novel with just her heroine in it.

        Since a vacancy in the club was created with the

        death of one of the members, Patterson could have discussed some more how they coped with the loss.

        I was pretty impressed with the way the author showed, without actually saying it, how deep the friendships were between the ladies.

        I just assumed that there would be some sort of acceptance and moving on.




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    Andrew Leither says :

    I have read many James Patterson books but not this one The 4th of July book but I it sounds like another excellent read because I have read many of his books and they always leave you breathless and satisfied at the end and you only wish it was a book that would sometimes go on forever because the characters plot and dialogue and story lines are always top notch and he’s at his best in his writing career as a novelist.

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