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A terrible fire in a wealthy suburban home leaves a married couple dead and Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner Rich Conklin searching for clues. And after California's golden boy, Michael Campion has been missing for a month, there finally seems to be a lead in his case--a very devastating lead.As fire after fire consume couples in wealthy, comfortable homes, Lindsay A terrible fire in a wealthy suburban home leaves a married couple dead and Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner Rich Conklin searching for clues. And after


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A terrible fire in a wealthy suburban home leaves a married couple dead and Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner Rich Conklin searching for clues. And after California's golden boy, Michael Campion has been missing for a month, there finally seems to be a lead in his case--a very devastating lead.As fire after fire consume couples in wealthy, comfortable homes, Lindsay A terrible fire in a wealthy suburban home leaves a married couple dead and Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner Rich Conklin searching for clues. And after California's golden boy, Michael Campion has been missing for a month, there finally seems to be a lead in his case--a very devastating lead.As fire after fire consume couples in wealthy, comfortable homes, Lindsay and the Murder Club must race to find the arsonists responsible and get to the bottom of Michael Campion's disappearance. But suddenly the fires are raging too close to home.Frightened for her life and torn between two men, Lindsay must find a way to solve the most daunting dilemmas she's ever faced--at work and at home.

18 review for 7th Heaven

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ban

    I must say, Yuki is really getting on my nerves right now. The books seem to get more boring ever since there is that co-author. I can't help it. I liked Yuki at first but by now I really dislike her. When Jill was still there, you wouldn't spend half of the book reading about the things in court and all that stuff. So I really dislike that. I mean, if I wanted to read about court stuff, I'd buy a book about that. But these books are, in my opinion, about homicide cases and therefore I really di I must say, Yuki is really getting on my nerves right now. The books seem to get more boring ever since there is that co-author. I can't help it. I liked Yuki at first but by now I really dislike her. When Jill was still there, you wouldn't spend half of the book reading about the things in court and all that stuff. So I really dislike that. I mean, if I wanted to read about court stuff, I'd buy a book about that. But these books are, in my opinion, about homicide cases and therefore I really dislike that there is so much book-time spent in court with Yuki and less time with Lindsay and her team trying to find the killer. Also, the cases seem to be more boring. They used to be with twists that would turn the entire case upside down. Now it's just from one dead end to the next until they happen to find one clue that leads to the big bang. Meh.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I have to tread lightly when reading James Patterson books. I have really liked the Women's Murder Club series, but after the first one, they were almost unreadable. Crazy amounts of sex and bad language, they just weren't for me. The stories were always entertaining but I just hated those other parts. This is by far the best in the series. Hardly any cussing (although there is some) and sex (ditto), it's much more tame than the others. The story was intriguing and tense, made even more so by th I have to tread lightly when reading James Patterson books. I have really liked the Women's Murder Club series, but after the first one, they were almost unreadable. Crazy amounts of sex and bad language, they just weren't for me. The stories were always entertaining but I just hated those other parts. This is by far the best in the series. Hardly any cussing (although there is some) and sex (ditto), it's much more tame than the others. The story was intriguing and tense, made even more so by the fact that I was in San Francisco while I read about a killer loose in San Francisco. I was bummed that she didn't resolve whether or not she was going to marry Joe. I like her partner, but Joe is the man for her and I will be devastated if she breaks up with him. He gave up his job with Homeland Security to move to San Francisco and be with her, and he is soooo great. My hope for the next one is that she'll marry Joe and keep solving crimes!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bunny

