Honestly, I wasn't impressed. It seems like Mr. Patterson picked a bunch of crazy things to throw together with this latest story starring the Womens' Murder Club.
Although the mystery of who killed Michael Campion was interesting, the whole Yuki/Twilly event was just plain stupid.
Overall, another quick read that will only take you a day or so, but it's not as good as the previous books in the series.
As always, this book by Patterson was a page-turner, but some of the plot lines seemed rather ludicrous, as if Patterson is running out of material or forcing out books faster than good ideas come to him.
Yay! After 2 "eh" books in the murder mystery series, this one seemed to be a little more back to what I liked about the first ones. I still wish it was more of the women doing the solving than mostly Boxer, but I'll take it. Looks like #8 comes out next year, I'm really looking forward to it!
"7th Heaven" is good, quick reading. It had some flaws but overall, it was an enjoyable book, right in line with the quality you'd expect from Patterson. Add this one to your shelf!
Another good read in the Women's Murder Club. This one had three storie lines intertwined -- fire-based murders, a missing sick young man, and the court drama. Yuki, the young lawyer, shared the spot light with Lindsey for this story. And again an unexpected twist at the end. I did feel the the other characters in the 'Club' were tossed in and their events did not really fit into the overall story line -- kind of an after thought to make sure they were included and not forgotten. If you have stuck with the Club this long you will enjoy this book. I look forward to the next one too.