    I don't know why I persist in reading these awful things. I think I originally liked them, back when Patterson was actually writing them, as opposed to putting his name on other people's work. But Maxine's writing style is so mediocre, you just know she would never be published on her own merit. Seriously, she makes it absolutely impossible to like these characters. There isn't a one I give a crap about, and I hope for at least one of them to bite it each book. This time it was Clare.Did you kno I don't know why I persist in reading these awful things. I think I originally liked them, back when Patterson was actually writing them, as opposed to putting his name on other people's work. But Maxine's writing style is so mediocre, you just know she would never be published on her own merit. Seriously, she makes it absolutely impossible to like these characters. There isn't a one I give a crap about, and I hope for at least one of them to bite it each book. This time it was Clare.Did you know Clare is pregnant in this book? Well, just in case you might forget, every. single. time. Clare's name is mentioned, you'll get to hear how huuuuuuuuuuuuge she is. How big that belly is. How Ruby is a giant watermelon of fat on her stomach. We get the fucking message. She's knocked up. Shut up.As usual, no one gives two shits about Lindsey's love life, and yet it fills up 1/4 of the book. Joe is so wonderful I love him, oh, but we can't talk about my quickie with my partner. I am sooooo not interested in him, but he's attached because I'm such a vixen in the sheets. No, no, no, won't happen. What do you MEAN you're going away for the weekend to see another woman that is such a slight on ME I THOUGHT YOU LOVED ME BEST.How the fuck is anyone supposed to concentrate on the MURDER part of the WOMEN'S MURDER CLUB series?!As for the murders? Was anyone brain dead enough to think that Junie Moon was going to be found guilty? That was the shittiest plot yet in this series. I can walk into a police station tomorrow and say "I did it. I killed that little old lady found dead in her living room." And you know what? The police will interview me, they'll search my house, they'll check my alibi. And when they find no forensics, no proof at all that I did it?They're not going to arrest me and try me. That's not how police work goes. Not even for "famous" people. Give me a goddamn break. And in all of this, I couldn't care at all about the A plot. Fires being set, rich people toasted alive? Awesomely fascinating. But nope. The rest of this tripe ruined it for me. I will eventually forget how much I hate this writer and read the 8th book. Thank god for libraries, because I would never pay money for this garbage.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This wasn’t one of my favorites but the series must go on!3 stars!Full review to come!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anastasia

    7th Heaven by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro is the 7th book in the Women's Murder Club Mystery series. Arsonists are targetting wealthy couples, burning them alive after robbing them, and the disappearance of the son of a former governor keep Sergeant Lindsay Boxer and the members of the Women's Murder Club busy. Fast paced with a few twists. It was nice to be introduced to Clare's new baby daughter at the end but disappointing that Lindsay has still not committed to Joe. The back and forth 7th Heaven by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro is the 7th book in the Women's Murder Club Mystery series. Arsonists are targetting wealthy couples, burning them alive after robbing them, and the disappearance of the son of a former governor keep Sergeant Lindsay Boxer and the members of the Women's Murder Club busy. Fast paced with a few twists. It was nice to be introduced to Clare's new baby daughter at the end but disappointing that Lindsay has still not committed to Joe. The back and forth between the two cases made it confusing at times, but overall an interesting, quick read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    Women's Murder Club #7: Patterson and Maxine Paetro comeback with a return to form after the not as good sixth instalment. The Women's Murder Club are involved with a confession to a celebrity murder, another celebrity stalking one of the Murder Club members, and the main case, a spate of robbery / arson / homicides! Another riveting read. 6 out of 12 Women's Murder Club #7: Patterson and Maxine Paetro comeback with a return to form after the not as good sixth instalment. The Women's Murder Club are involved with a confession to a celebrity murder, another celebrity stalking one of the Murder Club members, and the main case, a spate of robbery / arson / homicides! Another riveting read. 6 out of 12

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amberb03

    Soooo good!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    02/14/08TITLE/AUTHOR: 7th Heaven by James Patterson & Maxine PaetroRATING: 4/BGENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Suspense/2008/396SERIES/STAND ALONE: #7 in Women's Murder ClubTIME/PLACE: Present/San Francisco, CA CHARACTERS: Lindsay Boxer/Detective; Yuki Castellano/Asst DA Cindy/Journalist; Claire/doctor FIRST LINES: Tiny lights winked on the Douglas fir standing tall & full in front of the picture window.COMMENTS: library book. Two storylines keep you turning the pages. The teenage son of recent governor 02/14/08TITLE/AUTHOR: 7th Heaven by James Patterson & Maxine PaetroRATING: 4/BGENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Suspense/2008/396SERIES/STAND ALONE: #7 in Women's Murder ClubTIME/PLACE: Present/San Francisco, CA CHARACTERS: Lindsay Boxer/Detective; Yuki Castellano/Asst DA Cindy/Journalist; Claire/doctor FIRST LINES: Tiny lights winked on the Douglas fir standing tall & full in front of the picture window.COMMENTS: library book. Two storylines keep you turning the pages. The teenage son of recent governor is missing. He has a congenital heart defect and he has been highlighted in the media over the years. Another "hot" case in the San Francisco area are the serial arsons taking place in upper-end homes that include taking the lives of the owners. Good suspense.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jodie (whatjodiereads)

    I love that James Patterson’s books have more than one storyline. It makes the book more interesting and luckily they’re written so well that it doesn’t get confusing. There was a lot of twists in this one and I didn’t predict any of them! Again you get to meet some new characters and I really liked them. I don’t think I’ve ever read crime books that make me this emotional! There’s something in every book that makes me feel sympathy for the characters. This is definitely one of my favourite seri I love that James Patterson’s books have more than one storyline. It makes the book more interesting and luckily they’re written so well that it doesn’t get confusing. There was a lot of twists in this one and I didn’t predict any of them! Again you get to meet some new characters and I really liked them. I don’t think I’ve ever read crime books that make me this emotional! There’s something in every book that makes me feel sympathy for the characters. This is definitely one of my favourite series and I love every book. I’m reading book 8 straight away and I can’t wait!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ala_Ra

    The story was good.The pace? ExcellentThe plot? Good The characters? Fine The plot's intricate, but there's not much of a character building. But maybe it's just me who feels this way coz this is the first time I've read a book of this series, and it doesn't really help that I started with the 7th book. However, even if the characters are not very descriptive, they are definitely likeable. And I didn't find any of the main ones annoying. A lot of things were happening and that's what I meant by The story was good.The pace? ExcellentThe plot? Good The characters? Fine The plot's intricate, but there's not much of a character building. But maybe it's just me who feels this way coz this is the first time I've read a book of this series, and it doesn't really help that I started with the 7th book. However, even if the characters are not very descriptive, they are definitely likeable. And I didn't find any of the main ones annoying. A lot of things were happening and that's what I meant by the pace being excellent. Like there were no filler pages, and each of them had a content. But the quality of the content was questionable, and that's why I've stated that the plot I just good and not anything more than that. Like, during the timeline of the story, there were 4 fire accidents (the Malones, the Meachams, the Chus, the Jablonskys) and there was a very interesting trial regarding Michael Campion's disappearance. I wasn't really satisfied with the story coz, the mystery around the murders was solved mostly coz of the murderers' one last screw up. It felt like the Women's Murder Club (WMC) didn't really contribute much in solving it. I mean I get it that the cases were all met with dead ends with there being absolutely no evidence, but then again don't the protagonists of the story supposed to do something at least a tad bit heroic and figure something out? Chapters 121 to 124 were like the climax scenes of the book, and they were just too rushed. Like, the evidence was just lying around at a place. I might be wrong but from what I read it really looked to me like it was never the MC's skill, talent or experience. Things just happened and they were just there driving from one crime scene to another, investigating and getting nowhere. And the last chapter (125) was just pointless. It left me feeling so frustrated. Also, imo, this was more of a mystery than a thriller. Okay, spoilers ahead, people. Let's first talk about the fire-starters:🤷‍♀️ Like, Lindsay did follow through each of the cases, but did she find anything other the books with the latin quotes? And did those quotes lead to anything? Nope. 🤷‍♀️ Were the SFPD or the WMC finding any clues or connecting any dots or tracking anyone? They seemed quite incapable actually. 🤷‍♀️ The motive of the murderers? They were writing a graphic novel and wanted it to turn into a blockbuster movie. Also, Hawk and Pidge were just psychotic. 🤷‍♀️ The Chu's daughter was carried out of the house by Hawk, and she had clearly seen his face. Couldn't these people have eventually investigated her more and found any leads? 🤷‍♀️ When they finally caught upto Hawk they actually didn't catch upto him. Did they? Those two attempted an attack at the Campion's house and they messed up coz Mr. Campion somehow reached his gun and shot hawk. And as usual the MC's just drove upto the crime scene and carried out the formalities of an investigation before the half-dead Hawk completely took his life. Even then, Lindsay or Richard Conklin (Rich) couldn't get Hawk to make any confessions or even find any leads. 🤷‍♀️ Then they came across Pidge. Why? Coz some other kid owned a website that spoke of these fire homicides. And Lindsay and Rich just asked the kid the reason for him using latin phrases on his website and the kid showed them a graphic novel. And the graphic novel totally revolved around these homicide incidents and below the author's name there were two icons... Hawk and a Pigeon (Pidge). And through the witness that is Mr. Campion they knew that the two boys called themselves Hawk and Pidge. Everything was obvious. So where is the detective work here? Everything was handed to them. 🤷‍♀️ By then they had already got the Hawk and Pidge's real names from the graphic novel. It was a matter of looking for those names and they soon got to know that they were from Stanford University. Which is partly obvious coz it was already kinda known from the beginning that the murders were college kids. Once the got the Uni details, it was an obvious matter of fact of going through stuff like year books or questioning the students there to get a pic of Pidge. And of course they'd gotten their address too. It'll all obviously be there on the SFPD system or the Uni's system.🤷‍♀️ They finally go to Pidge's place and watch him kill his mom. And lamely and finally arrest him. Then go to Hawk's place and obviously find all the evidence there including Hawk's parents' corpses. 🤷‍♀️ I repeat. The evidence was all there in one place. They literally had to do nothing but obvious steps of following each scene to get there. 🤷‍♀️ And there are no scenes of what happens after the arrest. Like they arrested Junie Moon for Michael Campion's death and questioned her left and right. But there are no pages describing the critical questioning scenes with Pidge? A guy who just burned down 4 houses and 8 real living people? And with that being said....We're moving on to Michael Campion's case.🤷‍♀️ Why are Lindsay and Yuki so dead set that Junie Moon was responsible for Michael's death? They were already suspicious of her, but I get that. But why were they so sure that she had something to do with it? They only got a tip that someone saw him walk into Junie's house. 🤷‍♀️ I'm sorry. But I feel it's kinda stupid. Like there's no body, no evidence, no witness and no nothing at all. But they're all sure that Junie Moon was involved in Micheal's death and the dismemberment of his body? How??? Based on one confession? How can a confession hold so much power? It looks like the WMC's biased. They hear something they wanna hear, and then when they do they decide it's the truth. Like if we're all going on with believing words out of a person's mouth, then the line "I did not do it" will hold the same amount of power as the line "I did it". Get my point? 🤷‍♀️ And here also. They just got a tip mentioning Junie Moon's name and they decided it was her. Another example of these MC's being incapable. Like they didn't figure out Junie Moon's involvement on their own. Someone had to inform them. And once they get the info, they don't even dig enough to get evidence. 🤷‍♀️ They're definitely biased. Yuki literally once said something like, Michael was seen going to Junie's place and since then nobody had heard from him and that was not like him coz apparently he loves his family, is responsible and is the golden boy, whatsoever. So Yuki's whole case is based on a person's image and public reputation? Wth? And I was even more annoyed when it was later revealed that Michael was indeed alive and he had just selfishly escaped with plan of living with his lover with no trace or evidence or even a good bye phone call to his parents, just contradicts his reputation. The very same reputation that these MC's had built their case on! 🤷‍♀️ And after all this, it turned out that Michael was actually alive. And guys, even I had this suspicion that he had run away from his family. Why didn't this thought even cross Lindsay or Yuki's mind? Are they that incapable of some actual thinking? You investigate. You find evidence. And if you don't? Then you accept that the info was false! 🤷‍♀️ The fact that Michael was alive and yet half the book was about court trials over his death that never even happened, had me feeling so frustrated. And dude, what's the point? And the fact that Yuki receives some dried up blood on a piece of cloth and some hair at the very end of the story and yet again confirms that he's dead, made me lose my mind. Like people, how could you still go in believing in things that u just saw and heard. And the other fact that the WMC could never figure out what truly happened to Michael, made it all seem extremely pointless. Like isn't this your job? Isnt this why you're the main characters of a whole series?! Okay... Now that all that's done. I'm gonna rant a bit more.Jason Twilly's character and input certainly made things more interesting and I'm glad abt it. He laughed, said, 'Delete the last forty-two seconds, okay, Lindsay? I'm an idiot, and I'm sorry.—————Okay, I finally found a tad bit of romance and I was glad. Coz I totally need romance. So this whole convo made me super happy. Yes, I'm a cheesy idiot. Also, this Richard Conklin is kinda funny and adorable. And what little I saw of him, I liked it.But as we grappled together, making the delicious climb to ecstasy, an image of another man came winging to my mind.—————ok so there's finally some romance and it involves Lindsay emotionally cheating on Joe (a really nice guy) with Rich? That whole scene where there's finally some tiny brainworks of Lindsay and Rich and they put everything together in Chapter 63......👇[The couples were all in their forties and well-to-do. The doors to all the houses were unlocked...........The couples all had a child of college age..........The killer is smart and unthreatening enough to talk his way into the houses...He or they used fishing lines as ligatures because they'd burn off quickly......They don't leave evidence and that's smart.]Well that...👆 That was brilliant. That's what I wanted to see more of. 'Requiescat in leguminibus,' I said. 'Rest in peas.'I started moving the bags of frozen vegetables aside until I saw a woman's face.'This freezer is deep enough for two,' Jacobi muttered. —————The scene where they find Hawk's parents' deadbodies...was very thrilling. That was just chilling. But apart from that sick and twisted murder scene, this book doesn't exactly give you the "thrills". So summary:The writing was very contemporary, light and easy to grasp, so I found it very easy to get into the book since page 1. The pace was excellent since a lot of interesting things were happening all the time. And there wasn't a single boring moment in the book. But it all came down to very very unsatisfying conclusions. And most of the interesting stuff that happened turned out to be pointless. The characters were likeable, but it didn't look like they did justice to the story being a "mystery/thriller" or their own professions being involved with the SFPD. So conclusion, I didn't mind reading this book and I even quote enjoyed most of it, but I don't think I'll be reading anything else of this series anytime soon.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    I'm just going to pretend the last chapter of this book didn't happen because that honestly would bring my rating down to 2 stars. The rest of the book was great, really thrilling plot lines involving arson and some great heartfelt moments with the Murder Club. I'm a bit sad Cindy took a back seat in this one, but I enjoyed Yuki's plot line a lot so I can't complain too much. My only complaint is what kind of name is "Junie Moon" for a suspect. I couldn't take her seriously (bambi-eyed prostitut I'm just going to pretend the last chapter of this book didn't happen because that honestly would bring my rating down to 2 stars. The rest of the book was great, really thrilling plot lines involving arson and some great heartfelt moments with the Murder Club. I'm a bit sad Cindy took a back seat in this one, but I enjoyed Yuki's plot line a lot so I can't complain too much. My only complaint is what kind of name is "Junie Moon" for a suspect. I couldn't take her seriously (bambi-eyed prostitute named JUNIE?).Can't wait for the next adventure with Lindsey, she's like my best friend only she's not real and is a cop.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Brooke ♥booklife4life♥

    Basic InfoFormat: E-bookPages/Length: n/aGenre: Murder Mystery At A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: NoCliff Hanger: NoTriggers: n/aRating: 3.5 starsScore SheetAll out of tenCover: 7Plot: 7Characters: 8World Building: 7Flow: 7Series Congruity: 8Writing: 7Ending: 7Total: 7In DeptBest Part: I can't tell ;)Worst Part: I don't believe it much. Thoughts Had: Eh.ConclusionContinuing the Series: YesRecommending: YesShort Review: Why would this random two kids just decided to follow this com Basic InfoFormat: E-bookPages/Length: n/aGenre: Murder Mystery At A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: NoCliff Hanger: NoTriggers: n/aRating: 3.5 starsScore SheetAll out of tenCover: 7Plot: 7Characters: 8World Building: 7Flow: 7Series Congruity: 8Writing: 7Ending: 7Total: 7In DeptBest Part: I can't tell ;)Worst Part: I don't believe it much. Thoughts Had: Eh.ConclusionContinuing the Series: YesRecommending: YesShort Review: Why would this random two kids just decided to follow this comic or book or whatever and burn down houses?! I was very upset that Lindsay was affect by poor workmanship. Then that ending. That son of a bitch. Really?! Ugh. Men are pigs, just saying. I wish Lindsay would just give Joe a freaking answer already. Misc. Book Boyfriend: JoeBest Friend Material: Clair Review in GIF Form:

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    3.5 starsI know I complain about this series every time I write about it, so I am taking this book off. As a matter of fact, this was my favorite book of the series (so far). I thought there was more mystery and surprise in this one than in the others and the relationships of the women moved along nicely. A poster child for goodwill vanishes and after six months the police finally have a lead and they bring in an angelic looking prostitute for questioning. Lindsay and Conklin are able to get a c 3.5 starsI know I complain about this series every time I write about it, so I am taking this book off. As a matter of fact, this was my favorite book of the series (so far). I thought there was more mystery and surprise in this one than in the others and the relationships of the women moved along nicely. A poster child for goodwill vanishes and after six months the police finally have a lead and they bring in an angelic looking prostitute for questioning. Lindsay and Conklin are able to get a confession and Yuki, is awarded the case for the district attorney. She thinks it is an open and shut case, but things start to go south in court and at home as she is stalked by a writer covering the story. There is also a number of arson and murder cases that claim some of San Francisco’s wealthiest as victims. Things turn personal when Conklin must tell an old flame that her parents have been burned to death. Lindsay is still conflicted about her feelings for Joe and Conklin. It makes you want to sit down and talk to her about what is going on in her head! There is also a baby to one of the women in the club and a surprise in the plot at the end that left the book ending on a high note.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Laurel-Rain

    San Francisco Police Detective Lindsay Boxer and her Women's Murder Club friends are back with another mystery that had this reader staying up late and rapidly turning pages.It all begins with the mysterious disappearance of the ex-governor's teenage son, and then spins off into a series of mysterious arson fires of luxurious Bay Area homes, leaving the owners dead. Evidence seemingly leads nowhere.Meanwhile, lurking in the background, two young men who call themselves Hawk and Pidge are orchest San Francisco Police Detective Lindsay Boxer and her Women's Murder Club friends are back with another mystery that had this reader staying up late and rapidly turning pages.It all begins with the mysterious disappearance of the ex-governor's teenage son, and then spins off into a series of mysterious arson fires of luxurious Bay Area homes, leaving the owners dead. Evidence seemingly leads nowhere.Meanwhile, lurking in the background, two young men who call themselves Hawk and Pidge are orchestrating devastation everywhere they go.But who are these young men? What, if anything, do they have to do with these events? Are they also connected to the disappearance of young Michael Campion? And what does Junie Moon have to do with any of it?Just when I thought I'd seen enough to reach some conclusions, the writers threw a curve ball at the end.I'm a big fan of Lindsay Boxer and her gal pals. In "7th Heaven (The Women's Murder Club)," we also meet her partner Rich Conklin and her boyfriend Joe. There could be some future twists and turns. I can't wait for the next book. Four stars.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    I really love this series and it keeps getting better with each one! In my mind, James Patterson can rarely go wrong in his storytelling. There's always something new going on in his work and twists and turns that I never expected. I especially love following the lives of Lindsay Boxer and her friends, Yuki, Claire, and Cindy. They all bring so much to the story and their characters are really well developed. 7th Heaven is a fast paced story that sucked me in from the first page. California's go I really love this series and it keeps getting better with each one! In my mind, James Patterson can rarely go wrong in his storytelling. There's always something new going on in his work and twists and turns that I never expected. I especially love following the lives of Lindsay Boxer and her friends, Yuki, Claire, and Cindy. They all bring so much to the story and their characters are really well developed. 7th Heaven is a fast paced story that sucked me in from the first page. California's golden boy has gone missing and the police don't have any leads... until an anonymous tip comes it. It sets off a whirlwind investigation and trial that keeps you on the edge of your seat. On top of all that, there's mysterious fires that are killing innocent families. What I loved about this book was that every couple chapters we read from Pidge and Hawk's point of view - and they're the ones setting the fires! It's not easy to figure out who they are or if they have any connection to the Michael Campion disappearance, but its sure interesting to try to find out! I highly recommend not only this book, but this entire series as well! Pagesofcomfort.blogspot.com

  16. 4 out of 5

    Suzy Turner

    This is the first time I've read a James Patterson book. In fact, it's probably the first time I've ever read anything in this genre (crime drama, I'm guessing??!).It was given to me by a friend who assured me I would like it. She had read it, her husband had read it and they'd thoroughly enjoyed it.Well... I guess I did like it but I was surprised by the style. To be honest, I expected something a lot more intricate, if that's the right word. No, it's not really. Something more impressive by a This is the first time I've read a James Patterson book. In fact, it's probably the first time I've ever read anything in this genre (crime drama, I'm guessing??!).It was given to me by a friend who assured me I would like it. She had read it, her husband had read it and they'd thoroughly enjoyed it.Well... I guess I did like it but I was surprised by the style. To be honest, I expected something a lot more intricate, if that's the right word. No, it's not really. Something more impressive by a writer who has sold so many thousands (or millions) of copies. But then, on the other hand, the style is easy to read and straight to the point. In fact, it's a style I prefer. I know, I know, I'm kind of contradicting myself here! I wasn't disappointed with the writing, I just expected something different.I will probably read more James Patterson in the future. This book has certainly opened my eyes to more genres than I usually read so I am grateful for that.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cláudia

    A fast paced read, as usual in James Patterson books, with 2 stories that we don't know if are connected or not - this is one thing that's irritating me in some of Patterson latest books, it seems he's not capable of writing just one story line and so we are pushed from one scenario to another, sometimes a little lost and trying to find a link that most of the times isn't there.The big story here are the arson attacks, and though I found it compelling throughout the book, the ending was a littl A fast paced read, as usual in James Patterson books, with 2 stories that we don't know if are connected or not - this is one thing that's irritating me in some of Patterson latest books, it seems he's not capable of writing just one story line and so we are pushed from one scenario to another, sometimes a little lost and trying to find a link that most of the times isn't there.The big story here are the arson attacks, and though I found it compelling throughout the book, the ending was a little disappointing.As for the real big mystery that follow us all the book, what happened to Michael Campion, that I wasn't expecting. Nice surprise at the end :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Razvan Banciu

    The (almost too...) prolific Mr. Patterson tries to shoot two rabbits using one bullet, by writting a two-in one book: a thriller and a romance opera for girls, but oth faces are quite average. The trial of Junie Moon is risiple, as the prosecutors have no material evidence at all, there are too many coincidental fires and police are poor in catching the pyromaniac who has survived. Three stars, almost too many...

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